Coronaviruses, Vaccines, Nanoparticles, Diagnostic Nanoparticles
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More than 2 years have passed since the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak began, and many challenges that existed at the beginning of this pandemic have been solved. Some countries have been able to overcome this global challenge by relying on vaccines against the virus, and vaccination has begun in many countries. Many of the proposed vaccines have nanoparticles as carriers, and there are different nano-based diagnostic approaches for rapid detection of the virus. In this review article, we briefly examine the biology of SARS-CoV-2, including the structure of the virus and what makes it pathogenic, as well as describe biotechnological methods of vaccine production, and types of the available and published nano-based ideas for overcoming the virus pandemic. Among these issues, various physical and chemical properties of nanoparticles are discussed to evaluate the optimal conditions for the production of the nano-mediated vaccines. At the end, challenges facing the international community and biotechnological answers for future viral attacks are reviewed.
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Nanomaterials, v. 12, issue 9, art. 1602
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Kianpour, Maryam; Akbarian, Mohsen; and Uversky, Vladimir N., "Nanoparticles for Coronavirus Control" (2022). Molecular Medicine Faculty Publications. 1002.