Attempts to vaccinate people through food are gaining momentum

Attempts to vaccinate people through food are gaining momentum

Researchers from the University of California received a grant in the amount of $500,000 from the National Science Foundation for the development of technology that allows you to introduce experimental Vaccines of C0VID-19 mRNA to spinach, salad and other edible plants.

The team of experts on nanobiotechnology is currently working on the successful delivery of DNA-containing MRNA technology Biontech to chloroplasts – part of plants that instructs DNA of its cells to reproduce the vaccine material.

In front of the researchers there is a task to show that genetically modified plants can produce enough mRNA to replace the covers of C0VID, and enter the desired dose in the plants necessary for eating food in order to replace the vaccine.

“Experimental vaccines with mRNA will be edible,” said Juan Pablo Chiraldo, Associate Professor at the Department of Botany and UCR plants, heading research.
“Ideally, one plant would produce enough mRNA to vaccinate one person,” said Hiraldo.
“We test this approach with spinach and salad and set themselves long-term goals so that people grow it in their own gardens, and farmers can occupy whole fields with such plants.”

In one sentence, food poisoning goes full force and everything you buy from the supermarket will be poison.

Millions of people who refuse experimental vaccines will soon be forced to use genina therapy along with food, without being suspected.

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