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AuthorSharifi, Majid
AuthorHasan, Anwarul
AuthorHaghighat, Setareh
AuthorTaghizadeh, Akbar
AuthorAttar, Farnoosh
AuthorBloukh, Samir Haj
AuthorEdis, Zehra
AuthorXue, Mengzhou
AuthorKhan, Suliman
AuthorFalahati, Mojtaba
Available date2020-10-28T06:22:04Z
Publication Date2021-02-01
Publication NameTalantaen_US
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.talanta.2020.121704
CitationSharifi, M., Hasan, A., Haghighat, S., Taghizadeh, A., Attar, F., Bloukh, S. H., . . . Falahati, M. (2021). Rapid diagnostics of coronavirus disease 2019 in early stages using nanobiosensors: Challenges and opportunities. Talanta, 223 doi:10.1016/j.talanta.2020.121704
ISSN00399140
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URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/16820
AbstractThe rapid outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) around the world is a tragic and shocking event that demonstrates the unpreparedness of humans to develop quick diagnostic platforms for novel infectious diseases. In fact, statistical reports of diagnostic tools show that their accuracy, specificity and sensitivity in the detection of COVID hampered by some challenges that can be eliminated by using nanoparticles (NPs). In this study, we aimed to present an overview on the most important ways to diagnose different kinds of viruses followed by the introduction of nanobiosensors. Afterward, some methods of COVID-19 detection such as imaging, laboratory and kit-based diagnostic tests are surveyed. Furthermore, nucleic acids/protein- and immunoglobulin (Ig)-based nanobiosensors for the COVID-19 detection infection are reviewed. Finally, current challenges and future perspective for the development of diagnostic or monitoring technologies in the control of COVID-19 are discussed to persuade the scientists in advancing their technologies beyond imagination. In conclusion, it can be deduced that as rapid COVID-19 detection infection can play a vital role in disease control and treatment, this review may be of great help for controlling the COVID-19 outbreak by providing some necessary information for the development of portable, accurate, selectable and simple nanobiosensors.
Languageen
PublisherElsevier B.V.
SubjectCoronavirus
SubjectCOVID-19
SubjectDiagnostics
SubjectGlobal health
SubjectNanobiosensors
TitleRapid diagnostics of coronavirus disease 2019 in early stages using nanobiosensors: Challenges and opportunities
TypeArticle Review
Volume Number223
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