Mutation Quirk In NRx’s COVID-19 Vaccine Asset Could Help Fight VOCs
The firm’s live-virus COVID-19 vaccine candidate BriLife is entering a late-stage study following Phase II success, sparking hopes that its spontaneous mutations could parallel those of VOCs.
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