Now They’re Testing ‘Inhaled Nanobodies’ Against Covid

ER Editor: We’re republishing this story to warn readers that this – inhaled nanobodies – is a real thing. Apparently it’s only at the testing stage. We remind readers that non-vaccinated people getting odd symptoms around the vaccinated, such as bruising and bleeding and altered menstruation for woman, is making doctors wise to this phenomenon speak about ‘transmission’, not ‘shedding’. What is being ‘transmitted’ invisibly to the unvaccinated?

Now we see an actual vaccine technology being developed that we COULDN’T SEE with our own eyes if it were being deployed around us. How would we know?

Notice that the RT report below claims that this technology would be deployed IN ADDITION TO vaccination, not as a substitute for it, except in those who ‘can’t be vaccinated for medical reasons’.

For those wishing to dig a little deeper, here is a paper from 2017 at Science Direct site, titled Nanobodies® as inhaled biotherapeutics for lung diseases. See also this, Two Billion Nanobodies. One Global Pandemic. Go.


Inhaled nanobodies could be new secret weapon against severe Covid cases, animal trials suggest

In search of ways to complement jabs or to treat patients who can’t be vaccinated, scientists have tested inhalable anti-Covid nanobodies on hamsters, saying they’re effective in fighting the virus by targeting its spike protein.

The promising new findings came courtesy of researchers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, marking the first time nanobodies have been tested for inhalation treatment of the coronavirus disease.

Inhaled nanobodies could be new secret weapon against severe Covid cases, animal trials suggest

Nanobodies are similar to monoclonal antibodies, widely used in certain cancer treatments, but are smaller in size and boast a lower cost of production, which may prove key to a global rollout should the treatment gain regulatory approval in future.


The researchers previously identified some 8,000 nanobodies which they whittled down to just one highly effective or “ultra potent” version called Nb21, which they then bioengineered to better slot together with the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein.

Their aerosolized nanobody, named Pittsburgh inhalable Nanobody-21 (PiN-21), is said to have reduced the number of infectious virus particles in the test subject hamsters’ nasal cavities, throats and lungs by a million-fold.

“We are very excited and encouraged by our data suggesting that PiN-21 can be highly protective against severe disease and can potentially prevent human-to-human viral transmission,” said co-senior author Yi Shi.

The study says that hamsters who inhaled PiN-21 at the time of infection experienced no Covid-19 related weight loss, compared to the control group, which received a placebo and lost 16% of their initial body weight within a week of infection. This would be the equivalent to an adult human losing 20lbs (9kg) in one week, it said.

Test subjects who inhaled PiN-21 experienced milder changes in lung structure and severely reduced inflammation following infection than the placebo group.

The researchers were careful to emphasize that the nanobodies work in conjunction with, but are not a substitute for, vaccines. Vaccines help prevent the spread of the virus while the nanobodies help treat those already infected and those who can’t be vaccinated for medical reasons.

Though in its early, preclinical stages, the treatment is said to show significant promise for providing a low-cost therapeutic option to help turn the tide on the global pandemic in humans, though a timeline for human testing has yet to be announced.



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