“Bai Ya” continues to invent vaccines from plants. It will start production in the middle of next year. Ready to open the country on Dettol, honoring 11 heroes of Thai people Hope to encourage Thai people to go through this time together safely.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Varunyu Pooncharoen, Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Baiya Phyto Farm Co., Ltd., the first Thai team who invented the COVID-19 vaccine from plants, said about the progress of the vaccine from the leaves. It is currently being tested in humans. If everything goes as expected By the middle of next year, a vaccine for COVID-19 will be produced. out for Thai people to use and when we succeed There will be effective vaccines produced upstream in Thailand. and bring more injections to Thai people allowing all of us to return to life close to normal
“Vaccines from leaves areThe first plant-based vaccine in Thailand and Southeast Asia. The main goal is want a country have health security can develop and produce drugs Including the vaccine itself, so since last year, all research teams have not stopped working. because we know what the situation in the country is And we don’t do it alone. but the Bai Ya team There is a team of other researchers and scientists. scientist Almost every doctor from every university came to help. to develop something that is beneficial to the country.”
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Waranyu emphasized that the technology of Bai Ya Company not genetically modified plants and is different from the medicinal leaves that we use to smoke Our process is When the plant grows to the right size It’s just transferring the DNA into the plant. then cut to extract left the desired protein parts Remove all other plant proteins. Injected in laboratory animals and humans, the body will build immunity quickly. can prevent viral infection
“We might be the first fireworks to go out. make scientists see and want to come out and do it And if Thailand has a company that uses technology Let’s develop more products. Our country will definitely have a better economy. because they have their own technology You don’t have to depend on others.”
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Varunyu Pooncharoen was one of the “heroes of Thai people” during the time of the Covid-19 epidemic, causing Dettol to find that many ordinary people who volunteered
Creating good deeds Dettol would like to support these good people by launching a campaign Dettol “Hero of Thais” honoring defenders who represent good deeds across the country. for all of us to join encourage each other to get through this time together safely
For the 11 heroes of Thai people, consisting of Khun Chuensumon Lekakul, Nong Chik Hospital, Pattani Province, Ms. Chonsara Phopin, chairman of the village council, Huai Bong Sub-District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, and Khun Nattanai Chuaykaew, Vice President of the district. Sor., Krabi, Ms. Surin Makradie, village councilor, Saladaeng, Angthong, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Varunyu Pooncharoen, Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Baiya Phyto Farm Company Limited, the first Thai team who invented the COVID-19 vaccine from plants, Kru Jiew, Ms. Thongpool Buasri, a street teacher who has helped underprivileged children in Bangkok’s slums for more than 30 years. Year, Ms. Kachanon Khamkan, Ms. Sahachat Limcharoenphadi Head of the Backhome project sending Covid-19 patients home, Ms. Sorathep Rojpotjanarat, owner of Steve Cafe, Khun Potjanart Yamyim, volunteer taxi driver. Transporting Covid-19 patients, Khun Thanaphan Wongchinsri, entrepreneur of Penguin Eat Shabu restaurant.