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The New Cure for Cold: The Experience of Targeting Instead of a Virus

The New Cure for Cold: The Experience of Targeting Instead of a Virus

The New Cure for Cold: The Experience of Targeting Instead of a Virus

Finding a cure for diarrhea has always been a major problem in the medical world, but now - scientists think they have invented a method that can help not only prevent flu but also prevent it. Other types of viruses can be overcome that can lead to paralysis. In this new way, instead of directly targeting the cold virus, the protein in our cells is targeted to help the virus in our body. Experts have tried this new method on mice and human lung cells, and according to them, this method is known as 'full bloating.' The virus has been successful in delivering it. However, experts say that this method cannot be tested on humans right now. Usually the flu is caused by the Rhino virus type virus, but the problem is that at least the Rhino virus There are 160 types and they change shape very quickly,

either creating immune to the drug, or developing the ability to hide from our body's defense system. That's why experts are always prone to colds. They are trying to find a treatment called 'host directed therapy', that is, a change in our body instead of targeting the virus. Doing so will not cause the body to become a virus. A single virus does not contain all the ingredients that help it produce more viruses like its own, but also allows the virus to enter another cell. The ingredients in it have to be used. And this is the reason why scientists are still debating whether the virus is actually a living thing. Recent research has been conducted by two US universities, Stanford and the University. In collaboration with the University of California, and experts have learned what is in our body's cells to help spread the virus. In this research, scientists first performed experiments on human cells and then, through gene editing, repeatedly excluded the instructions contained in our DNA. The process of genetic modification that resulted in altered cells. There are different types of viruses. These viruses also include common cold viruses and dangerous viruses that cause diseases such as polio and paralysis.

 A variety of proteins (methyltransferases such as D3) were removed from the transformed cells, when When the virus was inserted into these cells, the virus did not flourish there. The research team then made genetic changes in some mice and eliminated their ability to produce such protein, says Prof. Jean-Carte. It was reported that when the virus was introduced into the mice, all the mice except the genetically modified mice were infected. Had they not been genetically modified, all these mice would have died, but these mice not only survived, but we saw that the virus could not spread to them. 'Experts are trying to create a drug that temporarily protects the protein. By suppressing the virus. Fluid-based viruses, the types of proteins that they rely on, are able to form a kind of cell membrane through a complex process within our cells. 'Nature Microbiology' The study, published in the journal, also states that although the protein in mice was not present from the beginning, it was Those mice were not infected with the virus at all.

 The truth is that scientists do not intend to make any genetic changes in humans to prevent colds, but experts are trying to create a drug that temporarily blocks the protein in our body. By pressing on. "We have come to know the specific protein on which all these viruses depend," says Prof. Cartel. Remove this protein from the cells, which has no chance of spreading the virus. deceive. It may no longer be the protein that causes it to become malnutrition in the cells. "And I think that further development in this field will happen a bit faster." Experts cannot say for sure, and more research will be needed in this regard. For most of us people with no colds Not only is it kind of annoying, but in people who have asthma, the effects of this virus attack can be very bad and they can also be paralyzed if the virus spreads to the brain. Jonathan Ball,

A professor at the University of Nottingham, says that recent research is' clear 'but scientists have to make sure that there is no risk in the proposed treatment.' Instead of targeting a bacterium, the proton is targeted at the virus. The reason for this is that you can get better control of your virus's ability to change its shape. So it would not be wrong to say that even a treatment targeting host proteins may not keep the virus away from us for long. Talk to the Taliban Use your influence on them. And take us to the safe path "Asma Tariq

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