Corona virus will end with the venom of the snake

Brazilian researchers have found that the venom of a particular type of snake can eliminate the corona virus.

Corona virus will end with the venom of the snake
The venom of a particular type of snake can eliminate the corona virus.

The corona virus has created a furor in entire humanity. The process of vaccination is started in many countries of the world. Meanwhile, Brazilian researchers have found that the venom of a particular type of snake can eliminate the corona virus. Researchers have found that a molecule present in the venom significantly inhibited the growth of the corona virus in the monkey's cell. Researchers have expressed hope that it can also be tested on humans.

 A study published this month in the scientific journal Molecules found that a molecule produced by the Jaracus pit viper snake inhibited the ability of the virus in monkey cells by 75%. "We were able to show that this part of the snake's venom can inhibit a specific protein of the virus," said study author Rafael Guido, a professor at the University of So Paulo.

In the future, researchers will test its effectiveness on different amounts of the venom molecule and see if it is able to stop the virus from entering the cell in the first stage. This information was given by the State University of So Paulo, which is involved in this research. However, no time has been given regarding this.

He further explained that it is a chain of amino acids, which binds to a special type of enzyme of the corona virus. It plays an important role in the growth of the virus without harming other cells. However, at the same time, experts have called it unnecessary to hunt and catch snakes due to this.

The Jaracus snake is one of the longest snakes in Brazil. Its length is about 6 feet. These snakes live in the coastal Atlantic forests and are also found in Bolivia, Paraguay, and Argentina. At present, after this claim, the discussion has started once again on the measures to eliminate the corona virus from the root.