A Novel Coronavirus (nCOV- 2019): A Pandemic Severe Respiratory Tract Infections by SARS COV-2 in Human

A NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (nCOV- 2019): A PANDEMIC SEVERE RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS BY SARS COV-2 IN HUMAN.

  • Vikram Jadhao Department of Pharmaceutics, R.C. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, Shirpur - 425405, India
  • Roshan Bodhe Department of Pharmaceutics, R.C. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, Shirpur - 425405, India
  • Hitendra Mahajan Department of Pharmaceutics, R.C. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, Shirpur - 425405, India
  • Vikram Jadhav Central Drug Standard Control Organization Nhava Sheva, Navi Mumbai -400707, India
  • Kishor Patil Department of Pharmaceutical Science, London Metropolitan University, Hollyway Road London -166-220, United Kingdom
  • Nupur Baheti University Department of Biotechnology, SGB University Amravati, 444602, India
  • Neha Kale University Department of Biotechnology, SGB University Amravati, 444602, India

Abstract

Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (nCOV 2019) or Coronavirus is one which is associate communicable disease amongst variety of viruses that causes cold, fever, difficulty in breathing and ultimately death. The viruses cause metabolism infections, together with the mundane cold, that square measure usually delicate, although a lot of occasional forms like respiratory illness caused by SARS-CoV-2, the illness is that the reason for the 2019–20 coronavirus irruption. It’s primarily unfolded between individuals by diminutive droplets from infected people once they breathe or cough. Individuals could have few symptoms or develop febrility, cough, and shortness of breath. Whereas Feb 2020, different countries together with European country Asian Countries enclosed within the list. Antiviral drugs being tested embrace antimalarial drug, the ribonucleic acid enzyme substance remdesivir, and triazavirin, Umifenovir (Arbidol) and darunavir were planned. Remdesivir and antimalarial drug effectively inhibit the coronavirus in vitro. Favilavir approved as experimental corona virus drug. The objective of this review article to provide basic knowledge & preliminary opinion and to provide an advice which can be proved as the best mantra for defeating nCOV. Thus this review aims to throw light to the new and exciting areas of Virology,  Replication  cycle of corona virus ,  sign & symptoms and diagnosis, Spreading of corona virus, Structural biology of corona virus, the ways of treatment with  alternative medicines  other than antiviral drugs,  and prevention in its early stage of COVID-19 , and also Current Research on Corona.


Keywords: Coronavirus, 2019-nCOV2, 2019–20 coronavirus irruption, SARS, WHO, Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC), replication of corona virus.

Keywords: Coronavirus, 019-nCOV2, 2019–20 coronavirus irruption, SARS, WHO, Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC), replication of corona virus

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Author Biographies

Vikram Jadhao, Department of Pharmaceutics, R.C. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, Shirpur - 425405, India

Department of Pharmaceutics, R.C. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, Shirpur - 425405, India

Roshan Bodhe, Department of Pharmaceutics, R.C. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, Shirpur - 425405, India

Department of Pharmaceutics, R.C. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, Shirpur - 425405, India

Hitendra Mahajan, Department of Pharmaceutics, R.C. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, Shirpur - 425405, India

Department of Pharmaceutics, R.C. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, Shirpur - 425405, India

Vikram Jadhav, Central Drug Standard Control Organization Nhava Sheva, Navi Mumbai -400707, India

Central Drug Standard Control Organization Nhava Sheva, Navi Mumbai -400707, India

Kishor Patil, Department of Pharmaceutical Science, London Metropolitan University, Hollyway Road London -166-220, United Kingdom

Department of Pharmaceutical Science, London Metropolitan University, Hollyway Road London -166-220, United Kingdom

Nupur Baheti, University Department of Biotechnology, SGB University Amravati, 444602, India

University Department of Biotechnology, SGB University Amravati, 444602, India

Neha Kale, University Department of Biotechnology, SGB University Amravati, 444602, India

University Department of Biotechnology, SGB University Amravati, 444602, India

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Jadhao V, Bodhe R, Mahajan H, Jadhav V, Patil K, Baheti N, Kale N. A Novel Coronavirus (nCOV- 2019): A Pandemic Severe Respiratory Tract Infections by SARS COV-2 in Human. JDDT [Internet]. 15Jun.2020 [cited 2Jul.2020];10(3-s):271-9. Available from: http://jddtonline.info/index.php/jddt/article/view/4120