influenza B viruses

Predicting naturally occurring viral latency

KLRD1-expressing natural killer cells predict influenza susceptibility We identified KLRD1-expressing NK cells as a potential biomarker for influenza susceptibility. Expression of KLRD1 was inversely correlated with symptom severity. Our results support a model where an early response by KLRD1-expressing NK cells may control influenza infection. The NK cells are natural killer cells that help to control viral latency This was reported as: Scientists discover biomarker for flu susceptibility  “We found that a type of immune cell called a natural killer…

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Ecological adaptations vs the randomness of evolution (4)

Biohacker Aaron Traywick Found Dead in DC Float Spa He was found face down in a flotation tank.  Timothy J. Cunningham (CDC) was found after he supposedly drowned in a river. Both had already linked the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA to all pathology, and both probably knew that vaccines could not protect human populations from the threat of the next viral apocalypse. Researchers from South Korea recently exposed the facts. See: Emergence of Human G2P[4] Rotaviruses in the Post-vaccination…

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Environmental selection is natural selection (5)

Summary: Atheistic Chinese Communists realize that vaccinations cannot protect them. Their attempts to develop a universal vaccine have failed. Bill Gates promotes vaccinations, which led us to the brink of the next pandemic. Vaccines prevent ecological adaptations in some cell types. Does Bill Gates, a non-scientist, think that people from God-fearing non-communist countries can do better than the atheistic Communists? Bill Gates calls on U.S. to lead fight against a pandemic that could kill 33 million Gates and his wife,…

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Antithetical conclusions (6)

Biochemical and Structural Insights into Doublecortin-like Kinase Domain 1 (Subscription required) Abstract excerpt: This structure also allowed for the mapping of cancer-causing mutations within the kinase domain, suggesting that a loss of kinase function may contribute to tumorigenesis. Continued See: Antithetical conclusions (5, 4, 3, 2) In the same issue of this journal, see: A Second RNA-Binding Site in the NS1 Protein of Influenza B Virus (Subscription required) Abstract excerpt: We demonstrate that single-site alanine replacements of basic residues in…

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