Vaccine Army Develops Covid Against All Variants

Including Omicron, SARS, and future variants of Covid. Vial of SpFN. Just when we were about to be crushed by the avalanche of omicron and the stupidly of the antivaxxers, the Army develops a super.
The vaccine was developed at the Army’s Walter Reed Hospital and is now undergoing clinical trials. It could spell the end of the endless pandemic.

The human trials slow down somewhat because the researchers found it difficult to recruit volunteers who neither vaccinate nor Covid. Attach a Rho spike to the substrate and roll out a new that still protects against all the previous variants.

The vaccine, Spike Ferritin.

Nanoparticle (SpFN), has been under development for two years. Early on the scientists at Walter Reed decided to take a radically different approach to developing a platform for future coronavaccines. They created a nanoparticle substrate that they could attach different spikes to, like lego blocks. Not develop a new, but attach another spike to the already in production, adding another peripheral to your computer.


You want against the Rho variant of Covid? Attach a Rho spike to the substrate and roll out a new that still protects against all the previous variants. It has the potential to be used against other coronaviruses like the common cold. The human trials slow down somewhat because the researchers found it difficult to recruit volunteers who neither vaccinate nor Covid. Attach a Rho spike to the substrate and roll out a new that still protects against all the previous variants.

The accelerating Vaccine

Emergence of human coronaviruses throughout the past two decades and the rise of SARS-CoV-2 variants. Including most recently Omicron, underscore the continued. Need for next-generation preemptive vaccines. That confer broad protection against coronavirus diseases. Attach a Rho spike to the substrate. Roll out a new that still protects against all the previous variants.


Our strategy has been to develop a ‘pan-coronavirus’ vaccine technology that could potentially offer safe, effective and durable protection against multiple coronavirus strains and species.

Dr. Kayvon Modjarrad coinventor of the vaccine: US Army

SpFN has undergone animal trials against SARS and has shown a strong antibody response. Human clinical trials began in April. The human trials slow down somewhat because the researchers found it difficult to recruit volunteers who neither vaccinate nor Covid. Attach a Rho spike to the substrate and roll out a new. That still protects against all the previous variants.
In a few weeks, Dr Modjarrad expects to announce preliminary results of the human trials.


And if that was not enough, the scientists are working on a second that uses smaller portions of the spikes. It has an even longer name, Spike Receptor-Binding Domain Ferritin Nanoparticle (RFN). If it proves out, it could be an even more robust and effective vaccine.
Attach a Rho spike to the substrate and roll out a new that still protects against all the previous variants.
I placed an order with Amazon this evening for a 3M N100 mask. It filters out over 99% of particles. Very worry, but I’m not giving up. He is damn well surviving this thing, thrive even.


Then partner told me about the Walter Reed vaccine.

I feel joy that we can beat the endless pandemic with just a shot every few months. If the Army developed it, maybe even the stupid will line up for a shot. Attach a Rho spike to the substrate and roll out a new. That still protects against all the previous variants.

References

Series of preclinical studies supports the Army’s pan-coronavirus development strategy. US Army
SARS-COV-2-Spike-Ferritin-Nanoparticle (SpFN). With ALFQ Adjuvant for Prevention of COVID-19 in Healthy Adults. Attach a Rho spike to the substrate and roll out a new. That still protects against all the previous variants.
US Army Creates Single Effective Against All COVID & SARS Variants, Researchers Say — Defense One