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Straight Talk with Frank Sweeny MD
Had a great talk with Frank Sweeny MD on this topic. We touched on some work from, and from
One thing we have resolved since this cast was recorded is the nature of the SV40 72bp tandem repeat. This was sorted out and is now known to exist in all Pfizer vials. Both monovalent and bivalent vaccines have it. Our preliminary work was struggling to assemble this 72bp tandem repeat and created an artifact we have now resolved. This is discussed in our Preprint.
I’ve also been assuming that these plasmids would not persist in humans without antibiotics being present in the patients. This paper was a humbling reminder not to make such assumptions.
They detected the evidence of plasmids in lab staff for weeks to months. These plasmids encoded a codon optimized C19 nucleocapsid in a vector that has many similarities to the vaccine plasmids. Perhaps this was an attempt at making a nucleocapsid vaccine? What was surprising if the number of staff that were colonized and the fact that it appeared to spread to one of the labs staffs room mates.
Its unlikely all of these lab staff were on antibiotics. So these plasmids persisted for weeks to months in people handing these E.coli BL2 labs. The lab staff were all asymptomatic and the colonization likely harmless but it was triggering C19 PCR false positives. This was a small lab. Pfizer or Moderna making billions of vaccines with spike encoded plasmids likely colonized their staff as well. Did any of those staff have spike produced through bactofection of E.coli?
Franks PodCast is here: https://straighttalkmd.com/episodes/kevin-mckernan