Thursday, 4 October 2012

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What Is Bi-Fi Wireless Cellular Network?

Technology is being used extensively in almost every field today. None of us had thought about the wireless cellular communication until the scientists from Stanford University created “Bi-Fi” wireless cellular network. Biological Internet aka Bi-Fi is a new way of wireless communication between cells in order to regenerate tissues.

The source behind the latest Bi-Fi technology is a virus named M13 which creates genetic messages within the sender, allowing it to send the message to the receiver cells without causing any harm to them. M13 makes the use of DNA strand to create genetic messages and sends with a protein wrapper around them. This protein layer is created by M13 itself and allows the message to prompt the receiving cells. Latterly, the DNA message is released inside.

The best thing that makes the concept of Bi-Fi popular yet unique is its wireless technology which is fast, robust and more complex than any other cellular communication method.  Due to this wireless technology, cells are able to send and receive messages more instantly for e.g. move, stop growing, create insulin etc.

Stanford’s scientists state that M13 has the ability to collect DNA strand with about 40,000 base pairs that could eventually behave as Data Building Blocks. Not only this, the researchers were able to develop communication between cells locating at a distance of 7 centimeters with gelatin coated around them.

Bi-Fi wireless communication network can be extremely beneficial for the remedial and cure of complex diseases, development of fuels etc. Moreover, it can cause the regeneration of tissues through complex encoding of cellular systems.

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