Scientists from the University of Michigan discovered that the development of a famous tert-butylhydroquinone diet, unusual for E319, is affecting the body's protective response to flu, at least in mice. In addition, this area is usually present in many foods, for example, in frozen meat, in crackers and in chips.
Experts believe that exposure to E319 is a continuation of influenza. In addition, consumption of flu can reduce the impact of influenza against influenza, as it affects T. cells We explain that they are a form of defense against a immune system. the race. Such white blood cells are divided into killers T (recognizing and destroying damaged cells) and assistants (strengthen the response protecting noise).
When someone can be bitten by a flu virus, helpers manage the immune system and help coordinate the response to a path attack. At the same time, t-killers find cells in the disease and destroy them.
Experts carried out a series of tests to analyze how the food E319 affects the process. They fed one group of mice with food, and the other part was controlled by the other.
It seems that T-helper cells and k-T players moved so quickly in animals that eat E319. All this caused the corpse to be worse.
“Our research showed that there was a weak reduction in the mice of E319 in their diet as a result of influenza. In our model, E319 blocked the operation of two types of T cells, cells of aid and dead cells. then the effects of influenza, 'said Robert Freeborn from the University of Michigan.
Freeborn recommends that E319 causes the effects of introducing special protections that prevent the immune system.
“The expression of these proteins, CTLA-4 and IL-10, was applied in two different modules we used in the laboratory. introduce a scientist.
What is interesting is that the animals live longer with the animals when they leave with other flu-like flu, and the animals last longer live with the animals E319. In addition, these mice lost more weight than others.
Authors think that the snack is a high level of protection. The last one sets up the immune system to fight the new disease, Freeborn explains.
A high level of protection response is essential for vaccine efficiencies, so the virus has the potential to reduce the effectiveness of flu vaccines.
Similarly, T-lymphocytes are involved in the protective response of a number of diseases, so so much more can go further with other diseases, giving birth.
As mentioned above, E319 is a very common blow which will often be used to prevent damage to goods. Today it is difficult to know if you use E319 for food or not, as the insurance does not always appear on the leaflets, Freebourn notes. It is used in cooking, for example, in the oil used to chip chips.
In his opinion, the best way to prevent disruption is to carefully select E319 food products. The kiln is probably used to fix cars. A diet of less fat and less use of prepared foods and snacks will therefore help reduce the E319 effect on the body.
Freeborn also says the annual flu vaccine is the best way to prevent the disease. Despite having the flu even even after you have been vaccinated, a vaccine, as shown in previous surveys, is reducing greatly and the severity of the disease.
Freeborn and his research team are currently planning to use a human blood sample to investigate how E319 affects human beings' activity.
According to scientists, the link that has been found could explain why seasonal flu remains a serious threat to global health. According to some estimates, from 290,000 to 650 thousand people around the world die every year from flu-related respiratory problems.
The authors presented the results of their research at the annual meeting of the American Association for Psychiatry and Diagnostic Certificate (ASPET), held in April 6-9 in Orlando.
The project's authors said "Vesti.Nauka" (nauka.vesti.ru) in the past that bacteria in a person's nose help to protect against flu viruses, and the disease is related to an infection. depending on the time of the day.