SARS2 and HIV-1 redux In Feb of 2020, a preprint showing that the SARS2 spike protein has 4 regions of homology with HIV-1 (bit.ly/3rmBtYD) was forced to retract. So where are these regions in the 3D protein structure? 😲All 4 regions are missing! Surgically ...
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Missing residues usually indicate flexible loops. So where are these loops? What are they doing? The first 3 are from the HIV-1 gp120 gene which allows it to bind to host cells containing the CD4 receptor: mostly immune cells like T-cells and macrophages. O no, what if ...
Someone alerted Fauci to the same problem: bit.ly/3qtU06e What if the spike protein can interact with the CD4 receptor? Bad news. Here are the regions in the structure. Spike forms a homo-trimer. The regions (red, yellow, and blue) come together at a peripheral point.
Below is a zoomed-in version for subunit A, with the 3 missing loops drawn in by hand. Note how close their connectors (shown as solid spheres) are in 3D. So 3 regions with homology to the CD4 binding domain of HIV-1: - are missing in the structure - come together in 3D
Jan 15, 2022 · 10:46 PM UTC
Should we conclude that the SARS2 spike protein can interact with CD4? Of course not If the powers-that-be hadn't forced the retraction of the preprint, we would have had an answer by now Interestingly, #Fauci knew about this in Feb 2020: bit.ly/3qtU06e Who alerted?