This book tells the story of the discovery of microRNA (miRNA) quantum code, the basic theory of biological data science for medical investigation with miRNA, to its implementation. It explains the use of a new algorithm called the miRNA entangling target sorter (METS), based on the quantum computation algorithm, to give the etiologic analysis for diseases such as cancer, infectious diseases, and age-related disorders. Providing detailed descriptions to make the METS algorithm simple to grasp, it also explains the accumulated cutting-edged data for human diseases utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) for quantum miRNA language (miRNA qubit) (MIRAI). Further, it describes a discovery story for quantum miRNA surveillance against tumors and quantum miRNA immunity against viruses. Since this is a multidisciplinary field of study, crucial details on physics, mathematics, computer science, data science, virology, immunology, oncology, pathology, and biology are supplied.
This book will support professional advancement for scientists, clinicians, educators, students, and science enthusiasts. The reader's knowledge of the subject and its practical medical applications will be enriched by the wealth of informative figures and supporting data.
Dr. Yoichi Robertus Fujii, MDV PhD
Dr. Fujii YR graduated from Hokkaido University, Japan. He was a lecturer at Nagoya University School of Medicine, a scientific officer at Oxford University, Institute of Virology, and an associate professor at Nagoya City University. He has more than 70 peer-reviewed international publications. He founded The Society of Retrovirology Research Community and The Society of MicroRNA in Japan. He was a member of the New York Academy of Science and the American Association of Microbiology.