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International Nanome Project on Crop Plants and Veterinary Animals

The most important Machine Learning and Biology Research Project undertaking of the 21st Century

 

     

    Research at INPCPVA

    Research Areas

      International Nanome Project on Crop plants and Veterinary Animals (INPCPVA) conducts a broad program of land, laboratory and clinical research to translate nanomics into a greater understanding of human biology and develop better methods for the detection, prevention and treatment of disorders related to crop plants and veterinary animals.  

    Computational and Statistical Nanomics Branch

      INPCPVA branch focused on computationally intensive approaches to analyse large-scale nanomic data obtained from crop plants and veterinary animals.  

    Nanomedicine Synthesis Branch

      The INPCPVA Nanomedicine Synthesis Branch identifies and study crop plants and veterinary animals that contribute to nanomedicine synthesis.  

    Biophysical Branch

      The INPCPVA Biophysical Branch uses high end microscopic and biophysical techniques to characterize the synthesized nanomedicine.  

    Translational and Functional Nanomics Branch

      The Translational and Functional Nanomics Branch explores the application and mode of action of the generated nanomedicine on human disorders.  

     


     

       
       

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