Receptors for SARS-CoV-2 in Wide Variety of Human Cells
On a single-cell analysis datasets, the notion has been supported that COVID-19 is not just a respiratory disease. In fact, it is an illness that can affect multiple organs.
What happens when the SARS-CoV-2 virus enters the human body?
After getting enter the human body, the SARS-CoV-2 virus breaks into cells with the help of two proteins. The virus finds these proteins in the body, ACE2, and TMPRSS2.
While it has been officially announced that this viral infection TTcks in gut and lung cells, experts have etched their research more profoundly. They came to the conclusion that other potential target cells also produce ACE2 and TMPRSS2. And these are scattered throughout the body—including in the heart, pancreas, bladder, kidney, and nose. In addition, some traces are found in the eye and brain as well.
The new findings have suggested that rather than being focused on a particular organ or part of the respiratory tract, this dangerous virus can target cells in many places in the human body. While the research has shown that the cells in many locations in the body produce SARS-CoV-2 receptors, it’s not guaranteed that the virus can infect all of those tissues.
Virus: That was never seen before
Of course, this virus is something that was never seen before. The disease coronavirus causing is not influenza, it hits the vessels all over, it hits the heart as well, it is not just pneumonia, this COVID-19 is an extremely tricky disease. Many cases have reported lost smell and taste hint. In other words, novel coronavirus can even target the Human Nervous System.
Moreover, smokers seem more vulnerable to get the severe condition of COVID-19. It has been announced that people with a strong immunity system are less likely to catch the infection or even after getting infected by the coronavirus they get recovered. On the other hand, people with weak immunity end up with severe COVID-19 condition and death.
I accidentally took my blood pressure medicine twice, will I be ok?
Well, this medicine error can’t be ignored as you never know what medicine’s overdose can harm you in multiple ways. For both, taking or giving a double dose is the most common error people make with their medicines. It might happen because of some silly mistake or someone trying to be very smart to do so. While not all medicines can cause you to harm after taking an overdose mistakenly, some can cause you in the worst way. Blood pressure medicine comes in the category of those medicines that can cause problems. So, the answer is that taking an extra dose of blood pressure medicines can cause dilemmas. Therefore, this medicine could make you light-headed.
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