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Microbivores: Artificial Mechanical Phagocytes Using Digest And Discharge Protocol | 7528
ISSN: 2167-7689

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Microbivores: Artificial mechanical phagocytes using digest and discharge protocol

2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs

Deepthi .M.S

Accepted Abstracts: Pharmaceut Reg Affairs

DOI: 10.4172/2167-7689.S1.008

Abstract
Nano medicine is the medical application of nanotechnology. Nano medicine ranges from the medical applications of nano materials, to nano electronic biosensors, and even possible future applications of molecular nanotechnology Nanomedicine offers the prospect of powerful new tools for the treatment of human diseases and the improvement of human biological systems using molecular nanotechnology. This presents a theoretical Nanorobot scaling study for artificial mechanical phagocytes of microscopic size, called "microbivores," whose primary function is to destroy microbiological pathogens found in the human bloodstream using a digest and discharge protocol. . A benefit of using nano scale for medical technologies is that smaller devices are less invasive and can possibly be implanted inside the body, plus biochemical reaction times are much shorter. These devices are faster and more sensitive than typical drug delivery. The microbivore is an oblate spheroidal nano medical device measuring 3.4 microns in diameter along its major axis and 2.0 microns in diameter along its minor axis, consisting of 610 billion precisely arranged structural atoms in a gross geometric volume of 12.1 micron. The device may consume up to 200 pW of continuous power while completely digesting trapped microbes at a maximum throughput of 2 micron of organic material per 30-second cycle. Microbivores are up to ~1000 times faster-acting than either natural or antibiotic-assisted biological phagocytic defenses, and are ~80 times more efficient as phagocytic agents than macrophages, in terms of volume/sec digested per unit volume of phagocytic agent.
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