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How the puzzle of viral vector vaccines was solved, leading to today’s COVID-19 shots

By Jack Gauldie, Distinguished University Professor, Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine, McMaster University
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Viral vectors are modified viruses that trigger an immune response without causing infection. The vector that’s used in several COVID-19 vaccines was created decades ago by Canadian Frank Graham.

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