One fifth of Finno-Ugric peoples is not subjected to AIDS, scientists of Novosibirsk Institute for Cytology and Genetics concluded. In order to live and reproduce in human organism, virus should get into microphages. But it cannot get through the membrane by its own means, and therefore it uses a certain albumen-receptor. If a human being does not have a gene of such an albumen, virus cannot get into a cell, consequently it does not represent any danger, IMA Press reports. Such mutation was observed at peoples of Western Siberia, Udmurts and Mordvinians. Besides, the scientists worked out a system to reveal people with this mutation.
Following the missile attack on the Black Sea Fleet headquarters in Crimea, Russia will obliterate airfields in Western Ukraine where Sukhoi Su-24 bombers are stationed