….the researchers developed a decision tree to predict COVID-19 mortality. Most healthy individuals have circulating levels of the sPLA2-IIA enzyme hovering around half a nanogram per milliliter. According to the study, COVID-19 was lethal in 63% of patients who had severe COVID-19 and levels of sPLA2-IIA equal to or greater than 10 nanograms per milliliter.
“Many patients who died from COVID-19 had some of the highest levels of this enzyme that have ever been reported,” said Chilton, who has been studying the enzyme for over three decades.
Previous research has shown how the enzyme destroys microbial cell membranes in bacterial infections, as well as its similar genetic ancestry with a key enzyme found in snake venom.Like Venom Coursing Through the Body: Researchers Identify Mechanism Driving COVID-19 Mortality | University of Arizona Cancer Center
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