@Mumko69 @DaleDalebarker4 More specifically, the most lethal attack vector is GRP78. This is a cellular killswitch…
More specifically, the most lethal attack vector is GRP78. This is a cellular killswitch for the body to tell a cell when it's senescent. It's a backup mechanism the body uses to prevent cancer. The virus triggers it, kills cells, pneumonia.
Kids are growing. They don't have it.
— Adam Gaertner (@veryvirology) March 10, 2020