In recent times, potentially large-scale and quantitatively significant contamination of mRNA vaccines by foreign DNA and plasmids has caused a stir. In this context, the results of a recent scientific report dated April 2023 are worrying. The researchers involved claim to have discovered that “therapeutic transgenes” are incorporated into the human genome with high frequency.
All forms of linear DNA resulted in a high proportion of cells stably transfected – typically between 10 and 20% of cells transfected.
High spontaneous integration rate of end-modified linear DNA during transfection of mammalian cells.
This quote from a paper published in Nature should make you startle and take notice. If the findings were to be adopted 1:1 for the results of contaminated mRNA “vaccination”, it should be assumed that permanent reprogramming of DNA has occurred in a large number of cells in each “vaccinated” individual. This can result in modified genetic material being inherited, and may also significantly increase the risk of developing cancer at some point in one’s life. (It should be noted that the cases of turbo cancer observed after mRNA vaccination could possibly be attributed to some other harmful effect of the mRNA preparations.)
The introduction to the paper describes the problem forcefully:
Gene therapy aims to treat patients with genetic diseases by introducing genetic material into cells to correct defective cell functions. Traditionally, viral vectors such as retroviruses or lentiviruses are preferred as vehicles for gene transfer due to their high transfection efficiency. However, viral vector-based methods raise significant safety concerns regarding the potential integration of DNA into the chromosome of the host cell, which may lead to activation of oncogenes or silencing of tumor suppressor genes. Indeed, there have been several reports of patients developing oncogenesis during early trials of retroviral vector delivery gene therapy. While adeno-associated virus (AAV) vectors show a reduced propensity to integrate, several studies suggest that risk may still exist. Because of this potential risk, the current scope of gene therapy is limited primarily to the treatment of cancer or rare genetic disorders where patients and their caregivers are more likely to accept the risks.
Scientists investigated the ability of different forms of DNA used as gene transfer vehicles to integrate into the DNA of the target organism. Attempts were also made to determine if there were ways to prevent this integration. One common approach is to “end-lock” gene building blocks – like those used in Covid vaccines.
The result of the investigation was that these building blocks also have a very high probability of being integrated into the DNA of mammals, i.e. 10 to 20 percent. The main problem with mRNA “vaccination” is contamination with plasmid DNA that has not been filtered. This is what is best suited to integrate into the genetic structure of large numbers of vaccinated people. “Large numbers” is understood to mean the billions of plasmids that are said to be in the vaccines.
All linear DNA integrated at approximately the same frequency, and while we were able to identify connections between human and plasmid DNA, the ends of the plasmid DNA were far away from the end of the transfected DNA, where it was cut by the restriction enzyme. For linearization. The integration of these different forms of linear DNA suggests that the cell has a mechanism to eliminate unnatural DNA ends and then protect the DNA through integration.
At present it is completely unclear whether these plasmids, which are used to produce mRNA “vaccines”, can be meaningfully and completely isolated from mRNA. If you look at molecular sizes, this is not technically possible, at least based on dimensions – other mechanisms have to be used here. Such filter methods exist, at least in theory; Many documents can be found on them. The health authorities’ qualified control bodies must determine whether they were actually used in practice – the production of billions of vaccine doses in a very short period of time was hastened by an international frenzy. To date, there have been no controls on the manufacturing laboratories and the vaccines themselves.