The Bradykinin hypothesis based on a supercomputer analysis of the CCP-virus sheds light on how the virus impacts the body and how to find treatment.
It also found that the virus regulates gene expression to magnify its lethality:
A new theory comes out of a supercomputer’s analysis of CCP-virus
The world’s second-fastest supercomputer analyzed genes from 17,000 genetic samples. The result revealed a new theory about how the CCP-virus impacts the body: the bradykinin hypothesis
- It explains many aspects of the virus, including some of its bizarre symptoms.
- It also suggests 10-plus potential treatments, many of which are already FDA approved.
Dr. Jacobson’s group published their results in a paper in the journal eLife in early July.
Please click this link to read more about the supercomputer analysis:
This video explains the research paper on the bradykinin hypothesis:
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