Ionizable Lipid Nanoparticles in Vaccines: Friend or Foe?

Today, I want to talk about potential effects of ionized lipid nanoparticles used in vaccines to transport cargo, such as viral genomic materials. Let’s start by looking at an excellent review published recently discussing the ranges of side effects that individuals experience from two mRNA vaccine candidates produced by Pfizer and Moderna [1].

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Doris Loh is an ndependent researcher/writer investigating familiar and innovative health topics using unique perspectives in traditional and quantum biology.

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Doris Loh

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Doris Loh is an ndependent researcher/writer investigating familiar and innovative health topics using unique perspectives in traditional and quantum biology.

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