Watchman: mRNA Vaccine-Vaccinated Meat From Animals May Soon Be Found in US Food Supplies. Shrimp, Pigs, and Cattle Are Just a Few of the Food Sources Being Targeted by mRNA Gene Therapy Technology–A New Way To Kill

HNewsWire: The range of food sources targeted by mRNA gene therapy technology is growing and now includes shrimp. Through its orally delivered RNA-particle technology, an Israeli firm looking to introduce mRNA vaccines to shrimp farming has raised $8.25 million from a consortium of venture investors to support and enhance animal health in marine species. A biotechnology company called ViAqua developed an RNA-based vaccination that modifies shrimp gene expression via ribonucleic acid interference (RNAi). In RNA interference (RNAi), targeted mRNA molecules are neutralized to prevent the translation or expression of certain genes. The vaccine is a coated feed supplement made to increase resistance to the White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV), a virus that reduces shrimp output worldwide by 15% and results in an annual loss of roughly $3 billion. Every meal containing ViAqua’s coated product may have RNA molecules that suppress…

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