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DNA quantum capabilities and their potential impact on different scientific fields
DNA, the basic building block of life, has fascinated scientists for decades . Its intricate structure and diverse properties span a wide range of scientific disciplines, including electrical engineering, chemistry, biochemistry, and physics, including quantum physics . DNA is indeed a complex system with multiple functions. It serves as an information storage and utilization mechanism, and there is considerable evidence that message transmission also occurs in the water component of DNA. The integration of frequencies, magnetic fields, and vortices adds complexity in understanding how DNA works. Recent research has highlighted the remarkable potential of DNA as a medium for quantum messaging both within and beyond its physical limits…
A theoretical model for an electromagnetic antenna in induction of virtual T cells
Cancer cells make a PD1/PD-L1 bridge with T cells and inject death factors into them. Recently, many methods and drugs have been proposed to prevent PD1/PD-L1 connections; however, most of them are very expensive and could not work well. We propose a theoretical model for an electromagnetic antenna which induces virtual T cells within the blood vessels. These electromagnetic T cells deceive cancer cells and their virtual PD1s are connected to real PD-L1s. Consequently, the number of real PD1/PD-L1 connections decrease and real T cells could have the opportunity to kill the cancer cells. This is a theoretical model.
A model for analyzing evolutions of neurons by using EEG waves
Abstract: It is known that differences between potentials of soma, dendrites and different parts of neural structures may be the origin of electroencephalogram (EEG) waves. These potentials may be produced by some excitatory synapses and currents of charges between neurons and then thereafter may themselves cause the emergence of new synapses and electrical currents. These currents within and between neurons emit some electromagnetic waves which could be absorbed by electrodes on the scalp, and form topographic images. In this research, a model is proposed which formulates EEG topographic parameters in terms of the charge and mass of exchanged particles within neurons, those which move between neurons, the number of neurons and the length of neurons and synapses. In this model, by knowing the densities of the frequencies in different regions of the brain, one can predict the type, charge and velocity of particles which are moving along neurons or are exchanged between neurons.
The Physical Origin of Waves in Magnetocardiography Technique and their Applications in Imaging
Description: In this research, we propose a theoretical model which helps us to consider evolutions of some special heart cells by using superconducting quantum interface devices (SQUID) in a magnetocardiography (MCG) technique. In this model, each cell has its own special electrical structure including ions and charges. These charges move within or outside the cell and emit some magnetic fields. Read more by clicking the download button below.
Title: A MODEL FOR CONSIDERING EFFECTS OF EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS ON QUAIL EMBRYONIC CELLS
Description: Previous experiments have shown that extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields could cause serious effects on the evolution of cells. We propose a mathematical model which confirms those results. In our model, electromagnetic waves could cause the motions of ions and charges and the emergence of some currents around and in the interior of cells. These currents produce some waves which interact with the DNAs and remove or attach some repressors. Read more by clicking the download button below.
Title: DNA Transcription Regulation by Biochemistry and Physics: A Review
Description: 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. Read more by clicking the download button below.
Title: Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Reversal with Dichloroacetate
Description: Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL), a cancer of the lymph system that can start anywhere in body, affects 400,000+ people in the United States with 66,000 new cases in 2009. Read more by clicking the download button below.
Title: The Complexity of Interactions in Transcription and Cell Replication: Biochemistry and Physics
Description: It appears that the energy required for DNA transcription is from the magnetic fields or waves, generated from the many areas of oscillation in the DNA itself. This oscillation energy in DNA is constantly active. Read more by clicking the download button below.
Title: Medullary thyroid carcinoma relapse reversed with dichloroacetate: A case report
Description: Medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC) is a rare calcitonin-pro- ducing neuroendocrine tumor arising from neural crest-derived parafollicular C cells (calcitonin-producing cells) of the thyroid gland, a component of multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2 or MEN2 syndromes, accounting for approximately 4% of all thyroid cancers.
Title: Reversing Splenomegalies in Epstein Barr Virus Infected Children: Mechanisms of Toxicity in Viral Diseases
Description: The rapid reversal of splenomegaly in Epstein Barr Virus EBV infected children and young adults was seen in over 50 patients treated with a combination therapy that reduced reactive oxygen species, increased interferon gamma and decreased free nitric oxide in lymphocytes.
Title: Regulation of Inflammatory Reaction in Health and Disease
Description: Inflammation is a key mechanism for the clearance of infective agents and other inflam- matory triggers and is pivotal for the repairing processes of the affected tissues.
Title: DNA Transcription Regulation by Biochemistry and Physics: A Review
Description: 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.
Title: A lipoxygenase inhibitor in breast cancer brain metastases
Description: The complication of multiple brain meta- stases in breast cancer patients is a life threatening condition with limited success following standard therapies. The arachidonate lipoxygenase pathway appears to play a role in brain tumor growth as well as inhibition of apoptosis in in-vitro studies.
Title: Molecular Alterations in Tumor Promotion and Cancer
Description: The basic molecular biology involved in tumor promotion and cancer incorporates two major systems in medicine involving inflammatory processes. The first system which can lead to cancer by chronically damaging cells is also found in viral infections and autoimmune diseases. The second system follows cancer when it has already developed.
Title: Nutrient Support in Viral Infections
Description: The toxicity associated with viral diseases is somewhat similar to the autoimmune disease at least in some of the basic cytokine toxicity. That is, the substances called interleukins are elevated, including IL1b, (for fever), IL2, IL6, TNFa (Tumor Necrosing Factor) and of course antibodies like in autoimmune diseases.
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