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WHO recognized nine Russian coronavirus vaccines promising

WHO recognized nine Russian coronavirus vaccines promising
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The World Health Organization has included nine Russian developments in the list of promising vaccines against COVID-19. They were represented by three Russian research organizations.

As reported on the site Stopkoronavirus.rf, six developments prepared by the State Scientific Center for Virology and Biotechnology "Vector". Scientists of this center have drugs based on a vaccine against Ebola virus, measles viruses, influenza A, vesicular stomatitis, as well as subunit and mRNA vaccines.

A preparation based on recombinant protein and nanoparticles was created at the St. Petersburg Research Institute of Vaccines and Serums.

BIOCAD has prepared two vaccines: mRNA encapsulated in liposomes and live, based on the attenuated basis of the influenza virus.

According to the WHO on April 23, there are 83 drugs in the world, of which 77 are at the preclinical stage of research, and 6 are undergoing clinical trials in humans.

State Scientific Center "Vector" developed vaccine prototypes from COVID-19, based on six different technology platforms. According to Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova, it is expected that the finished dosage form and a series of vaccines will be ready before May 10.

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