London: Researchers at the University of Oxford are looking for over 500 healthy volunteers to test if their vaccine, called ‘ChAdOx1 nCoV-19’, can prevent the novel coronavirus. The team at Oxford will enroll healthy volunteers aged between 18-55, who, if pass screening, will be the first humans to test the new vaccine, the university said in a statement on Friday. The trial, a collaboration between the university’s Jenner Institute and Oxford Vaccine Group clinical teams, will recruit up to 510 volunteers, who will receive either the ‘ChAdOx1 nCoV-19’ vaccine or a control injection for comparison. Untitled Carousel China starts trial for vaccineChina has started the first phase of a clinical trial for a novel coronavirus vaccine, records show, as the world’s scientists race to find a way to combat the deadly pathogen. It comes after US health officials said last week they had started a trial to evaluate a possible vaccine in Seattle. The trial has been approved by UK regulators and ethical reviewers. Researchers are working as quickly as possible to get the vaccine ready to be used in the trial, which includes further preclinical investigations and production of a larger number of doses of the vaccine. Interested individuals… Read full this story
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