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June 7th, 2004

Cell Repair Nanorobot Design And Simulation

Abstract:
(Editor's Note - a very imaginative article, describing a possible medical nanobot. Great illustrations.) Svidinenko Yuri: "In this study I'll try to simulate simple mobile cell-repair nanorobot and try to analyse some kind of it's subsystems. A complete functional design of an artificial cell-repairer is beyond the scope of this paper. Here, I want to focus on the purely simulation aspects of the cell repair nanorobot's functions and parts."

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