Access Via Nerve System by SARS-COV-2 Spikes

*Correspondence to: Antonino Messina, Former Assistant University of Anatomo-Pathological School of Lausanne and Geneva, Switzerland
Received: Jan 05, 2021; Accepted: Jan 30, 2021; Published: Feb 05, 2021
Citation: Messina A (2021) Access Via Nerve System by SARS-COV-2 Spikes. J Nanomed Nanotech Nanomat. 2: 105.
Copyright: ©2021 Messina A, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.


Purpose: The aim of this study is to propose the nerve pathway and its mechanism for penetration of Coronavirus.
Introduction: The virus RNA polarity and the nanoparticle spike polarity of the Coronavirus’s surface may interact, through their electro-chemical properties, with the Golgi apparatus and the terminal endings of the body’s peripheral nerve axons. Many patients who have recovered from Covid-19 suffer from loss of taste, numbness of the tongue and alteration of smell, sublingual microangioma, contracture of the masseter muscle, decreased mouth opening, polyarthragia, mild soreness of the entire body and cognitive problems. Contagion could starts from buccal mucosa and nerve endings of olfactory (First site of penetration). Materials: The peripheral stimulation of nerve endings promotes electrical migration along the parasympathetic cells on the Vagus nerve and on the sympathetic system, interesting the entire nervous pulmonary trunk. This mechanism also involves the diaphragm, rib muscles and the innervation of the interstitial cellular neurofibrillar tangles of the alveolar surface of the lung with consequent inflammatory response (as allergic-hyperallergic reaction), cell adhesions, microvascular thrombosis, microvascular haemorragic lesions and finally blockage of oxygen exchange (Second site of penetration).
Our research has mathematically evaluated the numerical intensity of the environmental accumulation of the Coronavirus, corresponding to thousands of million billions of Covid-19 virus particles having, like CNT particles, electrical polarity and countless possibilities for mutation.
Conclusion: Owing to the strong electrical activity of CNT particles, we suppose that it could be possible to neutralize the particle spikes in laboratories (white chamber) to render the coronavirus harmless.
Keywords: SARS-CoV-2; CNTs; Spike mechanism; Nanoparticles; Pathology; Neurology; Virus contagion