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London — GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is collaborating on an experimental Covid-19 vaccine with Medicago, a biotechnology company partly owned by tobacco giant Philip Morris International.

The partnership will combine Medicago’s plant-based production platform with GSK’s adjuvants — substances that enhance the body’s immune response — the companies said on Tuesday. Human testing is due to start in mid-July, and the companies aim to make the vaccine available in the first half of 2021, if it’s successful...

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