When looked from electron microscope the Corona viruses looks like, round and protruding like a crown. Because of this reason they named Corono which means crown in Latin. Many other coronavirüses from the coronavirüs family cause milder diseases with milder symptoms than the new coronavirus. That is why coronaviruses have not caused any panic when … Continue reading What is Covid-19?
Symptoms occur after the incubation period ranging from 2-14 days after infection with virus. Covid-19 disease has a new symptoms day by day among them the main and most common symptoms are known as high fever headache and dry cough that continue  for several days. However, in some patients,the following symptoms are observed. Shortness of … Continue reading What are the Symptoms of Covid-19?
Since the virus mainly spreads from person to person taking very simple but important measures will take great steps towards preventing the disease. WHO ( Wold Health Organization ) makes the following recommendations for virus protection: Wash your hands soap or hand sanitizer can kill the virus. Wear a mask in crowded places and when … Continue reading How To Be Protected From Covid-19
WHAT IS PCR? Polymerase chain reaction (PCR), sometimes called "molecular photocopying," is a common laboratory technique used to amplify a segment of DNA of interest or produce lots of copies. In other words, PCR enables you to produce millions of copies of a specific DNA sequence from an initially small sample – sometimes even a single copy. In PCR, for … Continue reading Covid-19 RT-PCR Test
When antigenes administered to the  organizm, they cause the immune systems reactions against them and this reaksiyon is the reason why moleculess that form a complex with antibodies. Antigens can be microorganisms, as well as fats, carbohydrates, chemicals, enzymes, mostly proteins which are foreign to the organism. Antigen tests are also the tests that check … Continue reading Covid-19 Antigenin Tests