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8 Jun, 15 tweets, 10 min read
@lab_leak @uacjess CGGCGG is banned because it is an extremely powerful immune adjuvant. Feline coronavirus have CGGCGA precisely because CGGCGG is too immunogenic and will destroy the ability for it to persist in nature.
@lab_leak @uacjess CCACGGCGAGCA more precisely. Notice that this break up the palindrome within the sequence—CpG palindrome sequences are considered one of the best vaccine adjuvants known for mRNA vaccination. The CGGCGG itself is specifically patented as part of the adjuvant sequence.
@lab_leak @uacjess journals.asm.org/doi/abs/10.112…
In fact, it is so crippling that the ZAP protein, normally only able to restrict CpG-rich viral genomes, restricts SARS-CoV-2 just as efficiently as any other CoVs. The S gene expression is specifically restricted.
@lab_leak @uacjess The CGGCGGGCACGTAG sequence is an optimal ZAP binding sequence.
“Unexpectedly, ZAP-S reduced the levels of S-encoding and N-encoding viral mRNAs substantially (10-fold to 15-fold) more efficiently than those of the full-length SARS-CoV-2 RNAs (2-fold to 3-fold; Fig. 6C).”
@lab_leak @uacjess “Targeting of S-encoding mRNAs agrees with the reduction of S protein expression observed in the presence of ZAP”. This clearly show why CGGCGG doublets can’t appear there—especially in the S gene.
@lab_leak @uacjess CGGCGGCCGCCG fold-like structures form when CGGCGG is converted into dsRNA by the RdRp, eliminating the need for a palindrome.
@lab_leak @uacjess CGGCGG and it’s antisense sequence when paired (in a hairpin or in dsRNA), is a precise sequence asked for as an adjuvant for mRNA vaccination
@lab_leak @uacjess It is possible that the initial CCT is not CCT but CCG. SARS-CoV-2 have an extreme excess of G->T transversions during early transmission. CGGCGA is not asked for as a part of the adjuvant sequence, indicating that it is not sufficiently immunogenic to be used or studied as one.
@lab_leak @uacjess CCGCGGCGGGCACGTAG will be one of the most powerful mRNA vaccine adjuvant sequences possible— especially if converted into dsRNA by the RdRp.
@lab_leak @uacjess sciencedirect.com/science/articl…
That also include the PRRA it expresses—a powerful cross-reactive epitope even against bacteria!
@lab_leak @uacjess pnas.org/content/117/41…
It is actually a superantigen—a powerful hyperinflammation promoter site that causes an extremely strong immune response. Perfect for one-off infection with perfect sterilizing immunity. Not seen in SARS-CoV.
@lab_leak @uacjess The QTQTNSPRRAR itself is also an extremely potent superdominant T cell epitope.
@lab_leak @uacjess Bound by all MHCs.

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