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ACE2: the molecule that helps coronavirus invade your cells
by David C. Gaze
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13 May 2020
On 13 May 2020 The Conversation reported:
The more we learn about the science behind COVID-19, the more we are beginning to understand the vital role a single molecule in our bodies plays in how we contract the disease. That molecule, angiotensin-converting enzyme 2, or ACE2, essentially acts as a port of entry that allows the coronavirus to invade our cells and replicate. It occurs in our lungs, but also in our heart, intestines, blood vessels and muscles. And it may be behind the vastly different death rates we are seeing between men and women.
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