What we need to have to fight it.
Identification of damaging units of RNA
Protease reduction at site of entry. Something to absorb the hydrolysis., or at the very least move it away from the affected areas.
The 5’ methylated CH3 chain can be blocked by using Flash Photolysis to destroy the hydrogen that cuts into the amino acid/peptide. Breaking the chain so that the methylated cap binds to itself (shown how later) leaving only C Remainder bond open for set up.
Couldnt we intercept the Triple adenine base messenger RNA with Uracil or even Guanine if they can make it through and then flash them as well if its even needed as it could become inert at that point. At which the Damaging RNA is connectionless. Just within the cell.
So what we could build is a chain of Uracil since they’re hydrogen bonding, and excite them with an extra electron and add them to the end of the adenine seeing as you need 6 hydrogen to Uricils 4 meaning you would just excite three or add in addition hydrogen as needed (so that they are no longer strong enough for hydrolysis towards the host RNA). So it’s a matter of folding the carbon in on itself through propulsed flashing and then swinging it to bond to the other end of the virus making them inert. Shaped similarly like a pringle, I suppose.
So what happens if we insert these builds into the system through a breathing device after they’ve been flashed so that the farthest depth can be reached within the body making sure that the red blood cells carry the good stuff to the damaged area, so that they reach the cells that are affected, transfer into the systems of the cells, or at least bump into them, and cause the folding from interferons doing their duty once they realize that the virus is now inert and they can take it as waste to be disposed of while alerting other cells for the same infection.
But how to do this within a syringe. Flashing seems simple enough to, rapidly done over the body. Painful and dangerous perhaps due to the weakened state of the patient. Perhaps an IV that keeps the body cool and creates a greater heat difference between the virus RNA and the cell its infecting so that they can be found and flashed without bringing the overall temperature of the human body into unsafe measures.
Then it’s a matter of developing an interferon that can be made outside the body such as within inert viruses at differing temperatures and with the inert virus folded (showing that it can be done so first) so that it knows to attack it, which is should naturally know because its an unknown. Though it may present fever which may worsen people’s respiratory infections. Then those are injected through a shot and the body takes in the interferons and teaches it to immunize against the Coronavirus.
If I had more information at hand about the complexity of it’s structure I could build a better road map. So lets call this a trial run, since I have no laboratory.