Virus Level Interactions

Virus Level Interactions

Background

Virus Level Interactions

The virus is small and simple in structure, it contains only one type of nucleic acid (DNA or RNA). It is a non-cellular organism that must parasitize in living cells and proliferate in a replication manner. Therefore, when the virus leaves the host cell, it becomes a chemical substance that has no life activities and cannot reproduce independently. However, viruses can interact with many substances. For example, when infecting a host, the first step is to interact with the host cell. There can be multiple viruses in the host (co-infection), which provides opportunities for interaction between viruses. According to Darwin, this is social interaction. With the development of science and technology, nanoparticles have been widely used in anti-virus, and their unique bionic properties have greatly improved drug delivery systems. Therefore, studying the virus-nanoparticle interaction can greatly help us speed up the process of preventing, detecting, and treating diseases.

Our Services

Highlights

  • Provides multiple verification methods
  • Upgraded technology platform
  • Able to handle samples with low interactions
  • Data can be directly used for article publication
  • Cost-effective

Creative Proteomics' expert team includes experienced virologists, biologists, bioinformatics analysts, etc., combined with powerful technology platforms, we can help customers complete the detection and analysis of virus-related interactions, save time and money for customers while obtaining high-quality data. We are honored to be your competent research assistant.

References

  1. White, M.K.; et al. Viruses and human cancers: a long road of discovery of molecular paradigms. Clinical Microbiology Reviews. 2014, 27(3): 463-481.
  2. Rossmann, M.G. Structure of viruses: a short history. Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics. 2013, 46(2): 133-180.
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