Military doctors tout new vaccine to end the Covid-19 pandemic

A candidate vaccine that uses a novel platform and it could be good enough to deal with with existing and emerging variants of SARS-CoV-2 viruses reportedly will be announced soon by researchers at the Walter Reed Army Institute in the United States.

The inauguration could come “within weeks”, according to Dr. Kayvon Modjarrad, director of infectious diseases branch of Walter Reed, who was interviewed from Defense One. According to military publication, the candidate vaccine may offer immunity to disease on a large scale caused from human coronaviruses, including from future mutations.

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The formula uses a novel Spike Ferritin Nanoparticle (SpFN) platform. Ferritins are naturally shaped proteins like globular cells which are normally used by an organism for store iron. Its self-assembly properties have made it’s an interesting tool for nanofabrication applications.

In case of vaccination, the 24 subunits of the protein can be assembled with virus-like protein spikes use attach to living cells before infecting them. Such nanoparticles can be injected to train the immune system system to fight against real virus. With various types of spike proteins included in the same vaccine, can immunize against a wide range of virus, past And future, researchers hope.

by Modjarrad team says it has good expectations about efficacy and other properties of their SpFN vaccine-in-in waiting, after conducting clinical trials with animals. Their latest publication in Science Translational Medicine describes in detail the experiments they conducted on rhesus macaques. From April it is in a separate Phase 1 human trial run.

The challenge with the prove humans, Modjarrad told Defense One, were and . remains to find people who they are still unvaccinated and have never caught Covid-19 for the studies are accurate. He added That his team also wants to evaluate their product “in the real-world placement” with people who have been vaccinated or recovered from the disease.

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