Some people who are not infected with the new coronavirus, but whose immune system provides a surprisingly strong defense against the bacterium, are less likely to have high levels of COVID-19.
This is according to one health study
In the study, published in a well-known magazine some people protected from the COVID-19 have been shown to be strong resistant against the virus.
T cells are part of the immune system and help to protect the body from diseases. The activation of T cells indicates that the immune system has had previous experience fighting such a disease and is using this experience to fight a new disease.
But the researcher was puzzled by the question of how such dynamic T cells were formed in the people involved in the research. He had never experienced or tested COVID-19 before. He thinks this may be due to the fact that his T cells have been used in the past against the common coronavirus or a similar disease like COVID-19.
In the language of medicine, this process is called cross-reactivity. The study also analyzed blood samples from 18 patients with COVID-19. Their ages ranged from 20 to 81 and the rest of the healthy people ranging in age from 20 to 64.
The study also found these active T cells in 83% of patients with COVID-19, but the researchers also found them in some healthy people who survived the disease. However, researchers say that little is known about the effects of these cells against COVID-19 and that more research is needed.
Other medical experts said they were not surprised by the results of the study, which also found active T cells in people who had never been infected with the coronavirus before.
He said that SARS is the 2nd human coronavirus and a total of 4 coronaviruses are common in the human race. The common cold causes 25% of cases. It is thought that almost every person in the world has been exposed to a single coronavirus, and since they all belong to the same family, a somewhat active immune system has developed.
This is not the first time such research has brought these results. Earlier, a study by medical experts at the University of California found that around 20 to 50 percent of healthy people have such T cells, but its effects and sources are still unknown.
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