Scientists have released photos of coronavirus-infected cells

Image Courtesy of Ehre Lab, UNC School of Medicine

WASHINGTON: Scientists have released photos of coronavirus-infected respiratory cells developed in the laboratory. It describes how many viruses are generated in each cell in the lungs.

Other researchers, including Camille E4 of the University of North Carolina Children's Research Institute, have taken this photo to explain how severe the SARS-COV-2 infection in the respiratory tract can be. This graphic photo can be easily understood. High-powered unmanned aerial photographs show large numbers of viral particles in the human respiratory tract to spread infections throughout the tissue and infect other people.

In the study, scientists introduced the innovative coronavirus 'SARS-COV-2' into the human bronchi epithelial cell in human lungs. 96 hours later, they studied it under a high-powered scanning electron microscope.

Image courtesy of New England Journal of Medicine

The photo was published in the New England Journal of Medicine.