...."mRNA vaccines use lab-created mRNA encapsulated within nanoparticles. mRNA vaccines deliver mRNA directly to the cytoplasm.
....Once the mRNA is in the cytoplasm ribosomes translate it, which results in the creation of a protein antigen that triggers an immune response (Schlake, 2012). The mRNA does not enter the nucleus, and therefore cannot be incorporated into the genome.
....Its presence in the cell is transient, and it is quickly metabolized and eliminated via cellular processing mechanisms (Mulligan, 2020). mRNA vaccines do not utilize any element of an organism. Unlike conventional vaccines, which can take months to produce, mRNA vaccines can be created quickly and are more easily scaled because they use an organism’s genetic code."....