Thursday, May 13, 2021

May mRNA Technology Create HIV Vaccine? - Science and Technology 12

Fig 01- Foggy street in the morning.


At previous post, we talked difficulty to develop HIV vaccine:

- Health and Dynamic Life: Why don’t We Have HIV Vaccine yet? - Health and Medicine 22


We did have candidates of HIV vaccine, and had been go through several clinical test in countries such as:

- USA

- Canada

- Australia

- Thailand

- South Africa


The last clinical trial was conducted in South Africa in 2020.


What was the result?


31% efficacy rate only. Far below minimum 50% efficacy rate for any vaccines before injected to human body


Fig 02- Flowers in the corner


Fig 03- Red flower in the garden


The “failed” previous HIV vaccines have applied following “technology” or methods:

- an inactive viral vector which carry genetic material from different strains in the world.

- a synthetic protein which mimic a particle's envelope protein.


Moreover, as we know that Biontech/Pfizer and Moderna use mRNA technology which have efficacy rate above 95%.


Now, scientists have considered to use mRNA technology to create HIV vaccines!


Many scientists believe that we may see the result by the end of this year, and even might be quicker.


Let’s wait and see!

28 comments:

  1. Seria muito útil, para nos livrar também dessa doença.
    Bj

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  2. That would be some great news.

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    1. hope, true come soon....


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      May mRNA Technology Create HIV Vaccine? - Science and Technology 12
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      Fig 01- Foggy street in the morning.

      At previous post, we talked difficulty to develop HIV vaccine:
      - Health and Dynamic Life: Why don’t We Have HIV Vaccine yet? - Health and Medicine 22

      We did have candidates of HIV vaccine, and had been go through several clinical test in countries such as:
      - USA
      - Canada
      - Australia
      - Thailand
      - South Africa

      The last clinical trial was conducted in South Africa in 2020.

      What was the result?

      31% efficacy rate only. Far below minimum 50% efficacy rate for any vaccines before injected to human body

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  3. ...that would be a step in the right direction.

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  4. That's great! Always a pleasure to learn more from you!

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    1. Thanks-
      May mRNA Technology Create HIV Vaccine? - Science and Technology 12
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      Fig 02- Flowers in the corner

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  5. Woow that's great Dear friend! Very informative post.

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  6. HIV is a serious problem, for which there is no vaccine and treatment until now.
    I hope the end of the year a vaccine will be found soon

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  7. Spariamo in bene, ho molta fiducia nella scienza!

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    1. Thanks-
      May mRNA Technology Create HIV Vaccine? - Science and Technology 12
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      Fig 03- Red flower in the garden

      The “failed” previous HIV vaccines have applied following “technology” or methods:
      - an inactive viral vector which carry genetic material from different strains in the world.
      - a synthetic protein which mimic a particle's envelope protein.

      Moreover, as we know that Biontech/Pfizer and Moderna use mRNA technology which have efficacy rate above 95%.

      Now, scientists have considered to use mRNA technology to create HIV vaccines!

      Many scientists believe that we may see the result by the end of this year, and even might be quicker.

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  8. Beautiful flower :)
    Have a nice weekend!

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  9. Thanks for your sharing :) have a lovely weekend...

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    1. Thanks-
      May mRNA Technology Create HIV Vaccine? - Science and Technology 12
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      Fig 01- Foggy street in the morning.

      At previous post, we talked difficulty to develop HIV vaccine:
      - Health and Dynamic Life: Why don’t We Have HIV Vaccine yet? - Health and Medicine 22

      We did have candidates of HIV vaccine, and had been go through several clinical test in countries such as:
      - USA
      - Canada
      - Australia
      - Thailand
      - South Africa

      The last clinical trial was conducted in South Africa in 2020.

      What was the result?

      31% efficacy rate only. Far below minimum 50% efficacy rate for any vaccines before injected to human body

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  10. I am happy to have had my first shot of Moderna.

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  11. There seems to be a lot of Wait and See these days. Hope the research continues.

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  12. Thanks for the update. Maybe more will be done soon.

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    1. Thanks-
      May mRNA Technology Create HIV Vaccine? - Science and Technology 12
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      Fig 02- Flowers in the corner

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  13. Confiemos que pronto haya vacunas para todos.
    Buen fin de semana. Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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  14. I hope the research continues, that would be great.
    Have a nice weekend.

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    1. Thanks-
      May mRNA Technology Create HIV Vaccine? - Science and Technology 12
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      Fig 03- Red flower in the garden

      The “failed” previous HIV vaccines have applied following “technology” or methods:
      - an inactive viral vector which carry genetic material from different strains in the world.
      - a synthetic protein which mimic a particle's envelope protein.

      Moreover, as we know that Biontech/Pfizer and Moderna use mRNA technology which have efficacy rate above 95%.

      Now, scientists have considered to use mRNA technology to create HIV vaccines!

      Many scientists believe that we may see the result by the end of this year, and even might be quicker.

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  15. That would be wonderful! Lovely red flowers.

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    1. Thanks-
      May mRNA Technology Create HIV Vaccine? - Science and Technology 12
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      Fig 01- Foggy street in the morning.

      At previous post, we talked difficulty to develop HIV vaccine:
      - Health and Dynamic Life: Why don’t We Have HIV Vaccine yet? - Health and Medicine 22

      We did have candidates of HIV vaccine, and had been go through several clinical test in countries such as:
      - USA
      - Canada
      - Australia
      - Thailand
      - South Africa

      The last clinical trial was conducted in South Africa in 2020.

      What was the result?

      31% efficacy rate only. Far below minimum 50% efficacy rate for any vaccines before injected to human body

      Delete
  17. Fortunately, HIV has been curbed to some extent, so there is time to work on these specifics. We have to fight Covid on a living organism.

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  18. Hopefully things will be better with more research and testing.
    The flowers are beautiful! Thanks for visiting my blog. Take care, stay safe! Have a happy weekend!

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  19. Very interesting post. Have z nice day :)

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      May mRNA Technology Create HIV Vaccine? - Science and Technology 12
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      Fig 02- Flowers in the corner

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