Oxford coronavirus vaccine found protective in small monkey study
Friday, 15 May 2020 A closely watched coronavirus vaccine being developed by scientists at Oxford University appears protective in a small study of six monkeys, promising findings that led to the start of human trials late last month, U.S. and British researchers reported on Thursday.
Data from biotech company Moderna Inc shows early promising results from their COVID-19 vaccine.
According to Reuters, Moderna's vaccine is the first to be tested in the United States.
Studies showed that it produced protective antibodies in a very small group of healthy volunteers.
The data are...
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