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Everything from molecular structure to freezer distribution involved ML, says tech chief
GTC AI algorithms were involved in every step of the way to design and deliver Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine and antiviral tablets to hundreds of millions of people as coronavirus spread around the world.…
A Seattle biopharmaceutical company sued India-based Emcure in Washington federal court on Monday, claiming the generic-drug maker stole its secrets for a new COVID vaccine with a proprietary mRNA platform and should pay more than $950 million in damages.
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An inhalable aerogel loaded with DNA that encodes for the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein successfully induces an immune response against COVID-19 in the lungs of mice. The scientists said its aerogel could be used to create an inhalable vaccine that blocks SARS-CoV-2 transmission by preventing the virus from establishing an infection in the lungs.
A new approach to send ‘friendly’ nano-particles into a patient’s blood stream has shown promising results by modifying the surface of these potential drug, vaccine or cancer treatment delivery objects to encourage the best result.