The thrombotic bus: Are red blood cells agglutinating in injected people because of zeta potential disruption by spike?

Before I start, I would advise a quick read of two papers.

  1. The Role of Zeta Potential in Rh Agglutination1 and
  2. A Deadly Embrace: Hemagglutination Mediated by SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein at Its 22 N-Glycosylation Sites, Red Blood Cell Surface Sialoglycoproteins, and Antibody2
The second paper finds that the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein binds red blood cells to induce clumping. What I want to know is, what would happen if SARS-2 expressed hemagglutinin esterase? Would we see this thrombotic nightmare in certain individuals who’ve been injected with the COVID-19 products?3 I got way ahead of myself there.

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