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THE FIRST 1000 ATOMS IN HEALING PROCESS: FROM NANOTECHNOLOGY TO NANOMEDICINE

Author : Hendry Izaac Elim*

Abstract

This editorial paper of December issue 2018 in International Journal of Health Medicine and Current Research (IJHMCR) is to focus on a great achievement of the first international journal in North Maluku and Maluku province consisted of ~1740 small islands (~ area of 2000 km2 for each island) including ~5 big islands (much larger than 2000 km2) among them due to its over 2 years consistency in developing multidisciplinary research in science, technology and health medicine. The idea of the first 1000 atoms healing system was based on the ongoing understanding of nanotechnology and human being particularly in their first 1000 days of life. Figure 1 describes the general picture on how to carry out such marvelous works involving quantum mechanics theory and its experiment as well as the classical physics and chemistry of molecules up to bulk materials. Based on the dramatically development of nanoscience and nanotechnology particularly on its frontier research, the thoughtful understanding of 100 to 1000 atoms system is obviously described both theoretically and experimentally [1] such as nanobattery system [2], and herbal molecular medicines [3,4] because of their size dependence physical properties. While the smaller physical and biological systems with sizes less than 100 atoms are under the atomic chip structures with quantum mechanics characters. It is interesting to point out that the human DNA or the smallest cell in the body is in nm size and its behavior is just like a living nanofiber comparable to a nanomedicine system as described shortly in Ref. [5,6] with an incredible interactions among others substances and cells.

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