A recently published study has detected the presence of spike protein in Covid-vaccinated people six months after vaccination and highlights the possibility that Covid spike protein production may never end.
“Remember how we were told that “the vaccine stays in the arm” and that “harmless spike protein is only produced for a couple of days”. They said they were sure of that, despite no data to confirm their statements.” “Well, sadly, it turns out that they lied to us. The data are now in, and it proves such claims wrong,” according to Igor Chudov, author of the article below:
Half of Vaccinated People May Never Stop Producing Spike Protein, Study Finds.
A clever scientific study by Brogna et al., just published, detected the presence of spike protein in Covid-vaccinated people six months after vaccination – and excluded the possibility of cross-contamination of experimental data with wild-circulating Covid infections.
What the Scientists Did
The study’s authors used a sensitive test, called mass-spectrometry to detect a specific amino-acid sequence that exists only in the vaccine-induced spike protein.
To remind my readers, mRNA Covid vaccines contain genetic code to produce the so-called ‘spike protein’, a component of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that allows the virus to penetrate and infect human cells. During the penetration process, called ‘fusion’, the viral spike protein changes shape, becoming a spear of sorts, penetrating the cell surface.