Month: February 2021

How we can classify viruses? | viral classification

How we can classify viruses?

Viruses could be classified based on size and shape, chemical composition and structure of the genome, and mode of replication. Here we are going to discuss how we can classify viruses based on morphology, genome composition, virion size, messenger RNA synthesis, and Baltimore classification. How we can classify viruses? Classification of virus Based on morphology: …

Role of nano-vaccine for respiratory infection

Role of nano-vaccine for respiratory infection

Commonly respiratory viruses are contagious viruses that cause respiratory infections. These viruses harm the respiratory system and cause infection in the body. Here we are going to discuss the role of nano-vaccine for respiratory infection and the use of nanoparticles against respiratory viruses. What are Respiratory Viruses? Respiratory viruses are types of viruses that are …

Nanobiotechnology & Nanocoating technology applications

nanocoating technology applications

What is Nano-coating? Nano-coating is a process of depositing a film of about 100 nm on a substrate to improve certain properties or impart new functions. Nano coating is a coating created by the procedure of some constituents at the nanoscale to attain desired properties. Nanocoatings are characterized as nanocrystalline, multilayer coatings with a separate …

How cryopreservation is done? | Mechanism

How cryopreservation is done?

What is Cryopreservation? Cryopreservation meaning: Cryo is derived from the Greek word which means frost. Cryopreservation generally means preservation in a “frozen state.” Cryopreservation is a procedure that is used to store many organelles, extracellular matrix, tissues, organs, or cells at a very low temperature of about -196⁰C to prevent it to damage by the …