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Bioinformatics analysis links type 1 diabetes to vaccines contaminated with animal proteins and autoreactive T cells express skin homing receptors consistent with injected vaccines as causal agent
by Vinu Arumugham
Autoimmunity against glutamate decarboxylase (GAD) has been associated with type 1 diabetes. GAD65 (65kDa) and GAD67 (67kDa, to a lesser extent) are involved in type 1 diabetes.
Following an anecdotal report of type 1 diabetes diagnosis a few weeks after measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine administration, MMR vaccine contents were examined. Major proteins in the vaccine apart from the measles, mumps and rubella live viruses were chicken embryo cell culture proteins.
GAD65 and GAD67 are expressed during chicken embryogenesis.
GAD65 Gallus gallus (chicken) protein sequence was obtained from Uniprot.
BLASTP was used to determine homology to human GAD65.
GAD65 protein comparison between human and chicken reveals 95% sequence homology as shown below.
The results above provide strong evidence that chicken embryo cell culture proteins in the MMR vaccine can cause the development of antibodies against chicken GAD65 which cross-react with human GAD65 protein to cause type 1 diabetes.
This is very similar to the Pandemrix vaccine causing narcolepsy.
Vaccine design and safety processes have fundamental problems that need to be immediately addressed to avoid such devastating consequences.
Read the full study here.
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