Endothelial layer & glycocalyx of the vasculature; how the COVID mRNA (& DNA) technology gene injection platform injections undersulfates & degrades the glycocalyx, negatively impacting immuno-

by Paul Alexander

modulation, inflammatory responses, coagulation & oxidative stress. Components of COVID vaccines e.g. DNA & mRNA material, spike protein antigen & lipid nanoparticles are involved in cytotoxic effects

COVID-19 vaccine adverse events: Evaluating the pathophysiology from an undersulfated and degraded glycocalyx perspective (essopenarchive.org)

The focus is on the perspective of an undersulfated and degraded glycocalyx, considering its impact on immunomodulation, inflammatory responses, coagulation, and oxidative stress. The paper explores various factors that lead to glutathione and inorganic sulfate depletion and their subsequent effect on glycocalyx sulfation and other metabolites, including hormones. Components of COVID-19 vaccines, such as DNA and mRNA material, spike protein antigen, and lipid nanoparticles, are involved in possible cytotoxic effects.

The common thread connecting these adverse events is endotheliopathy or glycocalyx degradation caused by depleted glutathione and inorganic sulfate levels, shear stress from circulating nanoparticles, aggregation, and formation of protein coronas, leading to imbalanced immune responses and chronic release of pro-inflammatory cytokines, ultimately resulting in oxidative stress and systemic inflammatory response syndrome.’