Here’s a question that we should have answered before rolling out mRNA vaccines to billions of people:

Can they interfere with a cell’s natural RNA?

Types of RNA in the cell
Cells naturally contain many different types of RNA. Some are in the form of mRNA, or messenger RNA, otherwise known as “transcripts.” These get translated into proteins; they “code” for proteins.

There is also “non-coding RNA” which refers to RNA that does not get translated into protein. There are different types of non-coding RNA, and we don’t understand what all of them do. Some may be familiar to you, like transfer RNA and ribosomal RNA, but others have only been recently discovered.

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