Challenge of biosensors in Mycobacterium Tuberculosis

  • Sargol Mazraedoost Shiraz University of medical science
  • Reza Masoumzade Department of Medical, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran.
  • Zahra Javidi Biotechnology Research Center, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran.
Keywords: Tuberculosis Diagnosis, Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, Detection, Biosensors

Abstract

 Tuberculosis (TB) is a bacterial illness caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB), and it is a long-term public health risk due to several biological and societal factors. Tuberculosis (TB) is a bacterial infection that most commonly affected the lungs and can damage the kidneys, brain, and spine. Tuberculosis (TB) is a fatal human illness that has been prevalent for a long time. It is also known as "consumption" or "phthisis."M. tuberculosis is thought to have killed more people than any other bacterial infection. As a result, early detection of this bacterial infection is critical for patients to get prompt and suitable therapy. In underdeveloped countries, more than 98% of tuberculosis cases are recorded. Effective diagnosis approaches based on biosensors are required for these bacteria due to a shortage of well-equipped and specialized diagnostic facilities.

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2021-12-20
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Mazraedoost S, Masoumzade R, Javidi Z. Challenge of biosensors in Mycobacterium Tuberculosis. AANBT [Internet]. 20Dec.2021 [cited 23Sep.2021];:1-4. Available from: https://dormaj.org/index.php/AANBT/article/view/429
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