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RESEARCH: Dandelion leaf extract blocks spike proteins from binding to the ACE2 cell surface receptor


The dandelion blocked the protein-to-protein interactions between the S1 sub unit of the spike protein and the human ACE2 cell surface receptor. ... Hydroalcoholic pomegranate peel extract blocks the spike protein at the ACE2 receptor with 74 percent efficacy. "...

Breakthrough: Ivermectin inhibits the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein from binding to ACE2 receptors in human tissue


For the first time, medical researchers have documented how that is attached to the ACE2 receptor. ... In this study, ivermectin docked in region of leucine 91 of the spike protein and at the histidine 378 of the ACE2 receptor. "...

Study: People living in highly polluted areas have a higher chance of dying from coronavirus


The ACE-2 receptor is reported to be the binding site of the coronavirus’s spike protein and is the reason why the virus can gain entry into its target cells. Because of its role in infection, overexpression of the ACE-2 receptor is bad news for the body. "...

WATCH as former CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield gives testimony damning Fauci for covid crimes against humanity


Then you go back and look at the literature, and in 2014 this lab actually published a paper in which they put the ACE2 receptor in humanized mice so it can infect human tissue, and then you learn that the new covid, which came from bats, can hardly replicate in bats. ... “I felt this virus was too infectious for humans; there was a lot of evidence that the lab published in 2014 that they put the ACE2 receptor into humanized mice so it could infect ...

Unthinkable thoughts (about covid and the spike protein)


Binding to the cell’s ACE-2 receptor is like the wolf knocking at the door of Little Red Riding Hood’s grandmother. ... If COVID had evolved naturally, we would expect that its spike protein would be adapted to mate well with the human ACE-2 receptor. "...

There's nothing natural about SARS-CoV-2, and the circumstances surrounding the covid scandal wreak of criminal intent


The race to exploit human immune systems is real and the coverup of bioweapon research is failing The Chinese scientists ultimately to exploit the ACE2 receptor in human lung cells. ... The scientists equipped the mice with the ACE2 receptor from human lung cells. This is the same receptor that they learned how to exploit using their modified coronaviruses. "...

New book details Dr. Fauci's involvement in Wuhan and the Chinese military's dangerous gain-of-function coronavirus research


The Chinese scientists ultimately found a way to engineer coronavirus spike proteins to exploit the ACE2 receptor in human lung cells. ... The scientists equipped the mice with the ACE2 receptor from human lung cells. This is the same receptor that they learned how to exploit with modified coronaviruses, using enhanced gain-of-function properties. "...

Dr. David Martin: COVID-19 an intentional weaponization of the spike protein – Brighteon.TV


Martin said the beta coronavirus model called Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome-coronavirus (SARS-CoV) has been altered in laboratories, including the amplification of the spike protein and the ACE-2 receptor. "...

Obesity increases death risk from coronavirus, and Americans are FAT


Because the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) appears to use a “door” to get inside the lungs – this door is known as the ACE-2 receptor – and because this door is made in fat cells known as adipocytes, obese people are prime candidates for easy infection with the virus. "...

Spike proteins administered intravenously are engineered to cross the blood-brain barrier, can cause cerebral hemorrhage


The study shows that these new spike proteins have been engineered to exploit angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2), allowing for increased intake of spike proteins into the lungs and specifically to the brain. ... The researchers equipped mice with the ACE2 receptor from human lung cells. By exploiting the ACE2 receptor, the spike protein is engineered to attack the brain and lungs of humans. "...

Doctors now warn about permanent damage and cardiovascular events following COVID-19 vaccination


Whelan warned that a recently-infected patient who is subject to covid-19 vaccination is likely to suffer from autoimmune attacks along the ACE-2 receptors present in the heart, and in the microvasculature of the brain, liver and kidney. ... The virus is known to enter into endothelial cells through the ACE-2 receptor on the endothelium. "...

"What are the odds?" - A timeline of facts linking COVID-19, HIV, & Wuhan's secret bio-lab


SARS infects cells through the ACE2 receptor in hosts. The S spike protein plays a key role in how the virus infects cells. ... The S protein binds to the targeted cell through the ACE2 receptor, and boom, your cell is infected and becomes a virus replication factory. "...

Immunologist tells Fauci that Wuhan coronavirus looks engineered – as early as January 2020


According to the immunologist, the receptor-binding domain (RBD) on the spike proteins of SARS-CoV-2 “naturally evolved” to effectively target the ACE2 receptor on the outside of human cells. The ACE2 receptor is involved in regulating blood pressure. Furthermore, Andersen and other scientists found that SARS-CoV-2’s backbone or molecular structure had a substantial difference from already-known coronaviruses. "...

Study: These two simple nutritional supplements trigger spike protein UNFOLDING and may neutralize its harmful properties


They bind to the ACE2 receptor in host cells present in the nasal mucosa, triggering infection. ... The potential of BromAc on SARS-CoV-2 spike and envelope proteins stabilized by disul?"...

From LAB to LUNGS: The real COVID timeline in a nutshell


SARS-CoV-2 was created in a laboratory and released to start a pandemic, and this is no conspiracy theory (anymore), and actually never was one. ... SARS CoV-2 was created in a laboratory as the Wuhan lab, in cahoots with the Chinese Military, tested whether or not “spike proteins from naturally occurring bat coronaviruses circulating in China were capable of binding to the human ACE2 receptor in a mouse model.” "...

Molecule in Nigella sativa (black seed) may prevent spike protein-induced vascular damage, scientists conclude in published paper indexed by NIH (updated)


They found that nigellidine “strongly binds” to the spike protein at what is known as the hinge region or active site opening, which may in turn hamper its binding to ACE2 receptor surfaces. ... “Angiotensin II-ACE2 binding (ACE-value -294.81) is more favorable than nigellidine-ACE2. "...

Chinese bioweapon? Study pegs coronavirus as "uniquely adapted human pathogen"


Using an in silico – meaning the use of silicon computer chips for advanced simulation, the team – structural homology modeling approach to characterize the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, the team was able to determine that it has a high affinity for binding to the human ACE2 receptor. ... Sources for this article include: arXiv.org BusinessInsider.com NaturalNews.com Previous :If you have a copy of Plandemic in your Google Drive, Google might try to surreptitiously ...

Scientists find that the coronavirus has another doorway to infect human cells


“That SARS-CoV-2 uses the receptor ACE2 to infect our cells was known, but viruses often use multiple factors to maximize their infectious potential ,” said Giuseppe Balistreri, head of the viral research group at the University of Helsinki who was involved in one of the studies. SARS-CoV-2’s spike protein binds to another receptor Existing scientific knowledge states that SARS-CoV-2 invades human cells through angiotensin-converting ...

Masks protect the nose: Study shows that nasal cells are especially vulnerable to the coronavirus


When the coronavirus infects a person, it targets an enzyme called angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2). ... “Every virus has a key on the surface — this one is called the spike protein — and this key opens a lock, and the lock is a [ACE2] receptor, and your nose is just loaded with receptors for this virus,” explained Boucher to the DailyMail. "...

New study proves that chlorine dioxide (MMS) blocks SARS-CoV-2 spike proteins from binding with human receptors


In the end, what they found is that MMS does, in fact, inactivate the binding of covid variant spike proteins to the human ACE2 receptor protein, “indicating that this strategy may be useful in blocking the transmission of variant SARS-CoV-2 viruses.” ... L aliquot of biotin-labeled ACE2 diluted to 1.5 ?g/mL by Blocking Buffer 2 was added to the solution, while a biotin-labeled ACE2 was bound to streptavidin-labeled ...