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Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by Phillipa on May 6, 2021, at 9:12:37

I had thought the J&J vaccine would be the safest since none FDA approved. Are my husband and myself the only ones that choice this viral vector one? And does it ever leave your body since seems like it's similar to the flu vaccines? Got it two months ago and wondering if there are any longer term side effects after the initial post vaccination side effects? Thanks Phillipa

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by alexandra_k on May 10, 2021, at 1:22:29

In reply to Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by Phillipa on May 6, 2021, at 9:12:37

https://www.gavi.org/vaccineswork/there-are-four-types-covid-19-vaccines-heres-how-they-work

It's a protein subunit vaccine.

I don't really know.

I still want to know how many people with mRNA vaccines (e.g., Moderna and 'Moderna for the people' aka Pfizer / Biontec have died after having a vaccine and / or have experienced clotting after having a vaccine.

Because you would expect a few (unrelatedly, by chance) but the fact they aren't reporting ANY makes me suspect a cover-up. And why would they want to do a thing like that for??

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by alexandra_k on May 10, 2021, at 3:23:52

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by alexandra_k on May 10, 2021, at 1:22:29

the problem is...

you always get noise mixed in with signal. you always do. and you need to monitor that for a while BEFORE you start 'cleaning your data' or 'amplifying your signal'. It's important. It's the difference between reporting something likely to be true -- and making stuff up.

There would be people who get blood clots regardless of vaccine.

The fact that they aren't reporting ANY CASES OF THAT with moderna / pfizer means...

They've started 'cleaning their data' already?

J&J wasn't allowed to clean it's data...

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how alexandra_k

Posted by Phillipa on May 10, 2021, at 8:48:53

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by alexandra_k on May 10, 2021, at 3:23:52

Alex exactly my thoughts. But remember the ob-gyn in Miami Florida who died after his Pfizer vaccine. They kept saying it would be investigated well where are the results. The government has spent all the money on Mrna. Vaers is supposed to have all the submitted side effects listed that people experienced that got the vaccine sent in themselves. I just haven't looked a lot at that but the first ones listed are Pfizer cause first vaccine to be given emergency use. Phillipa

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by beckett2 on May 12, 2021, at 13:36:21

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how alexandra_k, posted by Phillipa on May 10, 2021, at 8:48:53

Astara-Zeneca has a clotting problem. I don't believe the others available in our countries do.

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by alexandra_k on May 12, 2021, at 16:38:27

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by beckett2 on May 12, 2021, at 13:36:21

i think it is all very politically motivated, what they choose to report.

you would expect a certain number of people to have clotting dysfunction. the base rate.

then you introduce a vaccine and you want to know how many MORE people have clotting dysfuction. to know if the risk of clotting is increased from the base rate.

one person gets clots with J&J and they use that as a reason to halt roll-out and switch to another supplier.

one person (actually more like 3 people) from new zealand get clotting dysfunction and die after having 'moderna for the people' (pfizer) and they proclaim it is 'unrelated to the vaccine' before they have even had time to investigate the issue. do labs. do an autopsy. etc.

i don't think we do those things, anyway. apparently we are still waiting on tox screen for a lady who dies weeks ago where it is possible that her doctor husband slipped a little something something in her tea.

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how alexandra_k

Posted by Phillipa on May 12, 2021, at 17:32:32

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by alexandra_k on May 12, 2021, at 16:38:27

That is what happened to the Miami ob-gyn. Even though his was a bleed in the brain from 0 platelets. That was Pfizer but got swept under the carpet. I hear that The Netherlands is no longer using Astra Zeneca. Same with a guy in Germany I believe is where he lives first dose Astra Zeneca then his second dose is Pfizer so see some Countries are mixing the vaccines now. How is New Zealand doing? Still no cases? Phillipa

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how Phillipa

Posted by undopaminergic on May 13, 2021, at 3:03:50

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how alexandra_k, posted by Phillipa on May 12, 2021, at 17:32:32

> Same with a guy in Germany I believe is where he lives first dose Astra Zeneca then his second dose is Pfizer ...
>

Are you referring to me? I'm further north of Germany.

-undopaminergic

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how undopaminergic

Posted by Phillipa on May 13, 2021, at 9:21:46

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how Phillipa, posted by undopaminergic on May 13, 2021, at 3:03:50

Yes so not Germany What Country are you in? And Does this mean than Astra Zeneca is not being used there anymore. I read a few Scandinavian Countries I think were no longer using the vaccine and just Pfizer. Any truth in this? Thanks Phillipa

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how Phillipa

Posted by undopaminergic on May 13, 2021, at 9:32:04

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how undopaminergic, posted by Phillipa on May 13, 2021, at 9:21:46

> Yes so not Germany What Country are you in?

