How Blood type may matter for COVID-19 Infection, discover ed in new scientist’s research from Blood Type. How your blood type keeps you infected from COVID-19?
LOS ANGELES, CA | A new study or research provides some evidence of COVID-19 that people with certain Blood Type and Blood Pressure to infected by COVID-19. It new Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) found more infections by the group of Blood A and more. It particularity (COVID-19) infect through Blood groups and Blood pressure. normal patient of COVID-19 are have more immunity of killer Pantheon, but when this new (SARS-CoV-2) impact though existence of any other disease to give powers to this (COVID-19) if blood are matched same position with COVID-19.
although, some patient have extra and perfect immunity in their blood samples, then many patient are have low number of immunity creator because of existing disease of each other in their blood. so, you may have any kind of immunity spread and killer of Pantheon of COVID-19 or other pandemic.
Some Scientists are Discovers, how it infect each other people of different Blood types, may it will be attracting through numbers of Blood types like A, B or O types. However, researchers are focused on the protein on the surface of COVID-19 virus called receptor binding domain (RBD) which is the part of the virus (SARS-CoV-2) that attached to the host cells and host side to public transmission in the internal of blood types and blood group’s numbers to infect person-to-person via groups of blood types and blood umber like A, B and O which is more effected than other numbers of blood.
So, Now it’s clear how infect people-to-people or patient-to-patient than other pandemic virus, it’s defend on the human blood group number to impact on the all same numbers of blood type and blood pressures.
In this laboratory study, team of scientists assessed how that RBD (receptor binding domain) of SARS-CoV-2 are interacted with respiratory and red blood cells in A, B or O types.
Actually, results are showed that SARS-CoV-2 RBD had a strong preferences binding to blood group A, B and O found on respiratory cells, within that other blood group found on respiratory or red cells.