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NIH, Wuhan were working on monkeypox

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Originally uploaded to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4E6cD-VWhQY by Dr. John Campbell Wuhan Institute of Virology published on monkeypox research 3 months ago, NIH also have been researching monkeypox treatment https://reporter.nih.gov/search/sLt357_GeUyXtIUvUOY0MQ/project-details/10506292 Total funding, $9,824,009 The funding supports a clinical trial to identify effective treatments for monkeypox A re-emerging pathogen A disease of epidemic potential Causes significant morbidity and can result in death Human cases have been increasing in sub-Saharan Africa since 2000 Sporadic outbreaks outside of Africa have occurred Similarity between MPXV and the variola virus, coupled with concerns about the potential of the variola virus as a potential bioterrorism agent, have placed monkeypox treatments at the forefront of public health and scientific research agendas in many countries. Article in Virologica Sinica? https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1995820X22000414 Efficient assembly of a large fragment of monkeypox virus genome as a qPCR template using dual-selection based transformation-associated recombination (Feb 2022) Since MPXV infection has never been associated with an outbreak in China, the viral genomic material required for qPCR detection is unavailable. Using viral DNA recombinations Transformation-associated recombination (TAR), to assemble large DNA constructs A 55-kb genomic fragment of monkeypox virus in VL6-48B (yeast cells) What is Virologica Sinica? https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/virologica-sinica/about/aims-and-scope Virologica Sinica, the official journal of Chinese Society for Microbiology, will serve as a platform for the communication and exchange of academic information and ideas in an international context. Discussion section However, this DNA assembly tool applied in virological research could also raise potential security concerns, especially when the assembled product contains a full set of genetic material that can be recovered into a contagious pathogen. Recently, a group of scientists was funded by a biotech company to synthesize a full-length horsepox virus genome and recover it into an infectious virus (Noyce et al., 2018). Not surprisingly, such a controversial achievement has received enormous attention and raised global debate on its biosecurity implications (DiEuliis et al., 2017; Koblentz, 2017, 2018; DiEuliis and Gronvall, 2018). In this study, although a full-length viral genome would be the ideal reference template for detecting MPXV by qPCR, we only sought to assemble a 55-kb viral fragment, less than one-third of the MPXV genome. This assembly product is fail-safe by virtually eliminating any risk of recovering into an infectious virus while providing multiple qPCR targets for detecting MPXV or other Orthopoxviruses (Li et al., 2010). Our world in data monkeypox https://ourworldindata.org/explorers/monkeypox Spain and Belgium ‘gay events’ UK Cases, + 11 = 190 20,000 doses of a smallpox vaccine offered to close contacts of those diagnosed with monkeypox reduce the risk of symptomatic infection and severe illness Dr Rosamund Lewis, WHO It's very important to describe this because it appears to be an increase in a mode of transmission that may have been under-recognised in the past unfortunate if monkeypox exploit the immunity gap left by smallpox 40 years ago there is still a window to close the outbreak


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June 1st 2022  

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9 Comments

Mike_h0

- a month ago  

It isn't an "outbreak" if the numbers are only in the hundreds. Are we living in nothing but a fear-mongering bullshit media crapstorm? Everyone seems really stupid to me and more afraid than logic would dictate is reasonable. If you don't get it from the MSM you get it from the 'alternative' media. I didn't wear a mask when I shopped and I didn't die although I am 70+ and have a compromised immune system to begin with. I did contract a flu back in February 2020 before the insanity took hold and it was not like any other illness. It came on real fast and was vey debilitating. I caught it traveling to Laughlin, Nevada. I'm heading back there again next week - no mask mandate anymore. Why? Because I refuse to live my life in fear.

KDW

- a month ago  

I would love to see a sign in China that reads “this crater is the former site of the Wuhan virology lab.”

tmcom

- a month ago  

Well, l am not going through the last two years again, so basically fuck any travel restrictions, fuck masks and fuck any other crap they come up with!

KDW

- a month ago  

We’re with you.

CatastrophicNE

- a month ago  

Well... unless it turns out to be real. With a 10% infection fatality rate. They'll role one out that is, one of these times. Now that they know they can.

tmcom

- a month ago  

So far they are targeting gay males with this, and no doubt relabel the Covid poison to combat this. Or their narrative is slipping, but they want to get rid of that one from our planet.

Agent007MrBond

- a month ago  

Why all the talk about alleged "viruses", when we already know the fairy tale is debunked by Stefan Lanka in a Supreme Court in Germany? The narrative belief in the "virus" exists only in the minds of some virologists! Read this informative article and you'll understand, that you're trapped in a science fiction mindset: https://truthcomestolight.com/the-monkeypox-story/

CatastrophicNE

- a month ago  

Viruses exist. The Earth is also an oblate spheroid.

BS Detective

- a month ago  

Dr. Campbell makes one mistake early on in the video. He checks the line that says, "A disease of epidemic potential," but reads it as "a disease of endemic potential."