landlording is kikism 07/25/2020 (Sat) 15:58:21 Id: f02ba8 No.16102 del
This data is NOT new, scientist INTL still playing to keep their paychecchs. Slow rollin.


Scientists identified an enzyme called nsp16 that the virus produces and then uses to modify its RNA cap. Once the virus binds to cells, it uses its RNA to instruct those cells to mass-produce thousands of virus copies. The cell is destroyed in the process and the new copies can infect other cells. The immune system would block some of them and would destroy infected cells as well. This ongoing battle happens at the cellular level, and it’s a critical process that affects the recovery of patients.

“It’s a camouflage,” lead author Dr. Yogesh Gupta said of the mechanism. “Because of the modifications, which fool the cell, the resulting viral messenger RNA is now considered as part of the cell’s own code and not foreign.”