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Int J Clin Exp Med. 2014 Sep 15;7(9):2550-6. eCollection 2014.

Electromagnetic information delivery as a new tool in translational medicine.

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Institute of Translational Pharmacology, National Research Council-CNR Via Fosso del Cavaliere, 100,00133 Rome, Italy.

Abstract

Some experimental evidences of the procedure defined as electro-magnetic information delivery, mediated through aqueous system, have accumulated in the last two decades. The present work is based on the hypotheses that an aqueous system like those enfolded in livings, could play an additional synergic role in modulating biological functions. Aqueous system could generate dissipative structures under appropriate patterns of electromagnetic signals providing basis for storing and retrieving biologic activities. External electro-magnetic stimuli in resonant conditions with some of the coherent domains of water can induce dipole moments re-patterning in a way that these structure start to oscillate coherently each other generating a new phase correlation. This procedure allows to an external electro-magnetic stimulus to be stored, translated and transferred by the aqueous systems to the biological target, driving selectively their endogenous activity mimicking the effect of a specific source molecule. Signals from a chemical differentiation agent such as Retinoic Acid (RA) was captured and transferred to the target culture medium of Neuroblastoma Cell Line (LAN-5) and the proliferation rate was assessed, in order to investigate cell responses to electromagnetic information system.

KEYWORDS:

LAN-5; biophysical information therapy; electro-magnetic Information delivery; electromagnetic medicine; neuroblastoma cell line; water coherence domains

PMID:
25356108
PMCID:
PMC4211758

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