Furin Cleavage Site Is Key To Uncovering Covid’s Origin: Professor & Vaccine Inventor Nikolai Petrovsky Reveals ACE2 Research with Dr. Kelly Victory – Ask Dr. Drew
Nikolai Petrovsky – a professor & vaccine inventor – examined advanced computer models of animal ACE2 receptors as part of an investigation into the real origins of COVID-19. He uncovered new details that appear to conflict with the idea that SARS-CoV-2 crossed to humans through bats.
One key finding is the presence of the Furin Cleavage Site, which is unique to SARS-CoV-2. Despite theories of mutation or recombination, the origins of this site remain unclear. The spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 is highly similar to that of a coronavirus found in pangolins, leading to speculation that the pangolin may have played a role. The research appears to suggest that the virus was already adapted to infect humans at the start of the pandemic, as it bound most strongly to human ACE2 receptors compared to other animal receptors studied.
Professor Nikolai Petrovsky, founder and research director of Vaxine, is a world-renowned expert in vaccine development and immunology. He has published over 200 peer-reviewed original research papers as well as many reviews and book chapters and has won multiple awards and prizes including a 2010 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, and 2013 BioPharma Asian Executive of the Year Award.
He is an inventor on multiple vaccine patents and has been awarded over 50 million dollars in vaccine grants including from US and Australian government funding bodies. He developed Covax-19 / SpikoGen® vaccine that was approved for use in Iran in October 2021, becoming the first successful human vaccine developed in Australia in the last 40 years.
Find his company at https://vaxine.net