Evaluating Persistent Symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 Infection byPrecision Medicine


Author(s): Antonio Steardo*

During these two years, the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic spread fast, killing people as surely as the global war. Step by step, research revealed several aspects of this plague. Understanding the essential etio-pathological characteristics of SARS-CoV-2 infection is necessary to outline discuss and assess its pathogenic mechanism and proceed with proper viral behaviours assessment. Coronaviruses are enveloped by positive-sense and negative-sense RNA viruses. Their characteristic is a characteristic long spike protein projecting from the surface. These viruses have an unusual huge RNA genome (that is up to 33.5 kilobases). These viruses are the largest Noroviruses; the order includes Coronaviridiae and includes the order which includes the Coronaviridae, Arteriviridneae, Mesonivirideae, and Ronivirideae families. Coronaviruses have two subfamilies, Corinaviridea Orthocoronavirinae and Torviridiae Letovirinae. The taxonomy subdivides Orthocoronavirinae Coronaviridiae into different genera, e.g., the alfa, the beta, and gamma Coronaviruses. The coronavirus virion structure of coronaviruses is spherical with a diameter of 125 nm.