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The New York Times May 5, 2021

This New Covid Vaccine Could Bring Hope to the Unvaccinated World

by Carl Zimmer

The German company CureVac hopes its RNA vaccine will rival those made by Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech. It could be ready next month.

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Vaccine FEBRUARY 22, 2021

Proof-of-concept of a low-dose unmodified mRNA-based rabies vaccine formulated with lipid nanoparticles in human volunteers: A phase 1 trial

C Aldrich et al

Two 1 μg or 2 μg doses of CV7202 were well tolerated and elicited rabies neutralizing antibody responses that met WHO criteria in all recipients, but 5 μg had unacceptabl …

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