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X-ray-virus-inactivation

Oct 20, 2021

One rapidly advancing approach to virus vaccine creation involves the use of ionizing radiation to inactivate the virus. This works by breaking the genetic material inside the virus while allowing the outer antigenic shell to stay intact.

When injected, early studies have shown that genetically inactivated virus particles can induce an immune response in humans to fight future infections by an active strain of the same virus.

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