This is our vaccine's story from research to production
"Bri", alludes to the Hebrew word for health, "briut,", "iL" alludes to Israel, and "life" speaks to the importance of the vaccine. The name of the institute, IIBR is also hidden there with pride.
An important milestone was completed.
To estimate the risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission to humans by surface contact, we examined the stability of the virus on variety of surfaces, typical of urban environment or patient environment. We used PCR to detect the virus, tissue culture based growth test to determine virus viability and ability to infect new host. At room temperature, SARS-CoV-2 gradually loss its viability and decay completely at day 4. The decay rate increases at higher temperatures...............
IIBR research and development concerning environmental sciences ranges from numerical modeling to laboratory and field experiments in the areas of meteorology and atmospheric contaminants. IIBR has developed capabilities that enable detection and identification of hazardous materials, weather and dispersion prediction, physical protection and evaluation of potential risks.
IIBR's latest Scientific Publications in the fields of biology, chemistry and the environmental sciences.
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