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volunteers that have started, is immunised with a new UK-Corona-Virus vaccine.
" About 300 people have the vaccine in The Coming weeks, as part of a study, led by Professor Robin Shattock and his colleagues from Imperial College London.
the tests in animals suggest that the vaccine is safe and triggers an immune response.
experts from Oxford University have begun human studies.The Virus , Kathy, 39, is among The First 300 volunteers to participate in this phase of The Trial
"I think it came out not to really know what I could do to help, and that was something I could do.
After This first phase, a further attempt is planned for October, with 6,000 people.
The Imperial team hopes that the vaccine could be distributed in the UK and abroad, from the beginning of 2021.A New Approach
Many of the conventional vaccines are based on weakened or modified form of The Virus , or parts thereof, but of The Imperial vaccine is based on a New Approach , using the synthetic strands of the genetic code, the so-called RNA, which mimic The Virus .
to train the immune system to recognize and combat coronavirus without the development Covid-19.
Because it is only used a small amount of genetic code, in The Imperial vaccine, a little goes a very long way. The Imperial team, said that a litre its synthetic material will be enough to produce two million doses.
These cans were produced in the United States , but later this year, the production of the exchange to UK, so that, if and when it needs to be mass produced, it can here be carried out.
All of the clinical studies, start slowly and reduce wary of safety risks. If the Oxford vaccine began in April, only two volunteers were immunised on The First day. Within a week, 100 were bumped Every Day .
in contrast to the Oxford vaccine that uses a dose, the volunteers on The Imperial study apart to receive two shots, four weeks.
There are More Than 120 Corona Virus vaccines in the early development all over The World . Most of them are never beyond the lab. A further 13 are now in clinical trials: five in China, three in the USA, two in UK, one in Australia, Germany and Russia.
All of the vaccine-teams keen to stress that they are not in a race against each other but against The Virus . If There are enough doses to protect The World , several vaccine-must be approaches to be successful.
Prof Shattock said: "We were able for the production of a vaccine From Scratch and take it to trials with people in just a few months.
"If our concept works, and the vaccination provides effective protection against the disease, it could revolutionize how we respond to outbreaks of diseases in the Future . "Chief investigator Dr Katrina Pollock is hopeful the vaccine will work
Chief investigator for the study, Dr Katrina Pollock, added: "I would not work on this test version, if I do not feel cautiously optimistic that we will see a large immune response in our participants.
"The pre-clinical data looked very promising. We get a neutralizing antibody response that protect the immune response that you would want to from infection. But it is still a long way to go, in order to assess the vaccine. "
The research was funded by £41m to the British government, as well as the £5m from other donations.