posted on Aug, 9 2014 @ 02:05 AM
body fights infection by virus or germ by making antibodies that lock on the agent and mark it for destruction by the t killer cells sand t
before the vaccines in 1930 and the antibiotics 1950 there once was the treatment by antibodies namely antitoxins and antivenum.
An example was the treatment of Diphteria, the Dipheteria antitoxin vial injection containing antibodies harvested from the horse blood's serum.
the dipheteria germs injected into the horse the horse does not get sick with the germ because it lives on humans only.
the horse makes antibodies for the germ.
One famous horse lived forty years and provided life saving treatment for tens of thousands of children whom the vaccine did not work.
Antibodies always work.
some times antibodies for a germ can fight another kind of germ , in a cross-immunization .
Cross immunization exists for all germs.
Some antibodies are multiplayer that can attach to different pathogens. Because they were small. a regular antibody needs several niches on the
surface of agen to attach. the small antibodies needs liss niches that can be found in many agents.
Camels have these antibodies. Camel is known to fend off all viruses that usually destroy large populations of other cattle (animals) like sheep and
cows. Diseases like Mouth and foot disease for example.
the reason is the multiplayer small antibodies in camel blood with the shape of V while other antiboies of all other animals are in the shape of Y.
the small antibodies of Camel are tenth the size of regular antibodies making them maneuverable to enter places( angles and niches) where regular
antibodies cant. they can also croos the bllod and brain barriers to attack the allergen pathogen of the brain tumers.
Camels can be injected with the ebola virus and the survivors will have large amounts of the antibodies. better still, without injecting, just the
regular small antibodies can be harvested from their serum just like horses.
Horses like wild horses are great sources of antibodies (the mustang) which now being slaughtered to be sold as horse meat to mexico.
Horses and Camel live in the open even when they sleep making them exposed to all kinds of pathogens some coming by air crossing the oceans.
they have great collection of antibodies that have cross immunity to probably all pathogens.
Camel milk contain those small antibodies. these antibodies are stable in room temperature and can survive the digestive system of humans, and eneter
the blood streem with out being altered immediately available to engage any kind of pathogens in its way.