Nanotechnology and Bimolecular Motor Powering Nanobiotechnology

Description: The research paper Nanotechnology and Bimolecular Motor Powering Nanobiotechnology speaks about Nanotechnology and Biomolecular. Motor Powering. Nanotechnology now has become the buzz word in the domain of Computer Science Engineering. Nanotechnology aims at creating miniature gadgets that have the capability to seamlessly reach the target and rectify the error there in. Nano technology cashes on the theory of atomic realignment to bring in the desired change in the performance of a gadget. This is done primarily to increase the safety and efficiency of performance.

 The devices of nanotechnology can be very helpful in the automobile and medical domains. Nanobiotechnology is the integration of evolutionary and human systems for the design and fabrication of molecular devices. The integration of biological motor, F1 ATPase with nano-electro-mechanical systems (NEMS) to create a new class of hybrid nano-mechanical devices. Biomolecular motors are nature’s nanomachines that convert chemical energy into mechanical work.  The F1 ATPase is certainly the most ubiquitous example of a chemi-mechanical transduction device in nature is capable of converting transmembrane chemical gradients into the rotary mechanical motion of the gamma subunit that in turn is coupled to ATP formation. It can also be run in reverse, in which case the chemical energy of ATP can be used to generate mechanical motion.

 Scope of the domain: It is suggested in the research paper that the biomolecular nanotechnology aims to optimize the environmental conditions in order to maximize the viable fraction, and extend the useful lifetime of biomolecular motors. These biomolecular motors could combine with other nanostructures to form complete nanorobotic assemblies, which might have medical applications, such as traveling through the blood stream to help repair the damaged cells, organs and DNA. The biomolecular motors will be used to power the joint of nanodevice, which could be used to provide very local and accurate drug delivery.  These bimolecular motors will be pumping fluids, opening and closing valves. Develop a fundamental understanding of fluid flow and transport processes at the nanoscale.

 Conclusion: The research paper concludes by quoting the possible merits of the field.

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