“Nanomachines” That  Cancer Cells

Can Penetrate and Kill

A Research Team from the Korea

Has developed ‘nanomachines,’ which use mechanical molecular movements to penetrate and destroy cells.

Selective Cancer Cell

Penetration is also possible by using a latch molecule released near cancer cells.

The Average Age of a Cancer Patient

Upon diagnosis is 66, and individuals between the ages of 65 and 74 account for 25% of all new cancer diagnoses.

To Implement Movement in The

Cellular environment, researchers have focused on the development of nanomachines that imitate proteins.

However, Cells Use A

Variety of mechanisms to defend themselves against the effect of these nanomachines. 

This Restricts Any

Relevant mechanical movement of nanomachines that could be used for medical purposes.

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