PropertylistNG: A Global Marketplace for Renting, Selling and Leasing Property

PropertylistNG: A Global Marketplace for Renting, Selling and Leasing Property PropertylistNG is a global marketplace for renting, selling and leasing property. PropertylistNG offers a one-stop shop for all your property needs. Whether you're looking for a new home, an investment property or commercial premises, they have everything you need to make the whole process easy and attractive! PropertylistNG is a user-friendly platform that makes it easy to find the right property for you. You can search by location, price range or type of property, and view listings from around the world. If you're interested in renting, selling or leasing property, PropertylistNG is the perfect place to start your search. PropertylistNG is a global real estate marketplace with a focus on delivering cheap homes, offices, malls, and retail spaces. They are dedicated to minimizing the burden people experience when renting, selling, purchasing, and leasing homes around the globe. Their mission is to help real estate brokers and developers make the most money while offering millions of people a stress-free place to live, by managing and maintaining peoples properties from A to Z. PropertylistNG offer a wide range of services that helps clients with all their housing needs. From finding the perfect home or office space to fit their budget, to negotiating the best price for their property. “They provide great services. Customer satisfaction has always been their priority. I like them for that.”
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Kamatacrypto.com Launches Africa Tokens Giving Away Free Bitcoin and Ethereum dividends

Plus, staking APY of 121306.21%. Dar es salaam, Tanzania - (July 21, 2022) Kamatacrypto.com is a cryptocurrency investment platform targeting the African continent (1.2 billion people) and the supporting global community. Kamatacrypto.com recently announced it has introduced two new reward, rebasing tokens that pay free dividends to investors in Bitcoin and Ethereum. Bitcoin Africa ($BTCA) and Ethereum Africa ($ETHA) reward tokens, both decentralized and developed on the bep20 network, are poised to be the fastest growing tokens on the continent. The Kamatacrypto.com coins offer a unique reward program. Traditionally, cryptocurrency investors must buy and sell tokens to realize any return on investment. All Bitcoin Africa ($BTCA) and Ethereum Africa ($ETHA) investors will receive dividends from commissions earned from the Kamatacrypto.com platform deposited directly in their account wallet providing immediate liquidity while Bitcoin is at its lowest price point. Investors in Bitcoin Africa ($BTCA) and Ethereum Africa ($ETHA) Reward Tokens holders also will receive daily staking fees of APY 121306.21% In addition, free rewards of $BTC and Ethereum $ETH. Kamatacrypto.com is the only token committed to African investors spending and buying culture. Imagine received Bitcoin or Ethereum dividends deposited into your wallet every 1 hr. Staking rewards are deposited every 30min with a potential APY return of 121306.21% this type of token will change the lives of so many Africans.

Prolectin-M: First Oral Antiviral Class of Drug to Block SARS-CoV-2 Entry

In order to truly grasp the magnitude of the finding in this latest journal article about blocking SARS-CoV-2 entry, the audience needs to first understand the mechanism of action (MOA) of the different types of antivirals. The classic definition of an antiviral is a drug that interferes with the replication process of the virus once it has entered the host cell. All antiviral drugs like Paxlovid, Molnupiravir, Remdesivir, Bemnifosbuvir, Bequinar, Tollovir, and Tempol ultimately interfere with the replication process inside the cell at least via one mechanism. The other school of thought is to keep the virus outside the cell and prevent it from entering. This subset of antiviral drugs is called an entry inhibitor. All viruses need help getting inside a host cell and what viruses can do is actually trick the cell into opening up the door to let them in. The primary entry receptor in SARS-CoV-2 is the ACE2 receptor along with TMPRSS as an essential primer. The idea behind entry inhibitors is to block the cellular receptors making docking with the cell impossible. Inhibitors of SARS-CoV-2 Entry: Current and Future Opportunities Another way to stop cellular entry is to simply bind with the spike protein. This is actually the primary function of neutralizing antibodies. Antibody formation is the immune system’s typical response to viral or bacterial infection that prevents cellular entry. Monoclonal antibodies from Regeneron, Eli Lilly, AstraZeneca, and GSK/Vir Biotechnology were developed to attach to the tip of the spike protein. Not only did these monoclonal antibodies prevent the virus from entering the cell, but it also marked the viral particle for destruction by the immune systems phagocytes. Monoclonal antibodies are not only expensive to produce, but also very vulnerable to viral mutations leading to immune escape whereby the antibody might be able to attach to the virus but it cannot neutralize it and prevent cellular entry. With the advent of the latest BA.5 variant, the utility of the vaccines to neutralize infection is over based on a recent NEJM article. Vaccinated, unvaccinated, and people with immunity from prior infection are all vulnerable to the latest BA.5 variant which is now comprising 65% of infections in the United States.
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I lost everything on a night out - now I’m creating the UK’s first double-sided proof of age ID card so no one has to worry about their passport again A London woman who had her passport, driving licence and bank card stolen while on a night out has created the UK’s first double-sided proof of age ID and contactless smart card so the people of the UK can enjoy their days and nights out with peace of mind. While working as an events manager during a show at the Royal Albert Hall, Dannii Joyette-Hadaway (36) noticed that everyone at the venue - including backstage crew and celebrity guests who had to leave their bags backstage - required photo ID. It wasn’t until a night out with her friends in Shoreditch where all of her belongings were stolen, however, that she started to think of how to combat a constant need to carry important documentation. “When we got back from the dancefloor we realised all of our bags had been rifled through and everything was gone. Our purses, passports, driving licences and bank cards”. Dannii then had to spend the next few weeks going through the convoluted (and expensive) process of getting all of her ID cards back - setting them back over £100 each. “First you go through all the initial stress of having all of your valuables taken, then there’s the added stress of replacing all of them. It made me realise that the current system makes no sense. Why on earth do people need to take their most important documents with them every day? Especially when they’re going for a night out and putting themselves in a state where they’re much more likely to lose their documentation”.