An Italian study published on 31 August 2023 titled “Detection of recombinant Spike protein in the blood of individuals vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2: Possible molecularmechanisms” by C. Brogna et al has found that some of the vaccinated still have vaccine-induced spike proteins about six months after vaccination.
The study group, from southern Italy, was 40 subjects, 20 were vaccinated with the full cycle of mRNA vaccine as of April 2022, being part of the health sector, and 20 were unvaccinated with negativity for COVID-19 to nasopharyngeal test and with no titer of any antibodies. Other 20 unvaccinated persons were added that were positive for COVID-19.
The researchers obtained the following results using mass spectrometry to examine the blood samples:
The specific PP-Spike fragment was found in 50% of the biological samples analyzed (Figures 1C–E and 2). This presence was independent of the SARS-CoV-2 IgG antibody titer. … The minimum time PP-Spike was detected was 69 days after vaccination, while the maximum time was 187 days. All controls (samples from unvaccinated individuals) were negative. The control group (20 unvaccinated people) was also tested after contracting COVID-19 and was negative for PP-spike.
In other words, half the vaccinated have spike proteins two to six months after administration but the unvaccinated, even if they have been infected, do not. Also, the paper does not explicitly state how long after the 187 days the spike proteins remain.
The researchers can present the numbers in a clearer fashion but one gets the idea.
As for “possible molecular mechanisms of persistence of ‘Spike PP’, the researchers have three hypotheses, the first being that “[i]t is possible that the mRNA may be integrated or re-transcribed in some cells”.
I am not a doctor but that is just a semi-technical way of stating that the vaccine mRNA, contrary to the claims, can write its code into the recipient. This in turn means that these vaccinated individuals can potentially keep on producing spike proteins. Well, that’s convenient.
Note: The above caption is simply a reproduction of what is on the paper but I think the authors have got D and E the wrong way around.
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