The effective utilization of designed white blood cells (cells that are taken out from the human body, changed with receptors that permit them to perceive disease cells

and afterward got back to the body) to battle and dispose of growth cells has regularly been called progressive and has even permitted scientists

the interesting an open door to allude to a solution for specific tumors.

Remarkably, this so-called CAR T cell technology is but one example from a burgeoning area of investigation in which cells can be customized to perform functions that bring us closer to realizing long-imagined medical and basic science applications.

Internally, cells can be programmed with logic circuits that respond appropriately to specified cues. 

n this way, cells or groups of cells can be turned into an arsenal of diagnostic and therapeutic agents capable of seeking out 

their targets and initiating actions that closely resemble those of natural biological regulatory systems.

The seemingly unlimited potential of cell engineering includes creating alternatives to common drug or gene-based therapeutics; devising improved strategies against cancer, inflammatory diseases, and other maladies

designing tissue regeneration and repair options; exploring the intricate dimensions of human development; and enhancing our fundamental understanding of how complex biological systems are controlled.