The Truth Behind The Zika Virus, Human Depopulation.
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Intrexon Corp. has captured investors’ attention this month with the prospect that its genetically-modified mosquitoes could help control the Zika virus sweeping through parts of Brazil. Now the Maryland-based biotech firm could be beaten to the punch by a nuclear solution developed by the United Nations.
Intrexon’s shares have climbed more than 60 percent since Jan. 13, adding an additional $1 billion to the company’s value, as public-sector scientists at the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna were preparing to supply their own fix to the Brazilian authorities. While Intrexon re-engineers mosquito DNA so that the bugs die before they can p*** along a virus, the IAEA uses radiation to sterilize male larvae so that when they mate, their progeny never hatch. And the IAEA will offer its technology for free.
“We transfer the technologies, train other scientists and then let countries take the lead,” said Rosemary Lees, a medical entomologist at the IAEA, a United Nations agency.
IAEA scientists will visit Brazil next week as they prepare to hand over their nuclear technologies to the country’s health officials. Marie Rossi, a spokeswoman for Intrexon, said her company welcomes all efforts to control the spread of Zika. She said that Intrexon’s bugs have been tested in the field since 2009 while the IAEA’s latest technique hasn’t been trialed or entered m*** production. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/article...