nanochondria

nanochondria

Nanoscale devices that are inserted inside the cells of living beings and automatically replicated as the cell reproduces. Named after "mitochondria" found in the cytoplasm of most cells, the purpose of nanochondria is to interact with the cells and communicate to internal and external machines. See internalnet.
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