Japanese scientists invent masks to discover COVID-19| MENAFN.COM

Wednesday, 19 January 2022 07:15 GMT

Japanese scientists invent masks to discover COVID-19


(MENAFN) Japanese experts invented masks that “can trace coronavirus” when it faces ultraviolet light (UV).

Corresponding to Kyodo News, a group of experts at Kyoto Prefectural University in western Japan improved the masks by using antibodies taken out from ostrich eggs.

The scientists, who are headed by the university ruler, Yasuhiro Tsukamoto, who is 52 years old, trust that the masks “will offer users an easy way to test whether they have contracted the virus.”

According to an announcement “A coronavirus sample glows on a face mask filter under an ultraviolet light after being sprayed with a fluorescent dye containing antibodies.”

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