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Indian Biotech In mRNA Push As COVID-19 Vaccine Moves To Phase II

Comparative Trials Against Covishield

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Gennova Biopharma’s mRNA ambitions are taking wing as its HDT Bio-partnered self-amplifying vaccine moves to Phase II. Notably, the company will have to prove superiority to AstraZeneca/Serum Institute’s Covishield in what appears to be the first comparative study for a COVID-19 vaccine candidate in India, Scrip learns.

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