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Effect Measure – Grippe aviaire et cellules sanguines November 8th, Est ce un autre morceau du puzzle? A nous de voir. November 8, 7: We know that a bird-like receptor that the virus can use to get into cells is found in several other organs, including the lining of blood vessels and neural tissues. Central nervous system involvement is frequently a hallmark of fatal bird flu cases. The virus probably gets to a avaire of other organs, as well. An examination of the blood of a fatal case in a pregnant woman suggests answer — white blood cells: In the present study, we investigated organs obtained at autopsy from an H5N1 virus-infected pregnant woman and from her fetus in an attempt to study the mechanism of systemic dissemination of H5N1 virus.
Neutrophils were abundant in the placenta, and therefore, we evaluated blood cells in the placental villi autopaie at autopsy to determine whether neutrophils were infected by H5N1 virus.
These cells may serve as a viral carrier in systemic circulation and may cause multiple organ infection, as was reported elsewhere. The neutrophils are like wandering policemen, engulfing foreign particles, bacteria, viruses and whatnot, and digesting them so they are no longer harmful.
In this case it seems they have somehow internalized H5N1 virus, either by their normal “gobbling” process or because they have receptors on their surfaces that allow the virus to enter the cell and infect it.
Once inside the aviaore we don’t know if the virus becomes disabled or remains infective. If the former, it may still cause the neutrophil to die, thus imparing the immune response, and if the latter, it may be the way the virus gets around the body, inside a cell and protected by antibodies in the serum.
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