A REVIEW ON INNOVATIVE DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES FOR VIRAL DISEASES
Author(s):
Dr. Jaya Bharti, Suresh Kumar Mahaseth, Jesbin Johnson
Keywords:
Diagnostic technique, re-emerging, COVID 19, RT-PCR PCR, LAMP, microarrays
Abstract
Involvement of specific and accurate diagnostic techniques is a key feature to identify and control the spread of emerging and re-emerging viral infection. However, continue improvement in diagnostics techniques are required to capture the new, emergent, and highly divergent viruses. The new pandemic of SARSCoV2 has increased the efforts of clinical laboratories to speedily develop highly reliable diagnostic assay in order to effectively and accurately diagnose this infection, therefore limiting the spread of infection. While the structural and molecular characteristics of the SARSCoV2 were primarily unknown but various diagnostic strategies make it possible to make a correct diagnosis of COVID19 which are developed by private research laboratories and biomedical companies. The various immune based assay and Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) are the basic techniques that give the platform for advance and proficient diagnostics techniques such as real-time RT-PCR, loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP), polymerase spiral reaction (PSR), biosensors, microarrays and next generation sequencing.
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Unique Paper ID: 155037

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 12

Page(s): 1625 - 1639
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