Deadly Virus Corona Drug Ready | it will be released to market within a week |

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Deadly Virus Corona Drug Ready, it will be released to market within a week
Deadly Virus Corona Drug Ready, it will be released to market within a week

Deadly Virus Corona Drug Ready| it will be released to market within a week |

These potential vaccine products help boost the immune system in the human body to kill cells that harbor coronavirus. Dr. Seema Mishra has designed these vaccines with computational software to immunize the entire population using immunoinformatics. Powerful computer techniques have helped Dr. Seema to develop a potential vaccine in just 10 days. Otherwise, it would take 1.5 years to find the vaccine,  said.

No harm to the human cell

Coronavirus vaccine sequences are assigned based on the effectiveness of triggering the immune response. The immune response applies only to viral proteins. It does no harm to human proteins. This is because these corona viral epitopes do not harm to human cells. Dr. Seema said that viral peptides are incompatible with the human protein pool.

Pending trial

A possible vaccine for the coronavirus has been discovered. However, Dr. Seema Mishra, who says there is a need for clinical testing for vaccine confirmation, can use the KMRXIV preprint platform to make the vaccine available to the scientific community for immediate clinical evaluations. As more investigation into potential vaccine products is needed, some time may be needed to find the drug. Dr. Seema Mishra said that in the present situation a social gap is a protective option against coronavirus.

The team that discovered the vaccine for Ebola

The Oxford VV team has had the experience of discovering the Ebola vaccine found in West Africa in 2014. “It’s a bigger challenge than Ebola,” said Professor Adrienne Hill, director of the Jenner Institute in Oxford. The 18- to 55-year-old health screening began Friday and will be followed by a clinical trial in the Thames Valley Region, England. Doctors say the clinical trial can help study the effects of the vaccine.

 

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