Why are some people more likely to become severe patients with new crown?

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 Why are some people more likely to become severe patients with new crown?


There is also evidence novel coronavirus pneumonia is more likely to occur in people with type AB and B blood, but this association is not statistically significant. This means that the trend may be accidental rather than practical. People are still learning, and more research is needed to determine and clarify these correlations.

The novel coronavirus pneumonia is associated with apolipoprotein E gene in second genes. Apolipoprotein E gene plays a role in maintaining normal levels of cholesterol and other fats in the blood, which is essential for maintaining the health of brain neurons. There are three apolipoprotein E genotypes: E2, E3 and E4. Each person has two apolipoprotein E genotypes, which are inherited from both parents. There are six possible genotype combinations (E2 / E2, E2 / E3, E2 / E4, E3 / E3, E3 / E4, E4 / E4).

Inheriting one or two apolipoprotein E genotypes E4 is associated with an increased risk of dementia, especially if someone inherits two E4 (E4 / E4). Dementia is novel coronavirus pneumonia novel coronavirus pneumonia. Those with dementia and at least one apolipoprotein E genotype E4 are at greater risk of dying of new crown pneumonia.

The novel coronavirus pneumonia was detected in a hospital in biomedical database hospital, and the relationship between apolipoprotein E genotype E4 and new crown pneumonia was examined in a study. These patients were positive for new crown virus between March 16, 2020 and April 26th. People with two apolipoprotein E genotypes E4 were more likely to be positive for new coronavirus detection than those with two apolipoprotein E genotypes E3. After participants eliminated symptoms novel coronavirus pneumonia, such as dementia, hypertension, coronary heart disease and type two diabetes, the same was true. In order to further understand these and other gene correlations, we should consider adding some basic gene tests to the new coronavirus test, so that we can better understand and predict who is at greater risk of disease, who is more likely to develop severe disease or die as a result. According to Xinhua, source: Geng Yuanyuan, editor in charge of Beijing Youth Daily_ NJ5571

The novel coronavirus pneumonia was detected in a hospital in biomedical database hospital, and the relationship between apolipoprotein E genotype E4 and new crown pneumonia was examined in a study. These patients were positive for new crown virus between March 16, 2020 and April 26th. People with two apolipoprotein E genotypes E4 were more likely to be positive for new coronavirus detection than those with two apolipoprotein E genotypes E3. After participants eliminated symptoms novel coronavirus pneumonia, such as dementia, hypertension, coronary heart disease and type two diabetes, the same was true.

In order to further understand these and other gene correlations, we should consider adding some basic gene tests to the new coronavirus test, so that we can better understand and predict who is at greater risk of disease, who is more likely to develop severe disease or die as a result. According to Xinhua News Agency