(Chesterfield Mo) Pfizer, a Missouri based company, continues its attempt to create a vaccine to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The vaccine uses Messenger RNA technology to create antigens that cause the immune system to fight the virus and create antibodies.
Pfizer’s role in the MRNA development starts the process.
Pfizer vice president Christine Smith explains.
The template then moves around to complete the process.
The Chesterfield plant plays another large role in the process.
The vaccine would have to be approved by the proper agencies if it seems to work.
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