July 25, 2012 By News Staff
According to the University of Florida, these newly created tiny particles can be programmed to shut down the genetic production line that cranks out disease-related proteins. In lab tests, the “nanorobots” all but eradicated hepatitis C virus infection. The programmable nature of the particle makes it potentially useful against diseases such as cancer and other viral infections.
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