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WEIRD: COVID-19 Vaccine Reportedly Contains Compound Called ‘Luciferin’ Which Was Processed In 66.6ml Solution

A recent study of the controversial COVID-19 mRNA vaccine revealed it reportedly contains a 15 mg dose of a compound named D-luciferin:

“Luciferin was administered by intraperitoneal injection (IP) at 150 mg/kg to each mouse prior to imaging during the plateau phase of the luciferin exposure curve which was between 15 and 30 minutes. To create luciferin, 1 g of D-luciferin potassium or sodium salt was dissolved in 66.6 ml of distilled phosphate buffer solution (DPBS), not containing Mg2+ or Ca2+., to make a 15 mg/ml solution.”

mRNA Coronavirus Vaccine Luciferin 666
A mRNA study describing the use of D-luciferin, which was dissolved in a 66.6ml distilled phosphate buffer solution. (Click to enlarge / Source: unknown)

According to Wikipedia, Luciferin (from the Latin lucifer, “light-bearer”) is a generic term for the light-emitting compound found in organisms that generate bioluminescence:

“Luciferins typically undergo an enzyme-catalyzed reaction with molecular oxygen. The resulting transformation, which usually involves splitting off a molecular fragment, produces an excited state intermediate that emits light upon decaying to its ground state. The term may refer to molecules that are substrates for both luciferases and photoproteins.”

Luciferin Light-Emitting Compound
A screenshot of the Wikipedia page describing what “luciferin” actually is. (Click to enlarge)

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