Dr Robert Malone, press photo

Dr Robert Malone, press photo

Robert W. Malone (* 1959 or 1960) [1] is an American virologist, immunologist, and molecular biologist.

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Life

Malone studied medicine at Northwestern University with an MD, was a postdoctoral fellow in clinical research at Harvard University, and received his residency in pathology from the University of California, Davis . [2] As a graduate student at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla was he, like protein expression in a foreign cell over by in fat globules (one of the main authors and driving force of a study described in the first liposomes are packaged) initiated DNA or RNA can, at that time still in the context of the hopes for gene therapy. This study is considered to be the first scientific publication on the basic principles of, for example, RNA vaccines that were successfully inoculated in the 2020/21 Covid-19 pandemic . [3] [4] Co-authors of the basic paper from 1989 were Philip Felgner and Inder Verma . [5]

In a follow-up study, which was originally intended only to control the transfer using liposomes, it was shown for the first time that ”naked” unprotected m-RNA, which was injected directly into the muscle cells of mice, can trigger protein expression in cells over a period of several days. [6] [4] The crucial patents, in which Philip Felgner, later head of the Center for Vaccine Development at the University of California, Irvine , was involved (see list of publications) remained with his employing company, which later sold them on. Philip Felgner, named in the patents with Malone, was then chief scientist at Vical, which Felgner had founded.

From the Salk Institute, Malone moved to another employer, but left after three months due to personal differences. [3] Soon after his departure, Malone changed the field of research and did not continue to work in this field of research. [3] He lives currently (2021) in Madison (Virginia) and heads his own consulting firm.

Criticism of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines

Dr. In an interview [7], Malone distances himself from using mRNA-based vaccination in the course of the COVID pandemic 2020–21. He claims to have informed the American FDA about the incalculable risks and side effects of these gene therapies and warned them about them from the start.

Publications

  • RW Malone, PL Felgner, IM Verma: Cationic liposome-mediated RNA transfection , Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Vol. 86, 1989, pp. 6077-6081
  • JA Wolff, RW Malone, P. Williams, W. Chong, G. Acsadi, A. Jani, PL Felgner: Direct gene transfer into mouse muscle in vivo , Science, Volume 247, 1990, pp. 1465-1468
  • VJ Dwarki, Robert W. Malone, Inder M. Verma: Cationic liposome-mediated RNA transfection , Methods in Enzymology, Vol. 217, 1993, pp. 644-654
  • Stella Somiari, Jill Glasspool-Malone, Joseph J. Drabick, Richard A. Gilbert, Richard Heller, Mark J. Jaroszeski, Robert W. Malone: Theory and in vivo application of electroporative gene delivery , Molecular Therapy, Volume 2, 2000, p 178-187

Participation in US patents:

  • PL Felgner, JA Wolff, GH Rhodes, RW Malone, D A. Carson: Delivery of exogenous DNA sequences in a mammal , US Patent 5,580,859, 1996
  • PL Felgner, JA Wolff, GH Rhodes, RW Malone, D A. Carson: Induction of a protective immune response in a mammal by injecting a DNA sequence , US Patent 5,589,466, 1996
  • PL Felgner, JA Wolff, GH Rhodes, RW Malone, D A. Carson: Generation of antibodies through lipid mediated DNA delivery , US Patent 5,703,055, 1997

Related

References

  1.  Thorsten Fuchs, To whom the award is due, HAZ, June 16, 2021, p. 2/3. After that he is 61 years old.
  2. Robert Malone’s website , accessed June 17, 2021
  3. ↑ Jump up after:c Thorsten Fuchs, To whom the award is due, HAZ, June 16, 2021, p. 2/3
  4. ↑ Jump up after:b Rein Verbeke, Ine Lentacker, Stefaan C. De Smedt, Heleen Dewitte: Three decades of messenger RNA vaccine development. In: Nano Today. 28, 2019, p. 100766, doi : 10.1016 / j.nantod.2019.100766 .
  5.  RW Malone, PL Felgner, IM Verma: Cationic liposome-mediated RNA transfection , Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Vol. 86, 1989, pp. 6077-6081
  6. ^ JA Wolff, RW Malone, P. Williams, W. Chong, G. Acsadi, A. Jani, PL Felgner: Direct gene transfer into mouse muscle in vivo , Science, Volume 247, 1990, pp. 1465-1468
  7.  Excerpt from the science podcast Bret Weinstein / DarkHorse from June 19, 2021 https://odysee.com/@wissenschaftestandauf:8/Malone_Bauchbinden_final_alle_logos
  8.  Reuters Fact Check: Fact Check-COVID-19 vaccines are not ’cytotoxic’ . In: Reuters . June 18, 2021 ( reuters.com [accessed June 30, 2021]).
  9. ↑ District of Columbia 1100 Connecticut Ave NW Suite 1300B Washington, Dc 20036: PolitiFact – No sign that the COVID-19 vaccines’ spike protein is toxic or ’cytotoxic’. Retrieved June 30, 2021 (American English).