Nordic. I don't currently want to be more precise here in public.

> And Does this mean than Astra Zeneca is not being used there anymore. I read a few Scandinavian Countries I think were no longer using the vaccine and just Pfizer. Any truth in this? Thanks Phillipa
>

I don't know, I don't follow the news. A lot of what I know about these vaccines came from this very site.

-undopaminergic

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how undopaminergic

Posted by Phillipa on May 13, 2021, at 10:33:52

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how Phillipa, posted by undopaminergic on May 13, 2021, at 9:32:04

That's fine and don't blame you for not disclosing. So you haven't studied the vaccines? I get updates each evening on what is new with each one. Some could copy and paste if there is interest? Phillipa

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how Phillipa

Posted by undopaminergic on May 13, 2021, at 11:32:20

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how undopaminergic, posted by Phillipa on May 13, 2021, at 10:33:52

> That's fine and don't blame you for not disclosing. So you haven't studied the vaccines? I get updates each evening on what is new with each one. Some could copy and paste if there is interest? Phillipa
>

I haven't investigated the vaccines, but I've read about them here in passing, and I've heard bits and pieces from my surroundings. If I needed/wanted to know more, I'm sure Google would help.

-undopaminergic

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by alexandra_k on May 16, 2021, at 23:43:41

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how alexandra_k, posted by Phillipa on May 12, 2021, at 17:32:32

i don't know.

i wrote a thesis in 2018. i know that i am a product of my surroundings etc etc and i pick up my ideas from exposure to various things...

i was saying, though, about the new zealand government's repeated refusal to look after the health of it's people.

i was toying / playing / thinking... i was thinking about whether the greatest source of oppression for the people of new zealand was a local thing or a distant thing.

i mean to say whether the new zealand government was, through maliciousness or greed or whatever... the biggest threat. the biggest stabauteur... of the people of new zealand...

whether people or forces further afield were more likely to be benevolent or malficient. whether the new zealand governments desire not to pay it's workers... to raise many many many gamma babies in substandard and inhumane abusive conditions in order to... coax... train... them into being grateful for whatever tiny scraps the government saw fit to throw them...

thinking though these things...

thinking about information. whether the new zealand government uses information about it's people to furtehr oppress and hold it's people back as hostages. as slaves...

or whether the new zealand government would use information about it's own people to furtehr the interests of the people in kind and benevolent ways in the face of international exploitation.

and i pretty much came to the conclusion that the new zealand government seems to be the worst offender. holding local slaves.

i said about vaccinations... and about how tempting it would be to provide different batches to different people if there was control of the supply chain (if you could control who would get what and when) and use that for.... well... malevolent?? intent?

about how the new zealand governent neded to step up and actually help it's people. show that it was... ethical. humane. good. do the right signalling so we get to do business with people who are comparable.

instead of signalling we are always looking to take the low road of exploitation...

and then covid comes along.

and then vaccinations come along.

and then the district health board members arrange for their friends and family to get the vaccine ahead of their turn.

and then that is documented.

so we know who got their vaccination when. we know who chose to jump the cue. and so on.

maybe itwill lead to them being promoted?

they seem to think that's how the world works.

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by alexandra_k on May 16, 2021, at 23:48:01

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by alexandra_k on May 16, 2021, at 23:43:41

ashley bloomfiled (the director general of health) gets paid around half a million new zealand dollars per year from the government to do his job. no matter who wins the election. he's part of the administration.

he ordered a lockdown of the country. it was unlawful. that is to say he failed to do the things that he was required to do in order to make the lockdown lawful.

teh consequences for him in ordering an unlawful lockdown were...

he was informed what he did was unlawful. that's it. that's the consequence. that is to say there were no consequences.

he said the one thing he regretted was that he didn't keep a diary.

documenting how much money the new zealand government pays him to violate the law with impunity in the course of him doing his job (teh job for which he is paid).

what a joke

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by SLS on May 17, 2021, at 12:04:52

In reply to Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by Phillipa on May 6, 2021, at 9:12:37

Unlike the mRNA vaccines (Pfizer; Moderna), vector-based vaccines (Johnson & Johnson; AstraZeneca), are produced by transplanting a piece of the SARS-CoV-2 DNA that encodes for the coronavirus antigen into a harmless adenovirus (like the common cold). The adenovirus is the vector. The transplanted DNA encodes for a piece of protein that is normally found on the spikes on the surface of the coronavirus. When the vector virus penetrates a healthy body cell, it releases the coronavirus DNA into the main cytoplasm (as opposed to the nucleus). There, the cell is instructed by the DNA to build its own spike proteins and erect them on the surface of its outer cell membrane. This is in contrast to the mRNA vaccines, which instruct the body cell to manufacture the antigen protein, but then releases it into the blood stream instead. With both types of vaccines, the immune system is provoked into producing antibodies in response to the presence of the spike protein antigen.


