Editorial Note on COVID-19

Journal of Cytology & Histology

ISSN: 2157-7099

Open Access

Editor Note - (2020) Volume 11, Issue 3

Editorial Note on COVID-19

Ebubekir Dirican*
*Correspondence: Ebubekir Dirican, Assistant Doctor, Department of Medical Biology, Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey, Tel: 9010925580, Email:
Department of Medical Biology, Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey

Received: 15-Mar-2020 Published: 07-May-2020 , DOI: 10.37421/: 2157-7099.21.12.e124



In the beginning, it's pneumonia with unknown cause and the only information regarding it just shared first through internet social media when peoples in China said that: "Don't go to the fish market there are signs of disease!". Latter to this, the news share from all over the world the discovery of the new Coronavirus disease which occurs in the last month of December 2019 which had been well-known latter by Coronavirus (COVID-19) as a new global challenge [1].

Particularly on the 22nd of January, 2020; China was the first time spoke to the public about the seriousness of health situation occur regarding the Coronavirus-19. However, the transitional important point of the disease had been reported when China mentioned the Air blocked of the state that recorded the disease virus for the first time which called Wuhan city on 23rd of January 2020. Later to this day, the virus started to be reported from another country outside China among the globe such as Australia where the biologist and/or virologist for the first time cultured the Coronavirus on in vitro cultures in the laboratory facilities (viruses cell line tests to allow the growth of the virus and then cultivated the virus to start on it latter the different biological scientific trails to produce the anti-agent drugs against it by using the rodents as a target tissue for the virus growth because rodents considered as the most animal model that had a tissue cell of the respiratory system closer to what the human beings had) [2].

During 2019, we have published articles on various topics which include research, review, short communication and editorials. Of which Study of Cold Stress - Induced Changes in Rat Mesovarium's Mast Cell Size and Structure in Relation with Estrous Cycle, Evaluation of Cytomorphologic Changes of Oral Mucosa and Copper Level of Saliva in Occupationally Copper Exposed, Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Normal Population, Blood Cells Ultrastructure Electron Microscopy Changes: Reflection on Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Dicer Silencing by siRNA in Cerebellar Granule [3-5].

It is normal during the unfurling COVID-19 pandemic to concentrate on crisis reaction arranging, including regulation, treatment techniques, and antibody improvement, and no one would question the requirement for these measures. Be that as it may, a crisis can likewise open a new chance for reflection and learning. Journal of Cytology & Histology is planning to release special issues should focus on "Molecular and epidemiology of Corona".

Researchers working with the novel COVID-19 aspects of pathology, epidemiology, and genetics are invited to publish their manuscripts in the above mentioned special issue.

Journal of Cytology & Histology posts its published articles in Twitter and LinkedIn accounts and also they are posted in the blogs. Every day one can find our tweets not only about the articles published in the issues but also we are providing updates regarding the topics relevant to the topics of journal.

We would like to thank all the editors and reviewers, who are supporting us continuously to publish qualified articles and information. Even though they are busy with their regular university and research works they are extending their time and knowledge for the betterment of the journal.


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