STUDY OF SYNERGY MODELING OF COVID-19 PROCESSES BASED ON ORDERING IN BIOPOLYMERS
As is known, in the twenty-first century, mankind in all countries of the world is faced with wounds of unknown infectious diseases. Environmental factors, population growth and migration activity act and provoke an increase in the number of diseases.One of these viruses is the COVID-19 coronavirus. As of January 2020, coronaviruses (lat. Coronoviridae) are a family of 40 types of RNA containing complexly organized viruses that have a supercapsid from which crown-shaped spine processes grow. The size of the coronavirus is in the range of 80 - 220 nm, the appearance of its nucleocapsid is similar to a flexible helix, which consists of RNA and a huge number of N nucleoprotein molecules. For a deeper understanding and analysis of the processes associated with the coronavirus COVID-19, the study of synergistic modeling of processes based on ordering in biopolymers can help.
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