The PGRP ( Tag7 ) protein activates the lymphoid immune cells of the organism to kill infected cells.
[Top] Activated lymphoid immune cells kill infected cells (infSC-1), but activated lymphoid immune cells do not pose a high risk to normal healthy cells.
[Bottom] Lymphatic immune cells activated by Tag7 protein are natural killer NK and CD8+ T cells.
In addition to its antibacterial effect, PGRP ( Tag7 ) protein also helps the body’s lymphoid immune cells to kill virus-infected cells.
If we can successfully use PGRP in the future, it is believed that it will have a significant positive effect on our medicine.