Molecular Robotics and Biosensor Materials



Briefly, molecular robotics is the creation of molecular structures with programmable behavior. Such structures are able to suppress viral infections and cancer. These molecular robots are made up of DNA chains that can bind to the RNA molecules of viruses and cancer cells, cleaving them. Thanks to the highly selective interaction of our nanomachines with RNA targets, the treatment of oncological diseases is no longer a question of if but when, as there is very nearly a solution to said problem.

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