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Advanced Nanomaterials for Preparedness Against (Re-)Emerging Viral Diseases

Authors
Kim E.Lim E.-K.GEUNSEON PARKCHAEWON PARKJONG-WOO LIMHyo LeeNa W.Yeom M.JINYOUNG KIMSong D.SEUNGJOO HAAM
Issue Date
Nov-2021
Publisher
WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH
Keywords
Nanomaterials; Advanced Nanomaterials; Viral diseases; One health
Citation
ADVANCED MATERIALS, v.33, no.47, pp.2005927-1 - 2005927-32
Journal Title
ADVANCED MATERIALS
Volume
33
Number
47
Start Page
2005927-1
End Page
2005927-32
URI
https://yscholarhub.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/2021.sw.yonsei/5251
DOI
10.1002/adma.202005927
ISSN
0935-9648
Abstract
While the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) accounts for the current global pandemic, the emergence of other unknown pathogens, named “Disease X,” remains a serious concern in the future. Emerging or re-emerging pathogens continue to pose significant challenges to global public health. In response, the scientific community has been urged to create advanced platform technologies to meet the ever-increasing needs presented by these devastating diseases with pandemic potential. This review aims to bring new insights to allow for the application of advanced nanomaterials in future diagnostics, vaccines, and antiviral therapies, thereby addressing the challenges associated with the current preparedness strategies in clinical settings against viruses. The application of nanomaterials has advanced medicine and provided cutting-edge solutions for unmet needs. Herein, an overview of the currently available nanotechnologies is presented, highlighting the significant features that enable them to control infectious diseases, and identifying the challenges that remain to be addressed for the commercial production of nano-based products is presented. Finally, to conclude, the development of a nanomaterial-based system using a “One Health” approach is suggested. This strategy would require a transdisciplinary collaboration and communication between all stakeholders throughout the entire process spanning across research and development, as well as the preclinical, clinical, and manufacturing phases.
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