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New Publication about Biofilm & SARS-CoV-2

The term biofilm is a relatively new (1978) generic term for aerosols of all material types that adhere to each other forming micro-communities which are mainly found on solid and liquid surfaces, both in the natural and human environment. The inherent interactive process between the micro-material (mainly bacteria and other microorganisms) constitutes a life cycle […]

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Biofilm as a SARS-CoV-2 Virus Reservoir for Fomite Transmission, the WHO’s 5th Category

Biofilm as a SARS-CoV-2 Virus Reservoir for Fomite Transmission, the WHO’s  5th Category  by N. Stephenson & W. Battistutti Protlab GPL’s editorial response to the transmission categories reported on in the WHO global study of origins. The WHO COVID-19 Origins of Sars Study of the 30th March 2021 identified ‘possible pathways of emergence’ in a 120 page […]

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Coronavirus epidemic – A risk of to our human life?

Infectious Bronchitis (IB) is the name given to a highly contagious disease of baby chicks first recorded in North Dakota in the USA in 1931. In 1937, the cause was shown to be a virus, unrelated to any known viruses and named simply ‘IB virus’ or ‘IBV’. Subsequently, investigations showed that the virus affects not […]