Coronavirus Vaccine The world’s most powerful supercomputer identifies 77 chemicals that prevent the spread of the Coronavirus #COVID 19
The rapid spread of the Coronavirus has taken scientists by surprise, and they are doing so rapidly to develop a Corona vaccine. The world’s fastest supercomputer is also being used in this research, and through this supercomputer, a great deal of progress has been made in the manufacture of Corona vaccines.
According to CNN, scientists have analyzed more than 8,000 compounds through this supercomputer, and this computer has revealed to them about 77 compounds that could potentially cure the Coronavirus and prevent it from spreading can.
According to the report, scientists at the OakRidge National Laboratory are now researching these 77 compounds and trying to produce the corona vaccine from them. According to the report, the world’s fastest supercomputer was developed in 2014 by the US Department of Energy. The speed of this computer is one million times faster than today’s fastest laptops. Scientists say that “the coronavirus inserts genetic material into a patient’s cell. We have tried to detect through this computer what is a compound that can prevent the coronavirus from injecting this material into the patient’s cells. If we are able to detect such a compound, the spread of the Coronavirus will automatically stop.