Monkeypox Biospecimens l Central BioHub Invites Suppliers

Monkeypox samples for research. Inviting suppliers

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Monkeypox is a rare zoonotic disease caused by orthopoxvirus with symptoms being similar to those of smallpox. Due to recent prevalence of the disease, it has been declared as Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). The major increase in human Monkeypox incidence has heightened the need for quick actions.

Health authorities have alarmed scientists worldwide to ramp up research for discovering potent vaccination and treatment to curb the outbreak of the disease.Therefore, research on monkeypox biospecimens is crucial. 

Let’s join hands with Central BioHub to offer precious Monkeypox patients samples or monkeypox test samples for research and development. Proclaimed as the smartest marketplace of the world for human biospecimens, Central BioHub invites global suppliers and biobanks to share their Monkeypox samples inventory or monkeypox virus samples with us. We leverage our expertise to facilitate and speed up the biospecimen procurement for R&D.

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  • Advanced data-driven online marketplace
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Monkeypox is a rare zoonotic infection caused by a monkeypox virus. It has symptoms similar to smallpox. At the same time, it has milder symptoms and is rarely fatal.
Following are the primary route of transmission of monkeypox infection. • Close contact with the infected patients and their belonging • Intimate or sexual contact with the infected person • Exposure to the infected respiratory secretions from the patient • Direct contact with the monkeypox rashes, scabs and body fluids • From the pregnant mother to the baby through the placenta • Direct contact with the infected animals
Presently there is no specific treatment for Monkeypox virus infections. However, due to the genetic similarity between the monkeypox and smallpox viruses, antiviral medications and vaccinations for smallpox are effective against monkeypox infection.
The study of human biospecimens such as serum, plasma, whole blood, swabs etc., collected from a patient infected with Monkeypox virus is crucial for research. Using human biospecimens helps to understand diseases and their progression, thus assisting the discovery of newer diagnostic tools, treatments, and potent vaccinations.