falconer66a Thursday, 02/25/21 11:26:41 AM Re: McMagyar post# 300483 Post # of 310471 Nope. Other way around. Quote:Doesnt mRNA communicate with a Cell's dna to make changes? Messenger RNA (mRNA) takes the genetic message, the sequence of amino acids that make a gene from the cell's DNA in the nucleus out to the ribosomes, which connect the amino acids in the correct order, which is on the mRNA. So, no, the insertion of some mRNA, as with the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination, won't, can't in any way change the sequence of the nucleotides (A's and T,s' G's, and C's) the genetic code in the DNA. mRNA can't provoke or cause mutations in the genetic code in DNA. I got my Pfizer vaccination yesterday, the first shot. Go back in three weeks for the follow-up shot. No concerns. My DNA is unaffected, and I had no side effects.