Sources: COVID 2021 I — “From K.I.S.S. to In-Excess”

Bibliography

Medical Microbiology, 4th edition. “Chapter 60: Coronaviruses”.

Minnesota Department of Health. 3/29/21. “How mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines Work”.

Dictionary [com]. “mRNA”.

The EU Research & Innovation Magazine. 4/1/20.
“Five things you need to know about: mRNA vaccines”.

RNA Biology. Volume 9; November 2012. “Developing mRNA-vaccine technologies”.

Nature Reviews Drug Discovery. Sahin, U., Karikó, K. & Türeci, Ö. Vol. 13, 759–780 (2014). “mRNA-based therapeutics — developing a new class of drugs”.

Radiation Oncology. Fotin-Mleczek, M., Zanzinger, K., Heidenreich, R. et al. Vol. 9, 180 (2014). “mRNA-based vaccines synergize with radiation therapy to eradicate established tumors”.

Radiation Oncology. Pardi, N., Hogan, M., Porter, F. et al. Vol. 17, 261–279 (2018). “mRNA vaccines — a new era in vaccinology”.

The Journal of Infectious Diseases, Volume 217, Issue 3, 1 February 2018, Pages 451–455. “Modified mRNA-Based Vaccines Elicit Robust Immune Responses and Protect Guinea Pigs From Ebola Virus Disease “.

Molecular Therapy. Volume 27, Issue 4, 10 April 2019, Pages 757-772. “mRNA as a Transformative Technology for Vaccine Development to Control Infectious Diseases”.


Bestest Word
YouTube.com. “How to Read Scientific Articles”.

Liked it? Take a second to support Aldous on Patreon!