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Abstract:
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak has had a devastating impact on the public domain causing unprecedented cases and high deaths around the world. This has brought the concept of biosafety back into the spotlight to address biosafety concerns in developing diagnostics and therapeutics to treat COVID-19. Advances in nanotechnology and materials science combined with medicinal chemistry have provided new perspectives for addressing this crisis. The author of this article discusses the efforts of researchers in the field of materials science in developing personal protective equipment (PPE), detection devices, vaccines, drug delivery systems and medical devices. A synergistic disciplinary approach can strengthen research to develop biosafety products in solving biosafety problems.

Advances in nanotechnology applications in biosafety materials Important response to the COVID-19 pandemic

Sichuan, China | Posted on June 9, 2023

Highlights
Insights into the concept of biosafety materials to combat COVID-19 are presented.
Advances in nanotechnology to develop diagnostics and therapeutics are highlighted.
The increasing demand for PPE necessitates designing protocols for reusability.
The importance of medicinal and material chemistry in the development of vaccines and drugs to mitigate COVID-19 is discussed.
The future scope in the further development of biosafety materials to combat future pandemic outbreaks is highlighted.

Keywords: COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, Biosafety, Nanomaterials, Diagnostics, Therapy

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Rasmi V. Morajkar, Akhil S. Kumar, Rohan K. Kunkalekar, Amit A. Vernekar, Advances in nanotechnology applications in biosafety materials: Critical responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, Biosafety and Health,

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