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What Is mRNA?


What is mRNA? How Pfizer and Moderna tapped new tech to make coronavirus vaccines

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目前用于制造疫苗的有两种RNA,非复制型 non-replicating mRNA和自我扩增型 self-amplifying mRNA。 Chien in 2010 and is headquartered in Cambridge, MA.

新的技术 近年来,不同的mRNA疫苗平台在免疫原性和药效方面均取得巨大进展。 The "life cycle" of an mRNA in a cell.

That suggests but doesn't prove that fully vaccinated people are five times less at-risk of getting COVID-19, and translates to a vaccine effectiveness of 96 percent.

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FACT: The mRNA technology behind the new coronavirus vaccines has been in development for almost two decades.
Its data was whittled down to 1,843 participating nurses, doctors and hospital staff, all of whom were likely exposed to COVID-19 on the job.
The refrigeration conditions may have to do with how the mRNA was manufactured and stabilized, Cannon said, though those precise details are proprietary to the companies.

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    In molecular biology, messenger ribonucleic acid ( mRNA) is a single-stranded molecule of RNA that corresponds to the genetic sequence of a gene, and is read by a ribosome in the process of synthesizing a protein.
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