Over the past year, Vejon Conferences have had the pleasure of hosting international scientists and medical doctors focused on finding answers to the pandemic. In recognition of this valuable work, a few of these remarkable individuals have come together to discuss the past year of COVID-19.
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children and Long COVID: The SARS-CoV-2 Viral Superantigen Hypothesis
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Thanks Dr McMillan excellent discussion today 👍
proteins that the infected memory CD4 T cell puts on its surface, a process known as viral remodeling. Now it appears that something similar happens with sugars, too. The new findings suggest the virus increases levels of sialic acid at the cell surface in ways that may help the virus to survive. That’s especially intriguing because sialic acid also is associated with a cell’s ability to avoid detection by the immune system.
Thank you for continued education from many minds. Very interesting.