As Science advances with the development of greater improvements in each discipline, we are able to begin to unravel more of the mechanisms involved in DNA transcription with a multi-disciplinary approach. The Biochemistry influences the structural changes leading to changes in the physics and energy of the cell during transcription. Non Histone Proteins (NHP) from the cytoplasm are directed into the nucleus to phosphorylate, acetylate and methylate specific sections on corresponding Histones for a tertiary structural change. The DNA, which is wound around the Histones in a bifilar type winding, can then be modified in its structure to supercoiling, thereby allowing the formation of special toroidal structures of DNA strands.
These supercoiling structures have been shown to increase energy concentration. One of the most important coils seen in DNA transcription is the torus, or Moebius coil. It is formed by the structural changes in the DNA from the Histone enzymatic modifications by the NHPs and by the polyamine, spermidine. This structural change is seen more dramatically as the coil is pulled apart in the DNA strands. The DNA becomes more organized into these coils and the electro-magnetic properties of the DNA in this new Moebius coil, or torus, produces vortices which are thought to be responsible for the incorporation of specific enhanced magnetic fields or, thought by some, to be involved longitudinal wave conduction.
These fields are observed to transmit energy and possibly information, which may play an even larger role in the transcription process. The Quantum fields mentioned in earlier studies in biological systems may very well be employed by the structural change in the DNA to allow these fields to transfer energy and information for the transcription process. Transcription requires this specificity of energy to transcribe but it is not yet known if the energies work with ATP or actually increase ATP needed for transcription.