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The tangled history of mRNA vaccines and their use for Covid-19 vaccinations

Manwon Lender

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For more than a year I have been listening to forum members make a number of nonsensical, uneducated, totally false claims claims that mRNA Vaccines are experimental and there is no way to determine what long term effects it will have on humans. The article in this thread completely breaks down the history and the development of mRNA Vaccine which started in the 1960s with a major breakthrough occurring in 1987. Hopefully this thread will clear up the fear, panic, and utter misinformation being spread by some people who have no idea what they are claiming!

Oh and by the way for those who are still unable to grasp these vaccines, in the very near future all vaccines will be mRNA!:yes:

In late 1987, Robert Malone performed a landmark experiment. He mixed strands of messenger RNA with droplets of fat, to create a kind of molecular stew. Human cells bathed in this genetic gumbo absorbed the mRNA, and began producing proteins from it. Realizing that this discovery might have far-reaching potential in medicine, Malone, a graduate student at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California, later jotted down some notes, which he signed and dated. If cells could create proteins from mRNA delivered into them, he wrote on 11 January 1988, it might be possible to “treat RNA as a drug”. Another member of the Salk lab signed the notes, too, for posterity. Later that year, Malone’s experiments showed that frog embryos absorbed such mRNA2. It was the first time anyone had used fatty droplets to ease mRNA’s passage into a living organism.

But the path to success was not direct. For many years after Malone’s experiments, which themselves had drawn on the work of other researchers, mRNA was seen as too unstable and expensive to be used as a drug or a vaccine. Dozens of academic labs and companies worked on the idea, struggling with finding the right formula of fats and nucleic acids — the building blocks of mRNA vaccines.

The tangled history of mRNA vaccines: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-02483-w

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2 hours ago, and then said:

For those who still try to say he didn't "invent" these types of vaccines:

9 Patents tend to deflate that claim...


Ok what does this have to do with this thread I give!:lol: I am aware That Robert Malone made the breakthrough in mRNA, in the late 1980s using Frog Cells to except the package, so there is no doubt that Alex Berenson  is an idiot!:yes:

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