Journal of Computer Science & Systems Biology

ISSN: 0974-7230

Open Access

Current Issue

Volume 14, Issue 2 (2021)

    Editorial Note Pages: 1 - 1

    Editorial on Tactile Detecting Framework Impersonating Human Tactile Perception

    Maria Jorge

    Tactile avatar is a fake material insight and discernment framework utilized as a proxy for human tactile cognizance with potential to create smooth or delicate and unpleasant material sensations by its client. In another report presently distributed on Advanced Science, scientists utilized a piezoelectric material sensor to record shifting actual data including pressure, temperature, hardness, sliding speed and surface geography.

    Editorial Note Pages: 1 - 1

    Editorial on Virtual Reality Causes Measure Weakness to Stretch

    Maria Jorge

    Social researchers have built up a virtual simulation test that evaluates an individual's weakness to stretch while investigating vivid conditions. The subsequent model offers the field of pressure research one of the principal such apparatuses that doesn't depend on abstract assessments.

    Editorial Note Pages: 1 - 1

    Editorial on Robots Stretchy 'Skin' Sensor for Human Sensation

    Maria Jorge

    Researchers have made a fiber-optic sensor that joins ease LEDs and colours, bringing about a stretchable ''skin'' that identifies distortions like pressing factor, bowing and strain. This sensor could give delicate automated frameworks and anybody utilizing increased reality innovation the capacity to feel the very rich, material vibes that warm blooded creatures reply upon to explore the common world.

    Review Article Pages: 1 - 8

    The Gut Microbiome versus COVID-19

    Olga Vasieva and Igor Goryanin

    The digestive system is an environmental frontline involving digestive secretions, intestinal cell metabolism, and gut microbiome that significantly
    modulate multiple functions in organisms. Understanding the ‘gut-lung axis’, where gut residential microbiota play important roles, may help in
    the development of better prophylactics and intervention strategies for diseases caused by respiratory viruses, including coronavirus disease of
    2019 (COVID-19). Gastrointestinal symptoms are common in COVID-19 patients and are generally indicative of disease complications. As we
    have learned so far, diarrhea and gut dysbiosis during SARS-CoV-2 infection should not be ignored, as they can be used to distinguish pathways
    of dysregulation of the immune system and the regulatory pathways upstream and downstream of viral primary binding receptors such as ACE2.
    This review presents evidence of microbiome signatures in the gut and respiratory system that may predict the severity and long-term outcomes
    of COVID-19. Understanding the factors (such as pro-inflammatory trends, modulation of metabolite availability, and impact on cell signaling and
    pathogenic properties) translating the effect of microbiome composition on the severity of respiratory infections should help in the development of
    new approaches for health monitoring, disease prevention, and treatment.

    Editorial Note Pages: 1 - 1

    Editorial on Secure Mobile Contact Tracing

    Maria Jorge

    For general public authorities, contact tracing remaining parts basic to dealing with the spread of the Covid-especially as apparently variations of the infection could be more contagious.

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