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Our picoscopy lab can receive electron atomography of your molecules and interpret them. The atomography of the molecules you are examining can be obtained either on your equipment with further processing by us, or on ours picoscopy lab equipment. Visualization of molecules together with atoms and chemical bonds by means of microscopy gives pharmacology specialists fantastic opportunities in the creation of new drugs. Picoscopy and Quantum Entanglement: Revolutionizing Pharmaceuticals The field of Picoscopy and quantum entanglement is making waves in the world of science and technology, and it has the potential to revolutionize the pharmaceutical industry as well. This is because of the unique properties of quantum entanglement, which allow for unprecedented levels of precision and control in molecular and cellular processes. In the pharmaceutical industry, Picoscopy and quantum entanglement can be used to design and develop new drugs with increased efficacy and reduced side effects. The ability to precisely control molecular and cellular processes opens up new avenues for the development of targeted and personalized medicine. For example, by using Picoscopy to manipulate the entanglement of electrons in specific cells or tissues, scientists can selectively target and modify specific processes without affecting other parts of the body. In addition, Picoscopy and quantum entanglement have the potential to greatly improve the speed and accuracy of drug discovery and development. With the ability to precisely control molecular and cellular processes, scientists can quickly test and validate new drug candidates, reducing the time and resources required for drug development. In conclusion, the science of Picoscopy and quantum entanglement is poised to have a significant impact on the pharmaceutical industry. By providing new levels of precision and control in molecular and cellular processes, it has the potential to revolutionize the way we design, develop, and test new drugs. As the field continues to evolve, we can expect to see more exciting advancements that will shape the future of medicine and improve the lives of people around the world.

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The field of picoscopy and quantum entanglement is making waves in the world of science and technology, and it has the potential to revolutionize the pharmaceutical industry as well. This is due to the unique properties of quantum entanglement, which allow for an unprecedented level of precision and control in molecular and cellular processes.

   In the pharmaceutical industry, picoscopy and quantum entanglement can be used to design and develop new drugs with increased efficacy and reduced side effects. The ability to precisely control molecular and cellular processes opens up new avenues for the development of targeted and personalized medicine. For example, by using picoscopy to manipulate electron entanglement in specific cells or tissues, scientists can selectively target and modify certain processes without affecting other parts of the body.

In addition, picoscopy and quantum entanglement have the potential to significantly increase the speed and accuracy of drug discovery and development. Thanks to the ability to precisely control molecular and cellular processes, scientists can quickly test and validate new drug candidates, reducing the time and resources required for drug development.  Consequently, the science of picoscopy and quantum entanglement could have a significant impact on the pharmaceutical industry. By enabling new levels of precision and control in molecular and cellular processes, it has the potential to revolutionize the way new drugs are designed, developed, and tested. As this field continues to evolve, we can expect to see exciting new advances that will shape the future of medicine and improve the lives of people around the world.

Picoscopy is a scientific field that involves using ultrafast lasers to manipulate the electronic and vibrational properties of materials at the nanoscale. This technology can be used to study the behavior of molecules, cells, and tissues with unparalleled precision and resolution, enabling scientists to better understand the complex processes that underlie many diseases.

Quantum entanglement, on the other hand, refers to the phenomenon where two particles become linked in a way that their properties become correlated. This means that the state of one particle is dependent on the state of the other, regardless of the distance between them. This property allows for an unprecedented level of precision and control in molecular and cellular processes, which can be used to develop new drugs with increased efficacy and reduced side effects.

By combining the principles of picoscopy and quantum entanglement, scientists can study the behavior of molecules and cells in real time and with unprecedented precision. This opens up new avenues for the development of targeted and personalized medicine, as well as the discovery of new drug candidates.

The ability to precisely control molecular and cellular processes opens up new avenues for the development of targeted and personalized medicine. For example, by using picoscopy to manipulate electron entanglement in specific cells or tissues, scientists can selectively target and modify certain processes without affecting other parts of the body…[and]…has the potential to significantly increase the speed and accuracy of drug discovery and development

Overall, the field of picoscopy and quantum entanglement is still in its early stages of development, and there is much more research and development that needs to be done.

As this field continues to evolve, we can expect to see exciting new advances that will shape the future of medicine and improve the lives of people around the world.

By combining the principles of picoscopy and quantum entanglement, scientists can study the behavior of molecules and cells in real time and with unprecedented precision. This opens up new avenues for the development of targeted and personalized medicine, as well as the discovery of new drug candidates.

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Picoscopy in Pharmacy

Objects operated by pharmacy are molecules. Until now, these objects were not visible. That is, pharmacy was a blind science. Picoscopy is an eye-opener for pharmacists.

Our picoscopy lab can receive electron atomography of your molecules and interpret them. The atomography of the molecules you are examining can be obtained either on your equipment with further processing by us, or on ours picoscopy lab equipment.

Visualization of molecules together with atoms and chemical bonds by means of microscopy gives pharmacology specialists fantastic opportunities in the creation of new drugs.

We will reveal these possibilities on the example of graphene. The main feature of graphene is its two-dimensionality. It is a layer one atom thick with a hexagonal structure. Just as fabric is a two-dimensional formation with a thickness of one thread. But graphene picoscopy shows that this is not the case. Graphene, although two-dimensional, but, actually, it is not flat.

Atomographys of single-layer graphene, front view (left) and side view (right). The two inner electrons create a pink ball around the nucleus, the three sp² electrons create strong green hybrids; the one blue active electron is pulled to the side from each atom, as both photos show.

The fact is that in the hexagonal structure, each carbon atom is connected to three neighboring atoms by covalent bonds, and the fourth valence electron is free and active, which is stretched to the side by a long sleeve.

Accordingly, graphene is not similar to flat fabric, but similar to bulk woolly sheepskin.

Spatial 3d model of graphene. The layer of carbon atoms are connected by strong sp² hybrids and the gray active electrons are elongated out of the plane. The presence of active electrons gives both bulkiness to graphene and explains its pharmacological properties. In recent years, the idea of using graphene in biomedicine has become popular. There are a lot of options for using biosensors based on graphene transistors, and graphene carriers for biological imaging, and, most interestingly, drug delivery systems. The very first study in this area was conducted at Stanford University (California, USA) in 2008. The authors were impressed by the success of carbon nanotubes in biomedicine and asked the question: “Can graphene be used in drug delivery?” Along with the obvious advantages, the material also had significant disadvantages.On the one hand, a large surface area allows many molecules to be placed on one graphene layer — the mass of a drug can be twice as large as the mass of the carrier itself.Therefore, biomedicine prefers to use alternative forms of graphene. Now the most common drug is graphene oxide. It contains many hydrophilic groups (eg carboxyl). This increases the biocompatibility of the material and prevents the scales from sticking to each other. 

Another way to modify graphene is to coat it with polyethylene glycol (PEG), dextran, or alginate. These substances increase the circulation time, biocompatibility and solubility of graphene. It, in turn, reduces its toxicity and negative effects on the body.

Modified forms of graphene have been widely studied in the past few years as a new drug carrier: antitumor drugs, antibiotics, antibodies, and even genetic material. Unlike traditional chemotherapy, in which drugs travel freely through the bloodstream and are evenly distributed throughout the body, the use of special carriers makes the process point and directed. It is a postman from medicine.