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WHO to transfer mRNA vaccine technology to Biological E

Tags: Science and Technology

The Indian vaccine maker, Biological E has been selected by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to receive mRNA technology from the WHO technology transfer hub.

  • The WHO will help the Indian government and Biological E company in training and will provide support for the company to start producing mRNA vaccines.

  • In future the manufacturing capacity of the Biological E will be used for treatment of HIV, cancer, malaria.

  • Earlier a similar agreement was done by WHO with African countries See 19 February 2022 post).

  • Biological E is Hyderabad based company. It is manufacturing Corbevax vaccine which has been developed by Biological E in collaboration with Texas Children’s Hospital Centre for Vaccine Development and Baylor College of  Medicine, Texas, United States. 

The Vaccine is being used by the Government for vaccinating 12 to 14 age groups.

 World Health Organisation (WHO)

  • The World Health Organisation is a specialised agency of the United Nations which was founded on 7 April, 1948.

  • Every year 7 April is celebrated as “World Health Day”.

  • It was set up to further international cooperation  for improved public health conditions. WHO defines health as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of  disease .”

  • Headquarters of WHO : Geneva , Switzerland 

  • Director General of WHO :  Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus  of Ethiopia.

  • He was elected as WHO director General in 2017 and later re-elected in 2022 for a period of 5 years.

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WHO: World Health Organisation 

mRNA :  messenger ribonucleic acid  (RNA)

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