Yoga Vidya International

Community on Yoga, Meditation, Ayurveda and Spirituality

The KEY to Anti-Corona19 Vaccine Lies in ACT And Stop-Codons

There are four kinds of bases found in a DNA molecule. These are adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), thymine (T).
ACT is one of the three Stop- Codon DNA base triplets alongwith ATT and ATC; M-RNA Codones UAA, UAG, UGA; T-RNA Anticodones AUU, AUC, ACU. "In the genetic code, a stop codon (or termination codon) is a nucleotide triplet within messenger RNA that signals a termination of translation into proteins.
Most codons in messenger RNA correspond to the addition of an amino acid to a growing polypeptide chain, which may ultimately become a protein."
In my considered view, we must focus our research-attention on one triplet - ACT in particular and ATT, ATC in general alongwith other associated Stop Codon M-RNA and T-RNA to prepare an effective vaccine against Corona-19 virus. If we carefully examine Stop-Codons in terms of Corona-19 Virus' Genome sequencing and human cells/ACE2 receptors , we will certainly find out ways to prepare a vaccine/antibody to stop Corona-19 virus from replicating itself in humans. The vaccine so prepared shall disrupt termination of translation into proteins. In other words, it shall not allow use of host cell/ACE2 receptors by Corona's nucleotides to transcribe message for replication of copies of Corona-19 virus from the protein of the host.
-- Dr. Swaamee Aprtemaanandaa Jee
(The writer is a Scientific Healer, yoga-Practitioner, Scientist, citizen-Economist, Researcher and well known for informative analytical pieces on Healing, Spirituality, Yoga, Fitness, Health, Medicine, Ayurveda, Science, Economics, and Politics)

Views: 25

Tags: ACT, ATC, ATT, Anti-Corona19, Corona-19, DNA, Genome, M-RNA, T-RNA, Vaccine, More…base, codon, researchers, sequencing, stop, triplets, virus


You need to be a member of Yoga Vidya International to add comments!

Join Yoga Vidya International

© 2020   Yoga Vidya | Contact | Privacy Policy |   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service