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Significances of Bioengineering & Biosciences

A Simulation Model to Study the Effect of Smart Drugs on the Blood Transfusion Vessels

Submission: February 18, 2019Published: March 14, 2019

DOI: 10.31031/SBB.2018.02.000552

ISSN 2637-8078
Volume3 Issue1

Abstract

Normal cells of body are growing, reproducing and eventually will die in reaction to motivation that internally and externally evoke them. when one normal cell is mutated, changed and turned into cancer cell. Mutation or the change happens in DNA or genetic substance. When DNA of a cell is changed, that cell will be different from its adjacent cells and it, any more won’t do the functions of normal body cells. When the ‘‘mutant cell’’ is divided, it will be turned into two new ‘‘mutant’ ’cells and this procedure is continued as the same way to turn into that vulnerable cell or mass of cells which is called tumor. One of the treatments of cancer is chemotherapy. Chemotherapy is one of the prevalent methods of curing diseases that by using chemical drugs and chemical substances. lots of chemical drugs that are used for chemotherapy, affect the cell division of cancer cells, particularly those cancers that have very fast cell division. We used Taxol or Paclitaxel for Simulation in this article. which leads to induction of polymerization of microtubules. Paclitaxel is used for treatment of breast and ovary carcinoma, lung cancer and Kaposi sarcoma caused by AIDS.

Keywords: Simulation; Cancer; Smart Drugs; Chemotherapy; Paclitaxel

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