A research team in the United States has developed a new technology that analyzes the results of medical nuclear magnetic resonance devices, using artificial intelligence, to better understand the chemical equations and interactions of proteins within the human body.
“In order to benefit from these data, it is necessary to understand the properties of protein molecules, both qualitatively and quantitatively,” said researcher Raphael Bruschweiler from the Department of Biochemistry at Ohio University, USA, stressing that before this last experiment it was difficult to use computers in Determine the individual properties of molecules when they interfere with each other.
The study team described the experiment as opening the door wide to reading the images of resonance devices in a clear and understandable manner.
The images that are captured by nuclear magnetic resonance devices allow the possibility of analyzing the structure of molecules of various substances inside the body, such as proteins, but it requires special human expertise and time.
It takes a long time for doctors to reach the desired results, but the new technology makes it possible to analyze this data faster and with the same degree of accuracy.