From the study abstract: "The recombinant protein that contains only the ACE2 receptor-binding domain of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein S1 subunit (Arg319 – Phe541), on the other hand, did not cause this activation." Am I right that it is in fact this is the protein that the vaccines cause cells to manufacture? If so, that would tend to reinforce the safety of them.

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Alan Vaughan

Alan Vaughan

Writer and laboratory informatics expert. BS in Journalism from Virginia Commonwealth University, and has authored a number of published articles and books.

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