I will eventually touch on my suspected treatment avenues but thats not a worthy endeavor for me at the moment. I am still questioning and analyzing
at the starting line so to speak.
Going down the line of thinking I was, I am now learning that what I propose about the digestive systems role in covids ability to replicate may be
right on point with current understanding.
It feels Pretty cool to be honest.
Researchers in China are warning that the virus causing the novel coronavirus infection COVID-19, which has affected over 100,000 people and
killed more than 3,200 globally, can potentially be transmitted through feces.
The reports, published online in Gastroenterology, found that more than 50% of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 have the virus in their stool; some
patients have vomiting and diarrhea; and some test positive for virus in stool even after respiratory samples test negative for the pathogen.
So here we see more evidence supporting what I am saying. That the respiratory aspect of this disease is not a constant factor or a primary attack
In fact, this paper argues that the propogation may have a similar mechanism to a human Norovirus and be focused around the GI tract...which I said
If that is true..then god damn it, I may be right about this VLP only being able to replicate working copies out of the host cells it infects from
Which is evidence of this VLPs lipid structure being tied to vaccine development techniques that farm Virus Like Particles from bacteria using
Replicon RNA for envelope assembly.
This artificial structure I see in Covid-19 is only following instructions for envelope formation in its genetic code that are applicable only when
infecting bacteria. Not human cells. Since it can dock with our red blood cells it is connecting with them but its not injecting viable genetic
material. Whatever it is doing is interfering with the cells ability to oxygenate, as was mentioned earlier.
Regardless, I believe that understanding the difference between "activated " replicating virons and those I think are "duds" with no functionality
(MOST IMO) would be critical to developing an effective treatment.
Since it was mentioned before..The DRACO treatment method mentioned before is being pursued with Covid albeit with a slight distinction. The approach
is genius. Its working and awaiting approval for more testing.
Basically DRACO and similar techniques target virus RNA within the body, either breaking it down like DRACO or forcing a mutation which will render
the proteins in the RNA inert and either kills the virus, or changes it so it cant work properly and dies.
EIDD-2801, an orally bioavailable NHC-prodrug (β-D-N4-hydroxycytidine-5′-isopropyl ester), improved pulmonary function, and reduced virus titer
and body weight loss.
Decreased MERS-CoV yields in vitro and in vivo were associated with increased transition mutation frequency in viral but not host cell RNA, supporting
a mechanism of lethal mutagenesis in CoV
What strikes me is that the antiviral drug I linked here and just mentioned, is orally administered. I believe it is effective like DRACO might be,
but only if administered orally. Targeting the viral RNA like this brilliant.
My suspicion is that the virus is primarily being produced in the digestive system, even though it is finding its way to the blood for reasons
mentioned earlier. Thats why its effective at bringing down viral numbers since the host bacteria are cleared of all viable replicating VLPs.
edit on 9-4-2020 by HelloboysImbackguy because: (no reason given)