To determine a method of entry into the body allowing the nanites to specifically target the neuro-muscular junction without risk of immune system response
Design a method of entry for the nanites into the human body.
Determine the programming necessary to recognize specific neuro-muscular junctions.
Develop a method to “mask” the nanite from the human immune system.
Determine a renewable, rechargeable energy source so that the nanites will last the longest possible time.
Design a system whereby the nanites can be safely removed from the body (i.e. in waste from the digestive system or urine from the excretory system.)
Create a safety fail-safe system whereby the nanites can be deactivated instantly if they malfunction (i.e.. negative feedback system, computer program deactivation, or perhaps an enzyme trigger that makes the nanite susceptible to the immune response.)
To effectively apply the biocomputers to the Human test subjects and test and monitor the patient based on overall health, physical abilities, physical pain, short-term recovery, and long-term recovery.
Initiate a long-term (of 10 years) and short-term (3-5 years) case study on Parkinson’s patients, starting with a base line reading before initial trials.
Develop criteria to evaluation the items mentioned in the goal.
Determine evaluation criteria to merit a “successful” implementation of the nanites in human subjects.