The laboratory study lasted three weeks. "There are still a number of tests to ensure that the vaccine-candidate is safe and that create an effective immune response, but the technology and the dedication of our researchers that want to witness that the first hurdle has been passed," said Peter høj lead the chase, the vice-chancellor and president of the university of australian. And' him to explain how the Cepi (Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, the international organization that oversees the development of research in vaccines, and that has its headquarters in Norway), has asked the help of the University of Queensland because it has the technology needed to produce one "within six months".
The scholars have said that the first investigations were "as expected" and that the material created has the properties that allow the team to proceed with the development of the vaccine.
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