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UQ/CSL knew COVID clamp could sink vaccine – Cowra Guardian

The brains behind the Australian-made COVID-19 vaccine knew they were taking a gamble when they decided to use harmless HIV fragments in their project and it…

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The brains behind the Australian-made COVID-19 vaccine knew they were taking a gamble when they decided to use harmless HIV fragments in their project and it hasn’t paid off.
Future development of the University of Queensland/CSL vaccine has been abandoned, with participants in the phase one trials returning false-positive results for human immunodeficiency virus.
The vaccine candidate was shown to generate antibodies toward its molecular clamp, which comprises two fragments of a protein found in…

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