In this paper the bio-photonic mechanism of the activation of cellular programmes is analyzed. Our basic hypothesis is that cells and individual molecules radiate certain waves that are close to monochromatic (i.e., have a narrow range of radiation frequencies). The cell receptors, for their part, take in certain monochromatic signals. In order to estimate the value of the intensity of radiation it is necessary to refer to the fundamental laws of electro-magnetic waves' propagation and photon emission. The research was conducted using a model of the haemopoietic precursors' proliferation induction and the apoptosis of the mononuclear cells of peripheral blood ex vivo. The granulocytic colony-stimulating factor (G-CSF) in different concentrations, including ultra-low (homeopathic) ones, was used as the inductor of the proliferation and the inhibitor of apoptosis. Some homeopathic preparations in high dilutions were also included in the study. The study showed the high efficacy of low and ultra-low (homeopathic) concentrations of the preparations. This phenomenon may be explained with the help of the destructive and constructive interference theory. A calculation of the interaction of the monochromic waves radiated by active molecules was done based on their size and molecular mass as well as the size of the target cells. The authors developed an original method of calculating the effective concentration of the preparation.
|Number of pages
|Cellular Transplantation and Tissue Engineering
|Published - 2012
- Destructive interference
- Ultrahigh dilution