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Dron P. Modi; Vishvadeep P. Patel; Ravi B. Patel; Jay N. Patel; Bhavin V. Bhimani; Ragin R. Shah (2013)
Publisher: Chauhan Publishers
Journal: International Journal of Drug Development & Research
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Virtual 3D Nanorobots, Biosensors, DNA joints, Brain Aneurysm, Pharmacy and materia medica, RS1-441, Medicine, R
Nowadays medical science is more and more improving with the blessings of new scientific discoveries. Nanotechnology is such a field which is changing vision of medical science. New automated procedures are being discovered with new aspects of self-guided nanorobots. Nanorobot is an excellent tool for future medicine. We can envision a day when you could inject billions of these nanorobots that would float around in your body. Nanorobots could carry and deliver drugs into defected cells. These nanorobots will be able to repair tissues, clean blood vessels and airways, transform our physiological capabilities, and even potentially counter act the aging process. Many scientists working on this bright field of nanorobots especially on Alzheimer disease and cancer treatments. The engineering of molecular products needs to be carried out by robotic devices, which have been termed Nano robots. Nano robotics, sometimes referred to as molecular robotics, is an emerging research area as evidenced by recent topics in the literature. A multifunctional platform based on nanorobots, with various types of nanomachines will surely fight against major diseases like cancer, HIV etc. In this review, we will summarize briefly about nanorobots and its tools, mechanism, approaches and main futuristic applications of the same which mainly useful for medicinal and to develop new formulations related to nanotechnology to cure the major diseases.
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