Biomotors Linear, Rotation, and Revolution Motion Mechanisms
This book provides a comprehensive overview of biomotors (molecular motors) within the body with a specific concentration on revolving molecular motors. The bioengineering of these new revolving molecular motors will go a long way in creating machines that will be able to carry RNA and DNA drugs directly to diseased cells to destroy them. The book goes into specific details regarding the bioengineering, fabrication, synthesis, and future utilization of these devices for nanomedicine.
Classifications and typical examples of biomotors, Structure of revolving biomotors, Structure of rotation motors, Structure of linear motors, Distinguishing revolving motors from rotation motors, General Mechanism of biomotors, Mechanism of revolving motors, Mechanism of rotation motion, Mechanism of linear motion, and Applications of the revolving motor.
"The book has been clearly written. The illustrations are colorful, descriptive and are accompanied by animations. The layout serves both student and scientist alike. The test serves as both an excellent course syllabus for a course in nanotechnology and biomotors, and as a core reference for people conducting research in the field. The editors should be commended on developing a comprehensive treatise on biomotors."
—Shahid Nimjee, Ohio State University Medical Center, USA