Orr et al.: "Natural Killer (NK) Cell Education & Tolerance"; it is innate antibodies (Abs) of the innate immune system that educates & trains the NK cells in recognizing 'self' patterns emergent...
by Paul Alexander
on virus-infected host cells; high-affinity & specificity, non-neutralizing COVID vaccine induced antibodies 'outcompete' innate Abs for binding to the virus; so cannot train NK cells; autoimmunity
Innate antibodies have a narrow window of opportunity for training of the innate immune system to recognize ‘self’ from ‘non-self’ components of the child. This involves the training of NK cells of the innate immune system and if this ‘training’ window is passed, the child will be vulnerable to auto-immune reactivity and pathology. The child, if the NK cells are not trained by the innate immune system, will be at risk for a range of infections (from glycosylated viruses) and even cancers. The NK cells are cytolytic or cytotoxic and kill virus infected cells or any aberrant altered cell.
We would be placing the child on a death path if we vaccinated them with these COVID vaccines. I do not how else to say this.
‘Natural killer (NK) cells play a key role in the immune response to certain infections and malignancies by direct cytolysis of infected or transformed cells and by secretion of potent immune mediators. NK cells express an array of activating receptors that recognize self-molecules. If not restrained by inhibitory receptors recognizing major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class I proteins on the surface of self cells, NK cells are able to kill normal, healthy cells. Not all NK cells express inhibitory receptors for self-MHC class I; thus, other tolerance mechanisms are necessary to prevent NK cell-mediated autoimmunity.’