At present, researchers are testing the new method in laboratory conditions.
Researchers at the ITMO University in St. Petersburg suggest using a chemical-biological obconversion system to treat cancer tumours and bacterial deceases.
Professor Yekaterina Skorb, a specialist in infochemistry, a science about information codification, transmission and storage on the molecular level, told City+ about the new method.
Researchers actually create artificial cell analogues and imitate metabolism processes in the human organism. Obconversion nano-particles that ITMO specialists suggest for using to fight cancer change information on the molecular level in the affected cells.
At present, ITMO researchers are finalizing and testing the method in laboratory conditions.