"Medical science would greatly benefit AIDS research by examining the probability that live sperm in the blood stream is the virus like property that actually brakes down the immune system. Sperm cells live and develop in an acidic environment in several stages of maturation as they travel and ultimately reach the seminal vessel. Several ways sperm cells move in the more neutralized surroundings within the stomach, are discussed within the text. Sperm cells are in and out of both an acidic and a more basic, neutralized mucus environment as they travel. Alkaline secretions of the stomach wall, and juice from the pancreas, further neutralizes the sperm cell environment. Sperm cells live on.Sperm cells and undeveloped spermatoids with chromosomes are sucked from the penis causing misunderstood varieties in the gene pool characteristic of HIV-1 and HIV-2. A mucosa environment within the small intestine further supports sperm cells safely into the circulatory system. Researchers have believed for years that semen is the vessel that transports HIV. The portal vein system enables bacteria and viruses to travel back to the blood system after having contact with the intestinal tract. Sperm waste material within semen has the same domino effect.
The newly found receptor sites, CXCR4 and CCR5 support this theses. C protein is found near endothelial cells; those that make up the walls of blood vessels. The X protein explored in the text will cause a lot of excitement when reading the new publication. Researchers use the designation R to represent any alkyl group where two or more different alkyl groups are present in a molecule, thus R4 and R5. This chemistry is well explained in the text as well. Once inside the T cell, the sperm cell membrane, a thin polar body, is expelled releasing the tail. The head of the sperm cell within a plasma membrane contains a nucleus with 21 chromosomes that go into the cytoplasm of the white blood cell. Its head swells in the larger portion of the T cell. The sperm cell centriole and mitochondria are also present. Small amounts of DNA (mtDNA) in mitochondria, becomes active where tiny ribosome structures begin the synthesis of proteins, attempting to build additional proteins within the cytoplasm. Specific amino acids are carried to the ribosome where they are naturally reorganized to appropriate codons in messenger RNA. This is a natural process. As these mechanisms take place, they expand the white blood cell to the point that it bursts, destroying the T cell and the immune system. Millions of sperms cells are within a single ejaculate. They enter the circulatory system at the same time which looks like HIV is rapidly replicating; when in reality have become mass killers. The book includes an index and a glossary."