Biological and clinical perspectives of Nanobiotechnology
Nanotechnology is the use of tools at the nano-level (less than 1 micrometer). Nanotechnology is an emerging technique of biotechnology for future generations. Applications of nanotechnology as nanomedicine is used for therapeutic and diagnosis purpose in medical science with imaging techniques in in-vivo and in-vitro. Nanotechnology has applications to treat neurodegenerative disorders such a Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. It also deals with CNS disorders by drug delivery and gene delivery mechanisms. Nanotechnology tools used for applications are metallic, organic, or inorganic depending on the condition and their nature. Besides these, nanorobotics is an advanced and major application of nanotechnology in diagnosis and treating disorders by interacting, sensing, and manipulating the body. This field has a major scope for future generations to deal with. Nanotechnology does have limitations besides its advantages as there are certain hurdles to cope with. Nanotechnology is a future saver for newcomers and will continue to be efficient to improve human health and the environment.
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