(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Italian scientists recently published a study that showed that there is the presence of spike protein in people who got the COVID-19 vaccine — six months after vaccination.
To test their hypothesis, the study’s authors used mass-spectrometry, a sensitive test that can detect a specific amino-acid sequence that exists only in the vaccine-induced spike protein, the Daily Sceptic reported.
“Experimental design: Mass spectrometry examination of biological samples was used to detect the presence of specific fragments of recombinant Spike protein in subjects who received mRNA-based vaccines.”
To make sure that their finding is not spurious, the scientists included a control group of people who never took the jab.
“The study group… was 40 subjects: 20 were vaccinated with the full cycle of mRNA vaccine as of April 2022, and 20 were unvaccinated with negativity for COVID-19 to nasopharyngeal test and with no titer of any antibodies. Other 20 unvaccinated persons were added that were positive for COVID-19,” the study said.
After looking at the three groups, the scientists discovered that only the people in the vaccinated subgroup were found to carry vaccine-derived spike protein. On top of that, vaccine spike protein was found as late as six months after the last dose.
The scientists never mentioned in the study that spike protein production ends after 187 days – the upper limit on time after vaccination was an artifact of the study design.
Additionally, the news source raised the question of whether the COVID-19 vaccine would become a part of human DNA after noticing that the study said that it is “possible that the mRNA may be integrated or re-transcribed in some cells.”
The so-called reverse transcription, that is, vaccine mRNA becoming part of the human DNA genome in some affected cells, was demonstrated in in-vitro experiments. That means that it is possible that the spike protein production in people who got the coronavirus vaccine would never end.