Spike-Induced Clumping in the Absence of Platelets: "This Is Really Unusual"

1 year ago

Dr. Resia Pretorius from South Africa showed that you could take the platelets out of the blood and put the spike protein in, and it will cause proteins to clump together in the absence of platelets.

"So this is really unusual in clotting mechanisms," explained Dr. Ryan Cole. "To see something like this and a protein that will do this in the absence of other things that are usually necessary for a clot is very unusual. And again, concerning."

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