NANOMEDICINE: A NEW BRANCH FOR FUTURE MEDICAL RESEARCH,APPLICATION AND TREATMENT FOR DISEASES
Nanomedicine is the subfield of nanotechnology which deliver a promising diagnostic as well as treatment of lethal diseases like cancer. By interacting with biological molecules, therefore at nanoscale, nanotechnology opens up a vast field of research and application. These are the medicine which have very small in size or present in molecular level. There are more than one component of a nanomedicineÂ which range from advance diagnostic devices, advance drug delivery vehicle including nanobots which are able to perform specific artificial surgeries with the ultimate degree of precision, which is never achieved in past .Future nanomedicineÂ will be capable to detect the lethal diseases like cancer in very early stage. There will be also a possibility in future that with the help nanomedicinewe are able to treat the genetic diseases or genetic disorder by targeting or repairing specific genes, tissue and cells which are responsible for these type of disorder with the help of nanomedicines.
Key words- Naobots,Nanomedicine,Nanoscale
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