- Scott

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how SLS

Posted by Phillipa on May 17, 2021, at 23:26:22

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by SLS on May 17, 2021, at 12:04:52

Does the J&J stay in your body forever or like a cold or flu eventually exit your body? The mrna doesn't ever leave your body does it? And since got the J&J what happens if require a booster do you feel by then they will allow mixing of vaccines as would prefer the Pfizer? Thanks for your post Phillipa

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by alexandra_k on May 27, 2021, at 5:37:35

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how SLS, posted by Phillipa on May 17, 2021, at 23:26:22

they think the mrna and dna (from both types of vaccine) are both broken down by the body and removed entirely. they are both only in the body temporarily.

the mrna and dna are (both ultimately) translated into antigens (proteins) which are released from the cell. the spike protein antigens are identified by the t cells and b cells (i forget the precise role of t cells). the b cells make antibodies and also the b cells make more copies of themself (colonal expansion) so that next time the body is exposed to the virus a lot of antibodies can be produced very quickly.

the capacity to produce a lot of antibodies very quickly on exposure is immunological memory. that just is immunity.

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some people have immunity to adenovirus. that means that the way in which the J&J vaccine works (by using adenovirus to help it get into the cell) isn't as effective for some people. some people's body destroys the vaccine before it can do it's work inside the cell. they think that increased immunity to adenovirus is one mechanism resulting in less efficacy for traditional vaccines that use adenovirus as a vector to get inside the cell.

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they are starting to look, now, at how the bodies immune response is more complicated than we thought...

think about banana. how it tastes. then think about 'nature identical' banana flavoring produced in a laboratory. natural biological molecules are very large and very complicated and there are many different 'active' regions, if you like. synthetics just pick out one or two active regions that they think are responsible for most of the effect and they amplify or copy those.

they think that the bodies natural immune response to Covid is actually quite complicated. with antibodies grabbing onto different regions of the spike protein etc. our immunisations aren't as sophisticated or complex. the particular part of the spike protein that they code for...

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how alexandra_k

Posted by Phillipa on May 27, 2021, at 9:02:50

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by alexandra_k on May 27, 2021, at 5:37:35

Alex so then our bodies do not keep these vaccines inside us forever then they are eliminated. Through what mechanism do they leave urine, liver, stool? So if you got a vaccine which type would you chose if had a choice. Since they the medical say these are not actually vaccines but the small pox & polio are how are they different? Phillipa

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by Lamdage22 on May 27, 2021, at 9:53:52

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how alexandra_k, posted by Phillipa on May 27, 2021, at 9:02:50

+1 The body stops producing whatever it produces from the mrna right?

> Alex so then our bodies do not keep these vaccines inside us forever then they are eliminated. Through what mechanism do they leave urine, liver, stool?

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how Lamdage22

Posted by Phillipa on May 27, 2021, at 10:06:59

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by Lamdage22 on May 27, 2021, at 9:53:52

I don't know hoping Alex does know. Phillipa

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by undopaminergic on May 27, 2021, at 11:27:43

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by Lamdage22 on May 27, 2021, at 9:53:52

> +1 The body stops producing whatever it produces from the mrna right?
>

As I understand it:

As the mRNA is metabolised, the cells stops producing whatever protein it encodes.

-undopaminergic

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by alexandra_k on May 29, 2021, at 5:25:36

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by undopaminergic on May 27, 2021, at 11:27:43

um...

usually DNA -> mRNA -> protein.

people-cells have the DNA contained within the nucleus.

The DNA vaccines contain a fragment of DNA (not an entire chromosome or anything like that) and they use the shell of an adenovirus to get inside the nucleus. I think that is the idea. adenovirus is unique. it is the only virus that manages to deliver it's contents into the nucleus. other DNA viruses don't manage to get the DNA into the nucleus, i think. i think that's right. That's why a lot of the research focuses on using adenovirus as a vector to deliver DNA contents inside the cells. Because it can get the contents into the nucleus.

So the DNA vaccines contain a fragment of DNA and an adenovirus shell. I think I read somewhere that the introduced DNA would only likely last in the body up to a couple days or something like that before being degraded. I suppose it would break down into the bases from which is is built. Purines and pyramidines. A. C. T. G.

Now that I say it I wonder why it does degrade rather than persisting like the rest of the DNA that is inside the cell. I suppose regular DNA is wound up into a double helix to protect it when it isn't actively being transcribed into mRNA or being replicated into DNA. I don't know. But they do think that it does degrade and get eliminated by the body.

