Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Italy claims to have made the first vaccine against corona

Italy claims to have made the first vaccine against corona

Researchers in Italy have demanded the creation of an antidote to the global epidemic Covid-19.In a statement to Science Times magazine on Tuesday, the researchers called for the invention of the vaccine. Experts at the Spallanzani Hospital in Rome say they have developed an antidote for corona. It has

Researchers in Italy have demanded the creation of an antidote to the global epidemic Covid-19.

In a statement to Science Times magazine on Tuesday, the researchers called for the invention of the vaccine. Experts at the Spallanzani Hospital in Rome say they have developed an antidote for corona. It has been successfully applied in rats. Success can be achieved by applying it to the human body as well.

After making coronavirus antibodies in rats, the researchers said, they also worked in human cells. Those antibodies made in the body of rats have been able to inactivate the coronavirus in human cells. In it, scientists say, the antidote they make will work well in the human body.

The vaccine is being marketed by Takis, Italy's top pharmaceutical company. Luigi Riccio, the company's chief executive (CEO), told local news agency ANSA that the antidote they have developed is at an advanced stage.

He said that the vaccine made by Italian scientists will be effective in the human body, the signal was found at the Spallanzani Hospital. He thinks it is the world's first candidate vaccine (a vaccine awaiting government clearance) that is capable of keeping the coronavirus away from the human body. The Italian research team thinks the vaccine will be available for testing in the human body this summer.

If the information published by the Italian news agency ANSA is true, then perhaps the first corona vaccine is going to come to the affected countries from Italy. Luigi Riccio added that their research is at an almost final stage at the moment. The US company Linrex is helping them with the technical side.

Researchers have tested the vaccine on rats, which produce corona-resistant antibodies. Five such vaccine candidates (antidotes awaiting government approval) have been able to produce a large number of antibodies. Researchers have determined the best two of these antidotes for approval.

Research is currently underway to develop coronavirus antidotes in several countries around the world, including Germany, the United States and China. Scientists at the University of Oxford are continuing their efforts to develop the vaccine. Earlier, Italy announced the invention of the vaccine.