The outbreak of the new Novel Corona virus is spreading worldwide and so far, some 14 million people have been affected and more than 78,000 have been killed, the number of reclaimed people is more than 2 lakh 92 thousand.
Scientists are trying their best to find a cure, and now American scientists claim that they have discovered the ‘weak side’ of the virus.
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The Scripps Research study suggests that a particular area of the virus can be targeted by the vaccine.
In fact, they tested a human antibody on the new Corona virus, which was released a year ago from a patient who had defeated the SARS corona virus and was able to weaken the new Corona virus as well.
Researchers said that knowledge of this vulnerable area would help in the development of vaccines and therapies against the new corona virus, while also protecting against corona viruses that could emerge in the future.
They say the discovery is probably the weakest aspect of the virus.
Unfortunately, it is difficult to find a virus defect that adds to its mystery, he added.
According to the researchers, we have found the part that is usually hidden inside the virus and only appears when the structure of the virus changes.
The study sought to find patients with coronavirus disease Covd 19 who could donate blood for possible antibodies.
The results of this research were published in the journal Journal Science.
Earlier in a study published in late March, it was reported that blood donated by a healthy patient could help the coroner virus recover more severely.
Research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association describes the use of this procedure on patients who are close to the hospital in China.
These Cod19 patients underwent experimental blood plasma transfusion and significantly improved their condition.
Although this research was limited and on a very small scale and difficult to conclude, the results reinforce the idea of the usefulness of this method.
Implementation of this procedure is being reviewed in Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa also in Pakistan.
Plasma transfusions were announced in New York for the most serious cases of this plague transfusion in the United States.
In South Korea, this procedure has helped to cure two close-knit patients.
In France, it is being tested on 60 patients.