The hottest Taiwanese Professor develops anti SARS

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Professor Lin Jiangzhen of the Institute of chemical engineering of Chung Hsing University in Taiwan recently extracted nano silicon chips with special capture characteristics from natural clay, which can capture proteins, organic polymers and viruses on the surface of silicon chips and affect the tertiary structure of naked DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) or proteins. The research team believes that the improvement of effective resolution is at the expense of dynamic performance (bandwidth), which can capture SARS virus and inhibit its replication response

the R & D team used low concentration nano silicon aqueous solution to study and found that the surface of nano silicon contains negative charges, which can adsorb various organic and biological molecules including viruses, effectively prevent the DNA replication reaction of viruses, and further destroy and enhance the communication and exchange of proteins and DNA in the industry. The virus is not easy to desorb after being caught. This study has been confirmed by polymerase chain reaction experiment

Lin Jiangzhen said that the nano silicon chip made of natural clay will become a new theory and application of antibacterial because of its capture characteristics of organic molecules in 2012. In the future, nano silicon wafers can be used to weave masks, gauze, protective clothing, or spray on general environment, hospital walls and appliances. There is no need to worry that recycling protective clothing contaminated by viruses will cause secondary pollution

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