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Nanobotmodels Company has made a model and an animation of a simple nanorobot which instantly indicates the presence of bacteria in the bloodstream. This is the future of medicine - instant diagnosis and fast treatment using nanotechnology nanomachines.

Nanorobot bacteria analyzer model and animation

Ukraine | Posted on February 27th, 2010

Bacteremia is most commonly diagnosed by blood culture, in which a sample of blood is allowed to incubate with a medium that promotes bacterial growth. Since blood is normally sterile, this process does not normally lead to the isolation of bacteria. If, however, bacteria are present in the bloodstream at the time the sample is obtained, the bacteria will multiply and can thereby be detected. Any bacteria that incidentally find their way to the culture medium will also multiply. For this reason, blood cultures must be drawn with great attention to sterile process.

That's why a barcode nanorobot will be useful - it can instantly show which bacteria are now in patient's bloodstream.

Barcode nanorobots will have bacterial binding sites connected by a semiconductor lattice. Once bacteria is trapped on a nanobot's surface, lattice resistance will change and the nanobot's CPU will decide from calculated tables which type of bacteria is on the surface.

This information will be instantly transmitted to the mechanical barcode display. After all blood sample with small amount of nanobots the doctor can examine under the microscope. Using a laser barcode scanner, all information about bacteria type and concentration will be available.

Nanobot's dimensions are near 5-6 microns, so it will be able travel across the tiniest human capillaries. Machine-powered by tiny electro cells, which can be charged remotely by the electric field.

You can see animation and brief article about barcode nanobot here: www.nanobotmodels.com/node/37

Only animation you can see on YouTube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4BteH8lkhs&feature=player_embedded

You can see more screenshots from animation in our image gallery: www.nanobotmodels.com/image/tid

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Nanobotmodels Company (www.nanobotmodels.com) was founded in 2007 and it goal is develop modern art-science-technology intersections.

Nanotechnology boost medicine, engineering, biotechnology, electronics soon, so artwork and vision of the nanofuture will be very useful.

Our team consists of modern artists, modelers and nanotechnology scientists.

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