NewsFighting respiratory virus outbreaks through ‘nano-popcorn’
sensor-based rapid detection

21st January 2021by admin0
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Viral respiratory diseases are easily transmissible
and can spread rapidly across the globe, causing significant
damage. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is a testament to this. In
the past too, other viruses have caused massive respiratory disease
outbreaks: for example, a subtype of the influenza virus, the type
A H1N1 virus, was responsible for the Spanish flu and the Swine flu
outbreaks. Thus, to prevent such health crises in the future,
timely and accurate diagnosis of these viruses is crucial. This is
exactly what researchers from Korea have attempted to work toward,
in their brand-new study.

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