Significant progress made in new COVID-19 vaccine developed by the team of Prof Salanti
STOCKHOLM, Jan. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- On Tuesday January 12th, in Nature Communications, strong preclinical results for a new COVID-19 vaccine, developed by the team of Prof. Salanti from University of Copenhagen, ExpreS2ion Biotech, its joint venture partner AdaptVac and the PREVENT-nCoV consortium, was published. Based on these results, a clinical trial application (CTA) for a clinical Phase I/II study for the COVID-19 vaccine has been submitted.
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