“Moderna’s Covid injection — which has been administered more than 121 million times since the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) granted it an emergency use authorisation in December — includes 10 ingredients,” Factcheck.org wrote in May 2021, “it uses an ingredient called SM-102 to deliver the mRNA.”
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If you don’t want what the SM-102 is – this article and Jessica Rose will help you understand.
SM-102 is a lipid that you can order online for laboratory use. It is referred to as an ‘ionisable amino lipid’.
The first thing that any good ‘chemist’ does when ordering a new ‘chemical’ is to check out the Material Safety Data Sheet (“MSDS”) safety sheet.
This lipid is listed as having the following hazards: flammable in liquid and vapour form, acute toxicity if swallowed or inhaled, hazardous to health, and mutagenic (causes cancer). It is listed as being 90% ethanol and 10% SM-102 and is known to cause anaemia, cough, CNS depression, drowsiness, headache, heart damage, lassitude (weakness, exhaustion), liver damage, narcosis, reproductive effects and teratogenic effects as per the First-Aid Measures and treatment from potential exposure.
Now everyone should know that this ‘story’ has been ‘fact-checked’ by ‘FactCheck.org’ and their claim is that, quote:
Cayman Chemical offers a version of SM-102 for research purposes that is packaged in chloroform, a potentially toxic chemical. So, the safety data sheet from Cayman Chemical for that product includes warnings related to chloroform – not SM-102.
I know how to read MSDS sheets. It’s a vital part of doing safe work in the laboratory environment. It’s the very first thing I do. I have actually been made fun of for being ‘too cautious’ for being very stringent about reading and abiding by SDS sheets, but when I see a skull and crossbones, I take it to mean that I should try not to be the skull and crossbones. Furthermore, if one does get hurt or damaged from not handling a product properly, asses are covered.
Without bias, I checked out the MSDS for SM-102 as I would for any chemical or new product I might be interested for using in assays or lab work. And I found the above. Now, digging deeper into this, or rather staying in the mindset of purchasing this product and using it in the lab context, I clicked on the link to the ‘Kit, Mixture & Library Option(s)’ tab, and it took me to the neat little ‘build-your-own-LNP’ kit (Lipid Nanoparticle (LNP-102) Exploration Kit) of which SM-102 comprises the cationic lipid456 in this kit. (Just to remind everyone, the cationic lipid for the P-fizer p-f-roducts is ALC-0315.) The analogous cationic lipid in the Mod(e)rna LNPs is this SM-102.
Notice in the SDS for the LNP-102 kit materials that the Application of the substance / the mixture reads, quote:
This product is for research use – Not for human or veterinary diagnostic or therapeutic.
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