In 2011, French biologist Jules Hoffmann won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for discovering the inherent immune system that constitutes the main line of defense against billions of germs and viruses and eliminates them before they are able to target the cells that are targeted by these invading bodies that move with a precision matched only by the accuracy of a device. Immunity, which is the backbone of human health, and on which the world relies today in this fierce battle it is waging against "Covid-19". That discovery marked a historic turning point in the research pathways for developing vaccines and decoding the complex immune system on which this research is based.


Hoffman says that the genetic rolling of the dice, in addition to the health profile, will depend on the outcome of the struggle against the emerging corona virus and the conditions for coexistence with it in the future. After months of clinical observation and scientific studies that showed the extent of the discrepancy between the symptoms of injuries and the variation in their levels of severity, the scientific community is confident that these large individual differences are the main puzzle that needs to be deciphered in order to be able to eliminate the epidemic.


The researchers at the La Joya Institute say that what is meant by the adaptive naming of these cells is that they respond to the requirements of the environment in which they move to defend the cells that are exposed to foreign body attacks, and reach a kind of understanding with him to begin to secrete antagonists and cellular receptors specialized in identifying the virus and then eliminating it .


The researchers describe what is happening as a change in the genetic nature of cells that reconfigure and alter their functions to regulate the attack on the invading foreign body, generating a wide range of antagonists with multiple capacities and functions. And when one of these antigens is able to eliminate the virus, a message arrives to the cell that produced it carrying orders for it to multiply more than the rest of the cells.


One of the important findings of this study is the existence of a causal relationship between the lack of coordination in the response of the immune system on the one hand and the severity of infections caused by the virus on the other hand, and that this lack of coordination, or its lack, is exacerbated after a person reaches the age of sixty-five. He explains that this age group is the one that registers the largest number among the victims of "Covid-19".


It is known that these intelligent functions of the immune system are almost limited to the bone marrow cells, which are considered "the mother of cells". Science did not discover the secrets of its genetic system until the late 1980s thanks to the research of the Japanese scientist Susumu Tonegawa.


Scientists stress the need for health systems to include long-term plans to strengthen the natural and generating immune system to confront the coming pandemics, from which vaccines will be the only weapon to protect against in the jungles of viral nature.


The researchers say that it is not possible to rely much on the immunity of the herd, which is not achieved until a long period has passed after it has left in its way severe human and material damage, as well as it is not known yet how effective the antibodies generated from infection with the virus will last after recovery, Nor is it effective in facing the epidemic, and if it is sufficient to prevent the virus from spreading from healthy to another.