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The first attempt to use synthetic messenger RNA to make an animal produce a protein was in 1990.
The company uses software developed by another bicycle messenger company that can be tied directly to many restaurants’ online ordering platforms.
We saw this as an extension of our role as public health messengers.
SSRIs increase levels of the chemical messenger serotonin in the brain.
Like the Pfizer-BioNTech shot, it uses messenger RNA technology that teaches the body’s cells to fight off infection.
The technology’s flexibility is that the genetic information—messenger RNA—can easily be rewritten and revised, making it possible to target the latest mutant forms of the virus.
It’s a chemical messenger that is important in craving and rewards.
The vaccines do not contain the coronavirus itself, but rather synthetic messenger RNA that instructs cells to manufacture a protein that looks like the spike protein on the coronavirus.
That messenger RNA, or mRNA, induces the body to produce some harmless spike protein, enough to prime the immune system to react if it later encounters the real virus.
Like Pfizer and BioNTech’s vaccine, Moderna’s is a two-shot regimen based on new technology known as messenger RNA, but it doesn’t have to be stored at the same ultracold temperatures as the Pfizer-BioNTech shot.

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