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Yoichi Shimatsu who is Editor at Large at the 4th Media is a free lance journalist based in Hong Kong. He is former Editor of the Japan Times Weekly. Mr. Yoi is a former Tsinghua University lecturer.
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Sheltered from public scrutiny is the past work of Mapp BioPharm’s Dr. Larry Zietlin on Monsanto-funded research. Back in 1998, Zeitlin was a Baltimore-based researcher with ReProtect, a business spin-off from the John Hopkins medical school. His work on a monoclonal antibody (Mab) against vaginal herpes was sponsored by Agricetus.
Located in Middletown, Wisconsin, and wholly owned by Monsanto, the Agricetus Campus is where Roundup Ready soybeans were genetically modified to survive toxic organophosphates. Zeitlin and Vikram Paradkar of Agricetus were involved in genetic modification of corn to produce anti-herpes Mabs. The history of anti-ebola ZMapp can be traced back to Monsanto’s Franken-corn.
That same Wisconsin “pharm farm” is where predecessor company Cetus, a biotech start-up funded by the CIA-linked WR Grace Corporation, innovated the method to grow human genetic material inside corn and tobacco plants. Its “gene gun” was invented to fire tiny gold beads at high velocity to insert foreign genes into plant DNA.