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  • Giovanna Rubin

Knowing the difference: viruses, bacterias and fungus.

Did you know that #Nanox technology acts against all harmful microorganisms, like: #viruses, #bacterias and #fungus?

They all look the same to us, unexperts. But if you paid attention in your biology classes, you should remember that there are some differences between the three of them. #Microbiology brings some definitions of those differences:

  • The virus does not have their own metabolic system. To survive they need a host. They’re formed of proteins and a nucleic acid. Some examples are: HIV, H1N1, dengue, rabies, and the #coronavirus - from Alphacoronavirus to #SARS-CoV-2.

  • The bacterias are living beings that can cause many diseases. They’re #prokaryotes, and can be classified as Gram Positives x Gram Negatives. Some bacterial diseases are: Cholera, leptospirosis and tuberculosis.

  • There are more than 100 thousand #fungus species in the world. The fungus have their own kingdom, the “Fungi”. Some fungal infections are mycosis and candidiasis.

We can mention a great success case of Nanox: The Antimicrobial Line of #Irani, which with the Nanox applications, obtains almost 99.99% #efficiency against pathogens.



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