Covid-19 Loves blood type A and Stay Stuck in The Air

Health, Health Guide, Physiology Topics, Covid-19 Loves blood type A and Stay Stuck in The Air

Covid-19 an “enemy of mankind.” has turned into a global pandemic. Scientists are trying to understand the secret of corona’s rapid spread. Scientists from the USA discovered in a new study that the new Coronavirus could stay stuck in the air for three hours, and be able to cause infection. While another study conducted by Chinese researchers revealed that people who carry blood type (A) may be more vulnerable to infection with the Coronavirus. While A while the risk is lower for individuals with blood type O. It has been known that the high prevalence of blood type A and B exist in Asia. That could be why Covid-19 can be virulent there.


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The American study stated that the new Coronavirus has a tendency to remains alive and suspended in spray droplets in the atmosphere for three hours. The study was conducted by scientists from the National Institute of Health and Infectious Diseases of the American National Institute of Health, and the University of California, Los Angeles and Princeton, and published in the online journal “New England Journal of Medicine” on Tuesday. 


The American researchers found that the virus can survive and infectiously in mist flying in the air for several hours and on surfaces for several days. The study revealed that the virus, which is carried by the flying mist from coughing or sneezing, remains able to survive or infect people through the air for at least three hours. While on plastic and stainless steel, the new virus remained for more than three days. The virus could not survive for more than a day when it settled on paperboard, and on copper, the virus remained for four hours before its effect ended.


Chinese researchers found that the risk of contracting COVID-19 is significantly higher for people with blood type (A). A Meta-analysis of the pooled data showed that among the COVID-19 patients, the proportion of blood group A was significantly higher while the proportion of blood group O was significantly lower. This finding has made the researchers infer that blood type A is more vulnerable to COVID-19.


This article was published from the beginning of the coronavirus spread 

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Any type of blood can be converted to the O group using a bacterial enzyme

Blood Types

“Blood group O”  is not impossible to convert your blood type to blood group O anymore

A new reliable technique discovered by US researchers helps to convert any type of blood into the O group using a bacterial enzyme derived from bacteria in the human intestine, the enzyme removes sugary antigens from the blood cells in type A, B and AB and effectively convert these types of blood into type O. To understand that we will explain quickly what means that. There are four basic types of blood groups: AB, A, B and O.


AB, A, B are distinguished by the presence of antigens, which are a structure of sugars that lie on red blood cells. For example, a type A blood has A antigens, a type B blood has B antigens and type AB has both.
Type AB can take A and B because AB red blood cells have both A and B antigens, so their bodies won’t produce antibodies. These people are called universal recipients.


The problem is that a person with type A blood can’t receive type B blood, and vice versa because the body will produce antibodies to attack red blood cells with antigens if that doesn’t match its own antigen.


Type O is the universal donor and is the most valuable because it can be administered to virtually everyone because these red blood cells don’t have antigens. that’s why all the focus on it.


Type A and B existed by the maturation of type O in the past, that expected to be due to the changes that happen to our diet, but the real reason is unclear. This invention may help the researcher to understand the relation between sucker, cancer and blood type.

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