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wonder nanochip that could heal injuries or Regrow Organs with One Touch



A wonder nanochip has been designed to heal injuries or maybe regrow Organs with just a single touch.
nanochip that could heal injuries or Regrow Organs with One Touch
Chandan Sen with Nanochip
It may sound like one of the scientific jokes to you but it is as real as your Environment. The nanochip in discuss uses a process known as Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT). 

With this Nanochip, some of the diseases like Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s which have proven to be a bit difficult to treat effectively will be treated in a second. The Chip has the ability to regenerate and repair failing body, and it does this by turning the skin cells into other types of healing cells.

 For the Nanochip to heal injuries or regrow the skin Organs, it has to be placed on a living skin surface then  a targeted electric force is supplied across the device, this immediately triggers the genes to the skin cells beneath it and finally changing them into different types of cells.

According to Chandan Sen, from the Ohio State University who took part in the research, he stated that "by using our novel nanochip technology, injured or compromised organs can be replaced. He further said that "we have shown that the skin is a fertile land where we can grow the elements of any organ that is declining."

This is not the first neither will it be the last where health researchers are trying to make sure that nanochips diagnose a particular ill health or even give data of a person's health. If you can recall, a certain Tiny sensor was designed to check the human health status.

This Nanochip that could regrow organs, and also heal both internal and external injuries now makes it possible for a desired DNA to be injected into the body to help fight diseases and heal tissues. 

Aside using the Nanochip technology to heal injured or compromised organs, Chandan Sen also mentioned that “with this technology, we can convert skin cells into elements of any organ with just one touch. This process only takes less than a second and is non-invasive, and then you’re off."

Currently, the Nanochip have not been tested on humans but researchers working on the project used the said technology on a leg of an injured Mouse where scans showed no internal bleeding. The scans also proved that the Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT) reprogrammed the mouse's skin cells to become vascular cells, active blood vessels then formed, and then within three weeks the leg was repaired.



 


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