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(Guardian)   Isn't this how Resident Evil started?   (theguardian.com) divider line
    More: Scary, Immune system, T-cells, clinical trials of a second-generation vaccine, T-cell vaccines, current vaccines, Antibody, brainchild of Prof Thomas Rademacher, prime T-cells  
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2021-11-15 7:51:22 AM  
Is there a Mr T cell version?
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2021-11-15 8:18:10 AM  

Merltech: Is there a Mr T cell version?
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"I pity the fool who doesn't get the vaccine!"
 
2021-11-15 8:35:19 AM  
They don't go into detail how the thing is priming/creating T-cells, but interestingly this predates the Pandemic. How do I know?  This interview from three years ago.  Which I haven't watched through yet, so maybe it explains (in a more generic, non-Covid specific way, obviously).

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2021-11-15 9:36:07 AM  
Oh look at the cool new vials
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2021-11-15 10:23:05 AM  
Resident Evil started with the Progenitor virus found in a jungle flower found in Africa, which got merged with Ebola RNA for the infectivity rate and leech DNA so the infected didn't die, but became cannibalistic instead.
 
2021-11-15 1:37:56 PM  
I thought Resident Evil started with a bum-belch in a Toronto shawarma shop?
 
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