'Horseshoe blood', the most สล็อตฟรี expensive ingredient in vaccine saves millions of lives
The blood of jellyfish plays an important role in the production of the COVID-19 vaccine. But in order to be sufficient for the global population, large numbers of horseradish are required.
Its bright blue blood contains vital immune cells that are particularly sensitive to toxic bacteria. When these cells encounter an invading bacteria, they coagulate around it. And protect other parts of the body Of poisonous horseradish

Scientists then used these smart blood cells to develop Limulus Amebocyte Lysate (LAL) extracts, which help determine whether vaccines or medical devices are safe from contamination. This technique has been used all over the world since 1970.

And now the world is rushing to find a safer vaccine to fight COVID-19. Which is a viral disease that spread throughout the world More than 100 vaccines have been tested, and many research teams from around the world choose to use the blood of horseradish to test those vaccines. And because millions have to be vaccinated in a very short time. Horseradish plays a crucial role in the development of the COVID-19 vaccine.

But its price is "extremely expensive" because it falls to 60,000 USD per gallon or about 1,801,110 baht!

However, the blood of horseradish is the key to the COVID-19 vaccine. But by doing this, the ecosystem could be affected. Each year, large numbers of horseradish are taken to a lab and bleed for use in experiments.

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Win Watwan, Professor of Zoology, University of New Hampshire 10 to 25 percent of the horseshoe crab will become weak and die within days of being sucked.

Campaigners are calling for a stop to use the blood of horseradish in the experiment, saying it will cause problems for wildlife and ecosystems. The horseshoe crab in the United States is now officially viewed as an endangered species.

While many drug companies now see nothing that can be used as a substitute for the blood, it will need to be used for further experiments. As well as the development of the COVID-19 vaccine. However, it remains to be used to vaccinate millions of people around the world.

Dr. Barbara Brummer, one of the conservation teams in New Jersey. It said it was pushing again to get vaccine companies to turn to alternatives to avoid dependence on these natural sources.

Brummer said, At least 30 vaccine companies must undergo a vaccine testing process using basil blood. He also expressed concern about the impact on the remaining number of hors d'oeuvres as it is an integral part of the ecosystem.