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Type 2 Diabetes Regulator Cellular Bio-Machine


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I wanted to start this with a explanation of the effects of too much blood sugar and too little blood sugar which too much blood sugar causes ketoacidosis and too little blood sugar hyperglycemia, which means to fix diabetes the blood sugar must be kept at a sweet spot between which is usually controlled by usage of Insulin injections or lack there of. This entire process can be revolutionized by the usage of one of my cellular bio-machines which will act as a symbiont in the bloodstream of people with type 2 diabetes. This synthetic organism will produce insulin when insulin levels are low automatically by using a metabolic pathway releasing insulin into the blood keeping the levels of insulin stable. This bio-machine will consist of one metabolic pathway which is a insulin receptors(https://www.genecards.org/cgi-bin/carddisp.pl?gene=INSR) that when insulin binds will stop producing insulin using a switch otherwise when insulin is not bound to it, it will produce insulin using the gene for insulin production(https://medlineplus.gov/genetics/gene/ins/) present in the bio-machine. So, basically this bio-machine will detect high and low levels of insulin and produce insulin until a high amount is detected then switch off insulin production until it becomes low again keeping the blood sugar levels above  hyperglycemia and below ketoacidosis. The level of blood sugar must be kept in a sweet spot thus the amount of insulin production will need to be tuned however this offers a one time injection of these bio-machines to end the effects of type 2 diabetes.


The modification of human T-cells to become the bio-machines will use the following vector.


This vector as stated will modify human T-cells to be the bio-machines as they live in the blood but will also regulate insulin amount in the blood adding to their duties as white blood cells.


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