“Vaccines do not contain nanoparticles, and the conspiracy that these nanoparticles can self-assemble is lunatic freakish frenzy,” they said
Quote from the article:
“The first generation of COVID-19 vaccines have been highly effective, but also have limitations: their efficacy can wane without a booster shot, and they may be less effective against some variants. Now scientists at The Wistar Institute have developed a more targeted vaccine that, in animal studies, shows stronger, broader, and more durable protection in a single, low dose.
The vaccine combines three technologies—immune focusing, self-assembling nanoparticles, and DNA delivery—into a single platform for the first time. In addition to its other advantages, the vaccine could be stored at room temperature, making it potentially easier to transport to remote or developing locations than existing mRNA vaccines, which require specialized cold storage.”
I clearly do remember when the narrative was that there are NO nanoparticles, and that the idea of their self-assembly was treated as a conspiracy…