mRNA Vaccine and the Brain: A Recap and Update

Can the lipid nanoparticles carrying (Covid-19) mRNA vaccine really cross the blood-brain barrier? No, it’s not designed to.

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A few researchers have previously raised the hypothetical concern of the Covid-19 mRNA vaccine, encapsulated in lipid nanoparticles (LNPs), entering the brain, given that LNPs can…

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Decoding the microbial angle to health and the microbial world.

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Aiming to improve scientific literacy in this age of information overload and mis/disinformation, especially on controversial and polarizing topics.

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