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bioelectronics

(bī′ō-ĭ-lĕk-trŏn′ĭks, -ē-lĕk-)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
1. The application of the principles of electronics to biology and medicine.
2. The study of the role of intermolecular electron transfer in physiological processes.

bi′o·e·lec·tron′ic adj.

bioelectronics

A neologism for the study of intermolecular electron transfer in biological interactions and metabolism.

bioelectronics

(bī″ō-ē″lĕk-trŏn′ĭks)
The study of the transfer of electrons between molecules in biological systems.
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It could be exquisitely specific and therefore both more efficacious and safer than most medicines used today," Kris Famm, GSK's head of bioelectronics, told Forbes last fall.
Its Immunotronics platform is a non-invasive, non-implantable bioelectronic device for treating/preventing vital organ failure through the reduction of inflammation and cell death and the promotion of regeneration.
Bioelectronics seeks to treat chronic illnesses using tiny implants to change electronic signals that pass along nerves in the body.
In the coming decades, advanced pharmaceuticals, bioelectronics, and genetic interventions will be used not only to heal the sick but to boost human physical and mental performance to unprecedented levels.
Certain diseases, such as lung cancer, can cause patients to give off particular odours; dogs have been known to detect these, and a bioelectronic nose opens the path to diagnosis through smell.
For a rapid point-of-care detection method, literature was reviewed and preliminary results were collected to develop a novel bioelectronic chip sensitive to MMP.
Endonovo's technology is part of die emerging field of bioelectronic medicine, which brings forward a new way of treating human illness and disease using electrical signals transmitted through nerves in the human body.
The topics include bioelectronic devices controlled by enzyme-based information processing systems, some experiments and models in molecular computing and robotics, in vivo information processing using RNA interference, the logic of decision making in environmental bacteria, and qualitative and quantitative aspects of a model for processes inspired by the functioning of the living cell.
The lab-on-chip technology enables the development of the next generation of portable and implantable bioelectronic devices.
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In 2009, Piramal Healthcare launched ActiPatch, a drug-free bioelectronic patch for pain management developed by US based BioElectronics Corporation.
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