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Re: DRACO: Selectively inducing apoptosis, and killing, cells infected with the most severe viruses.

By hkugler at Aug. 7, 2014, 11:17 a.m., 5350 hits

DRACO. Researchers at MIT discovered a method to kill – very specific – cells that are infected with some of the most severe viruses, like Hepatitis-C, HIV, Herpes, HPV, and more, and leaving uninfected cells untouched. All these viruses have, as an individual characteristic, double-stranded RNA (DSR). The MIT scientists built a cytotoxic T-cell by attaching 1) a receptor for double-stranded RNA, and 2) a DED (Death Effector Domain, apoptosis-inducing) part.
Achievement: One single such modified immune cell killed 1,000+ infected cells, and without touching normal cells.
For more details, references, etc., go to “Hormone Replacement” “Senior Health.”
Because this is such an important find - true anti-aging medicine - it is also discussed in the section on aging research and modified (similar to iPS) in my latest e-book. For a suggested illustration of DRACO mechanisms click on book cover at

Posts [ 2 ] | Last post Aug. 7, 2014, 11:17 a.m.
#1 - Nov. 20, 2011, 4:02 p.m.
Hans J. Kugler, PhD

Sorry; we were unable to include this illustration in the topic summary, as quoted in post above.
You WILL find this illustration at “THE RIGHT STUFF” at Enlarge the picture by clicking on it.

#2 - Aug. 7, 2014, 11:17 a.m.

A virus is an even smaller micro-organism that can only reproduce inside a host's living cell. It is very difficult to kill a virus. That's the reason why we should take healthy food to nourish our body. Exercises can also make a great impact to strengthen your immune system. Taking food supplements is beneficial too, check WE should not wait for the time for this virus to intrude our system.