Corona virus; a comprehensive overview about its life cycle and pathogenecity

Authors:Nighat Zia-ud-Den,Muhammad Imran kanjal, Hasnain Nangyal
Int J Biol Med Res. 2020; 11(2): 7051-7055  |  PDF File

Abstract

Corona virus (CoV) is a forward RNA virus on its surface, containing stick-shaped spikes. It is an undesirable broad genome of RNA, with an indefinite replication system. In mammals, birds, pigs and chickens, coronaviruses cause various infections. This triggers the pathogens of the upper respiratory tract, which can lead to death due to breathing illnesses. In this article, the author briefly justify sudden occurrence of this highly pathogenic extreme lung disease and recently discovered Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV).