Biological Machines: A Trend Report
San Jose, California (PRWEB) January 23, 2014
Biological machines (also known as a cellular system) can be defined as cellular devices designed to carry out certain functions such as sensing, protein expression, transport, information processing and actuation, inside a micro-environment. They are often used as biological robots to carry out repair and replication; implants for drug release, synthesis and sensing; and as organ mimics for drug testing. Rapid convergence of biology and engineering is helping assist the development of biological machines. The most prominent development in this space has been the successful creation of small hybrid "biobots" designed to perform small nanoscale cell repair tasks within the human body. Biobots are expected to find numerous applications in the future ranging from applications in healthcare to environment, security, chemical analysis, drug screening, among others. Especially poised to benefit the market is the development of 3D printers with appropriate biomaterials for printing biological machines.
The trend report titled “Biological Machines” announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., is a focused research paper which provides cursory insights into the technology, its applications, future prospects, and corporate/research initiatives worldwide.
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