New nanotech will enable a ‘healthy’ electric current production inside the human body

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A new nanotechnology development will make it possible to generate electric currents and voltage within the human body through the activation of various organs (mechanical force). The researchers explain that the development involves a new and very strong biological material, similar to collagen, which is non-toxic and causes no harm to the body’s tissues. The researchers believe that this new nanotechnology has many potential applications in medicine, including harvesting clean energy to operate devices implanted in the body…

About a year and a half ago our group published a study in which we used nanotechnological means to engineer a new biological material that meets these requirements. It is a tripeptide—a very short molecule called Hyp-Phe-Phe consisting of only three amino acids—capable of a simple process of self-assembly of forming a collagen-like helical structure that is flexible and boasts a strength similar to that of the metal titanium.

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phys.org/news/2021-07-nanotech-enable-healthy-electric-current.html

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h/t Tess

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