Coronavirus, parasites can not reproduce themselves. It needs to hijack a cell reproducing by the thousands.
Francis Collins, Director of the National Institute of Health(NIH), posted the image on Tuesday of a new copy of the Cov of newly infected cells.
“This picture is no exaggeration to say, as viral shedding, a process in which virus particles from a dead cell,”Collins wrote to the NIH Director. “This image provides us with a window into how devastating effective SARS-2 seems to be the common choice one of the main cellular mechanisms: there is only one infected cell is capable of releasing thousands of new virus particles, it can also be transmitted to other people.”
In Color Image,”orange-brown and puckered sudden”is the surface of Primate kidney cells have been infected with the coronavirus, explained Francis. Blue particles of the new virus, when ready to infect other cells.
“As you can imagine, to see the moment the virus appears, from an infected cell, you must get the timing just right,”Francis wrote.
Elizabeth Fischer, the head of the Electron Microscopy Unit at the Rocky Mountain Laboratories, a National Institutes of Health Lab, snapping the image. Viruses are too tiny to be seen with a normal microscope, so that an electron beam E to you small sample. Particle bounce, to capture the physiognomy of microorganisms, such as viruses and cells.
“Just one infected cell is capable of releasing thousands of new virus particles”
This coronavirus is still a relatively new pathogen of humans, and therefore no proven drug treatment available yet to quell the infection, the vaccine is possible At least A on closing.
That’s why infectious disease experts are emphasizing sustained social distancing and the need for hard to rise a reliable test to see who’s infected, who need to be isolated, and who can be spared.
With infectious diseases such as the new coronal virus, easily spread through the gathered people, the United States is not prepared to restore as usual life, including the reopening of many businesses and public places without the enhanced protection of workers.
“We are not anywhere near the case, you can say that you can with any credibility, the person sent back to the collective now”Michael Gusmano, a health policy expert at Rutgers University School of Public Health, told Mashable last week.