The adenovirus shell is made from protein. That would break down into aminio acids.

The DNA makes mRNA which is broken down... The spike protein is the end product. The spike protein is released from the cell and antibodies find it and clear it.

So the aim or end goal is the production of an increased population of plasma cells (b cells) that are able to quickly produce antibodies if the virus is detected in the system again. That just is immunity.

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With the mrna vaccines they deliver mrna to the cytosol or cytoplasm. The mrna is translated into protein. Then things are the same from there. I don't think the mrna ones were using reverse transcriptase to make DNA... But either way... the mrna gets broken down into purine and pyramidine bases, again. A. C. U. G. I htink it is thymine being replaced by uricil in mrna...

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I did read recently that the DNA or mRNA that was introduced to the body in the vaccines is degraded within a few days. It persists only really long enough to get into the target location in the cell (the nucleus or the cytosol) and then enough mrna copies are made so that enough spike proteins are made so that enough T cells and B cells are activated so that enough b cells make plasma cells which persist... With the longer-term ability to produce lots of antibodies to spike protein next time the body encounters the virus.

the idea of booster shots is that the population of plasma cells that respond diminishes over time so the immunity isn't as great as we would like. which is to say that if the body encounters the virus it might not be able to mount enough of a response to neutralise it when the virus is busy replicating itself inside the body.

i don't know if this make sense or helps.

i'll try and find the link for the source of the info

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by alexandra_k on May 29, 2021, at 5:42:31

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by alexandra_k on May 29, 2021, at 5:25:36

actually the virus shell will be lipid with spike proteins. but these things are degraded the way they usually are. they don't persist in the body, they don't think.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6274812/

huh. well that's weird. it's saying that DNA vaccines are new technolgy... they are concerned about persistence of DNA as plasmids in animal cells.

hmm...

> Compared with some of the newer, experimental technologiessuch as Modernas mRNA vaccine, which was the first to enter human trials in the USadenoviral vectors are touted as a more tried-and-true approach. J&J calls its adenoviral vector platform a proven technology. While adenoviral vectors have been tested in far more people than mRNA vaccines, the technology is used in only one commercial vaccine today: a rabies vaccine used to immunize wild animals. So far, no adenoviral vector vaccines have demonstrated they can prevent disease in humans.

https://cen.acs.org/pharmaceuticals/vaccines/Adenoviral-vectors-new-COVID-19/98/i19

huh. they think that after having 1 dose of an adenovirus vaccine the body will likely not allow a second because you will have developed immunity to the adenovirus... but the adenovirus is the common cold... which nobody has immunity from. yeah?? so... who knows. hmm...

most of the focus seems to have been a concern to deliver ENOUGH of an immune response.

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Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by alexandra_k on May 29, 2021, at 5:46:07

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by alexandra_k on May 29, 2021, at 5:42:31

I don't know which one I would choose. I don't know of any reason that I find complelling as to why I would be better to choose one over another.

I suppose I might try and stay away from the ones that used Chimpanzees in the making of. On ethical grounds. But I don't know enough about the development and manufacture of other ones to know that they are any better.

 

Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by alexandra_k on May 29, 2021, at 6:01:03

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by alexandra_k on May 29, 2021, at 5:46:07

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/health/johnson-johnson-covid-19-vaccine.html

It sounds like they don't know.

in the J&J and other DNA viruses DNA is delivered into the nucleus. The DNA is a short fragment (not a whole chromosome or anything). It is capable of being translated into mRNA and the mRNA is capable of making a fragment of the spike protein found on the outside shell of Coronavirus which is recognised as an antigen by the body.

I think we don't know how long that DNA fragment lives inside the cells nucleus.

It is capable of doing a 'jumping gene' thing and permanently getting inside the DNA? Maybe. Which cells in particular does the DNA get inside, anyway? All the cells? Or just a few from the respiratory tract... I don't even know that.

Plasmids are a bit different. Bacteria don't have compartments. Their DNA is in the cytoplasm and they make protein from mRNA in the cytoplasm. Animal cells are different where the DNA is contained inside the nucleus and the proteins are made (and folded) in a protected compartment the endoplasmic reticulum...

People don't have plasmids... Little circuluar bits of accessory DNA... I don't know... We don't know..

Likely it is degraded.

I guess they will want to be measuring the blood to see teh levels of spike protein that are being produced by the body to see for how long the DNA is being made into mRNA and protein by the body, anyway. But that doesn't tell us whether or not it has been degraded by teh cell, I suppose. I don't know. LIkely it makes mRNA until it's worn out / degraded. I don't know.


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