Authors : Nakul Kumar; Rutvik Vyas; Surabhi Sinha; Dr. Nakul Kumar
Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 12 - December
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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7542556
An emerging area of biology and engineering
is nanobiotechnology. Due to its environmental
friendliness, using green chemistry to design and develop
biocompatible nanoparticles is always a better option.
The green chemistry method for making metal
nanoparticles has a number of advantages over
traditional synthetic techniques, including being easier,
safer, quicker, more energy-efficient, mostly one-pot
processes, less expensive, and less toxic. Noble
nanoparticles (gold, silver, and platinum) are
particularly appealing in biomedical applications due to
the presence of unusual physicochemical properties, ease
of synthesis and surface modification in the nanoscale
range, biocompatibility, and a number of other benefits.
Gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) are particularly attractive
because they are biocompatible. recent discoveries
Although the SARS-corona virus 2 infections do not
primarily affect the skin, they do in some way, either
directly or indirectly, exacerbate skin eruptions. Recent
research has shown that curcumin-mediated generated
AgNPs may play a role in RSV entrance by inhibiting
interactions with the viral surface and damaging viral
protein. Copper iodide floral extract (CuI-FE), which
has strong COVID-19 inhibitory action, was developed
via contemporary molecular docking research.
Numerous studies show that green synthesis-mediated
nanoparticles including silver, gold, zinc, copper, iron,
titanium dioxide, selenium, and cadmium have a strong
anti-viral effect. The anti-oxidant, anti-viral, antiinflammatory, anti-hive rich plant-mediated
nanoparticle synthesis was used to treat the skin
condition caused by SARS-corona virus 2 (the viral
clinical signs are itchy, hives, rashes, papules, psoriasis,
and inflammation) and (non-viral clinical signs-pressure
urticaria, contact dermatitis, and acne).
Keywords : Green synthesis; Nano-particle; Human Disease; COVID-19; Biomolecules.