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Thereby the immune system will fail causing the death of the patient. So the While designing nanorobots in nanoscale dimensions conversion by the A-HIV Nanorobot should also be there should be a better understanding of how uaing very much faster than that of the HIV, so that a behaves on this small scale.
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Anti-HIV using Nanorobots
This acquired condition of immune the immune system is the result of a gradual deficiency is called, AIDS. It is the application of different technologies primarily interested in the reduction of size. By having these Robots, we can refine the treatment of diseases by using biomedical, nanotechnological engineering. Some drugs of specific composition are given to the patients which are able to increase the life time to a few years only.
In general, nanotechnology may offer a faster and more efficient means for us to do much of what we do now. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link.
Neurological complications and dramatic weight loss are the symptoms of end stage HIV disease. Thus, the AIDS patient is provided with an immune system so that he can defend himself from diseases. Within this class, HIV is placed in the subgroup of lent viruses. Even if the samples Immune system response is primarily a reaction to a differ by a single base ,it can be identified. The fight between the virus and the immune system for supremacy is continuous until the body eventually succumbs, apparently because of the inability to any- longer produce T-cells.
By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. The T-helper population is further divided into those which help B-cells Th2 and those which help Cytotoxic T-cells Thl. It should be capable of sensing the HIV infected body, with station and Physical positions can be WBC only and its action is restricted to the infected reported continuously using an in vivo WBC only.
Physician-controlled nanorobots could extract existing chromosomes from a diseased cell and then insert newly manufactured ones in their place, which is a process called the chromosome replacement therapy.
There is no technology for the treatment of AIDS. It operates at specific site only. There is no technology for the treatment of AIDS. Usually, both B-cell and cytotoxic T-cell responses occur against intracellular agents which provides a two-pronged attack.
It is the application of different technologies primarily interested in the reduction of size. The B-cell is responsible for the production of antibodies proteins which can bind to specific molecular shapesand the T-cell two types is responsible either for helping the B-cell to make antibodies, or for the killing of damaged or “different” cells all foreign cells except bacteria within the body.
Nanorobots will typically be 0. Having nanorobots inside the body it is very essential to know the actions done by it. Our body responds to this onslaught through production of more T-cells, some of which mature to become helper T-cells. Without helper T-cells, the body cannot make antibodies properly, nor can infected cells containing HIV an intracellular pathogen be properly eliminated. It could metabolize local glucose and oxygen for 7. The immune system is a system within all vertebrates animals with a backbone which in general terms, is comprised of two important cell types: Anatomy of the AIDS virus 3.
The enormous potential in the biomedical capabilities of nanorobots and the imprecision and side effects of medical treatments today make nanorobots very desirable.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. Like all viruses, HIV cannot grow or reproduce on its own.
But today, we propose for Nanomedical robots, since they will have no difficulty in identifying the target site cells even at the very early stages which cannot be done in the traditional treatment and will ultimately be able to track them down and destroy them wherever they may be growing. Unlike most bacteria, HIV particles are much too small to be seen through an ordinary microscope.
This fight may continue for up to ten years before the body eventually succumbs, apparently because of the inability to any-longer produce T-cells. While designing it the main factors that are to be considered are given below: