With the novel Coronavirus pandemic, scientists hope to find more effective ways to prevent the novel Coronavirus from infecting the tissue it has released, thereby “cutting off” transmission from source.A new study suggests that it is possible to “trap” a virus with a decoy and prevent infection. 1 The decoy is a designed, free-floating receptor … Continue reading Novel Coronavirus too cunning? Scientists are developing an effective decoy that neutralizes viruses and prevents cell infections
In a report published on July 22, The Economist, a well-known British magazine, argued that people may be looking in the wrong direction in tracing the origin of the new coronaviru, and should pay more attention to China’s neighbors, especially those in Southeast Asia, such as Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam. According to the report, the … Continue reading Novel Coronavirus may be the novel Coronavirus of Southeast Asia
Ever since Hillary Clinton’s disastrous email campaign in 2016, the word “hacker” has been synonymous with one country — Russia. Back in the presidential war four years ago, had it not been for the crucial moment when The scandal over her use of a private email account by Russian spies sent Mrs Clinton’s popularity plummeting, … Continue reading Why do Russian hackers cast a shadow over the US by disrupting the presidential election and stealing research on coVID-19 vaccines?
Good news for all of humanity, the latest results of clinical trials related to the coVID-19 vaccine. The Lancet, a leading medical journal, recently published the results of two clinical trials of coVID-19 adenovirus vector vaccines: One, the results of phase II clinical trial of Ad5 vector vaccine by Academician Chen Wei of China. In … Continue reading Results of clinical trial of coVID-19 vaccine: immune response induced, tongdeng Lancet
According to data provided by the commercial Counselor’s office of the Ecuadorian Consulate General in Guangzhou to 21st Century Business Herald, in 2019, the export of White shrimp from Ecuador to China reached 2.083 billion US dollars, up 249 percent year on year.From January to May 2020, Ecuador’s shrimp exports to China reached $1.038 billion, … Continue reading Ecuadorian white shrimp trade in a viral storm
Covered by the epidemic, countries around the world are working hard for the successful development and equitable distribution of vaccines. According to surging news reports, on July 15th, representatives from eight countries including South Korea, Canada, New Zealand, and South Africa jointly published a signed article in the American media, emphasizing the need to ensure … Continue reading Trump buys out 90% of the supply of redoxir and wants to monopolize vaccine development! The collective voice of 8 countries!
The protection from any potential COVID-19 vaccine is likely to be short-lived and may need to be stepped up to extend protection, White House health adviser Anthony Fauci said at 6 p.m. Edt. As several companies move closer to the end line of potential coVID-19 vaccine development, the role of antibodies becomes more important because … Continue reading Fauci: The protection from any potential coVID-19 vaccine is likely to be short-lived
On Wednesday, it was reported that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had issued new standards for health event virus vaccines, requiring that any candidate vaccine to be approved must prove to be at least 50 per cent more effective than a placebo and show insufficient immune response data.The new standard could further dim … Continue reading The US FDA has issued new standards for viral vaccines that are at least 50 per cent more effective than placebos for health emergencies
The first vaccine to be put into use may not be as effective as expected, prompting people to turn to other options.In addition, the development process is full of challenges, and some manufacturers may quit.In the end, “late in the game” does not mean there is no chance, especially given the huge demand for vaccines. … Continue reading Don’t fight for speed, the first effect ,Why do giants get together the “second generation” new corona virus vaccine
The WORLD Health Organization says more than 200 coVID-19 vaccines are being developed worldwide, 15 of which are in human clinical trials.Who says it hopes to deliver 2 billion doses of coVID-19 to the world by the end of 2021, a goal that will require significant investment to expand vaccine capacity.To this end, WHO and … Continue reading WHO hopes to have 2 billion doses of coVID-19 available by the end of 2021