A team from mit have developed a vaccine that can create a strong immunity against most dangerous infections from the flu to the Ebola virus. About the opening of the talks publication Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The vaccine creates protective barrier against Toxoplasma, Ebola and swine flu. The preparation consists of molecular strands of RNA, with information on pathogens of viral and bacterial proteins. These data, once in the body, forcing it to develop its own antibodies against threat agents.
RNA vaccine is very different from existing vaccines. The use of threads allows the RNA to produce a strong immunity in only 10 days, whereas protection with the introduction of many modern vaccines are created for several months or even years.