Work is underway on a new COVID-19 vaccine. It is conducted by German scientists from the Paul Ehrlich Institute together with researchers from Munich and Vienna. As they say, the technology for the COVID vaccine is significantly different from other preparations.

New Coronavirus Vaccine. The Germans changed technologySource: Pixabay

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Work continues on more COVID vaccines. One of them is run by Germany from the Paul Ehrlich Institute with researchers from Munich and Vienna.

Germany. New Coronavirus Vaccine

According to researchers from Germany, the technology for developing the aforementioned COVID vaccine is significantly different from other preparations.

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“This is a new type of targeted vaccine that works differently from the vaccines already used by AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson and Sputnik V,” Frankfurter Rundschau reported.

COVID-19 vaccination. Annoying poll. Comments by Bartosh Arłukowicz

According to the journal, the new COVID vaccine is based on the vesicular stomatitis virus, while the antigen aims to stimulate the body’s immune response and stimulate the immune response to the virus in vaccinated people, It does not consist of complete spike proteinBut only a part of it.

Spike protein antigen is delivered to the body, and it is not produced in the body after preparation, as is the case with other COVID vaccines.

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Germany and an innovative COVID vaccine. Rat tests

The Germans have already tested the new COVID vaccine in mice, and the results of the study are published in the journal Plos Pathogens.

According to scientists from the Paul Ehrlich Institute, a single dose of the innovative COVID vaccine significantly increased the number of antibodies that neutralize the effects of the coronavirus.

The study showed that administering the mice COVID vaccine was to protect the animals with “very high efficacy against symptomatic infection.”

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