Abstract

Research Article

COVID-19 New variant and air pollution relationship: how airborne mutagens agent can act on genoma viruses expression: Hypothesis of work

Luisetto M*, Naseer Almukthar, Gamal Abdul Hamid, Tarro G, Khaled Edbey, Nili BA, Ghulam Rasool Mashori, Ahmed Yesvi Rafa and Latyshev O Yu

Published: 16 February, 2021 | Volume 5 - Issue 1 | Pages: 022-031

Before actual COVID-19 pandemia coronavirus was not so dangerous like now.

In December 2019 - January 2020 in Wuhan first and then in other places this coronavirus was responsible of a first wave of severe pulmonitis responsible of many deaths.

Wuhan and other region involved first was high level air polluted and industrial area.

New COVID-19 variant in last part of 2020 and in first month of 2021 was responsible of great diffusion of this pandemic disease.

UK, South Africa and brasilian new variant show higher diffusion then the first wave of COVID-19.

Aim of this work is to analyze relationship with air pollution and the possibility that mutagen substantia inside of this microenvironment can produce new variant trough an genetic pressure process.

RNA viruses are normally subjected by natural mutation but some phenomena can contribute to accelerate this process and their airborne – aeresols microenvironment is relevant.

Some air pollutants are recognized as mutagen factors by literature.

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Keywords:

Air pollution; Environmental toxicology; COVID-19 new variant; Mutagen; Particulate matter; NO2; Benzo-a-pyrene; Cause-effect relationship; Direct or indirect actions

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