C-19 is similar to the HIV virus.

Super Dolemite

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Sure enough, the two proteins are very, very similar. Both are glycoproteins, or proteins covered in sugars. Glycoproteins typically function as the “hands” and “feet” of infectious viruses. Both S1 and gp120 can also cross the blood-brain barrier and do toxic harm to brain tissues.

cc @Mikel
 

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I'll bee your honey
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they've been trying to scare people with this since like February
 

Vanilla Tarantino

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need your assessment of this information
That’s a long paper to read right now, and I want to read it more thoroughly, but it’s basically adding more evidence supporting what has been theorized - that SARS-CoV2 can enter the brain. Now it’s been shown in a mouse model that it can.

There are a number of symptoms from SARS-CoV2 that were already suggesting it, but this seems to be the first study to conclusively show that it is possible.

As for the comparison to HIV, that’s pointless clickbait. They’re different viruses, contracted in different ways, and they function very differently.

Tell me that SARS-CoV2 inserts it’s genetic code into your own like HIV does, and now we’ve got a problem. But, coronaviruses lack an integrase protein, so that’s almost impossible to happen.
 

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