One of the calculated and proposed frequencies of f=0.002 is in the very far-infrared region (150000 nm-60000 nm) but the other two are more in the infrared regions (and here are some experiments with infrared light that specifically mention RRM, and here lot of more experiments that although they dont mention RRM they found a plethora of effects in the samples exposed to infrared light).
" The main idea of this research is to analyze possibility to interfere with malaria parasite activity using specific resonant electromagnetic frequencies. Although the idea to combat malaria infection with electromagnetic frequencies is not new, we will here present unique approach, so called Resonant Recognition Model (RRM) to specifically identify electromagnetic frequencies mostly important for interference with malaria infection. The RRM is calculating periodicities (frequencies) in distribution of free electron energies along protein sequence which are relevant for protein function/interaction. When charge transfer through protein backbone is considered then it can produce electromagnetic radiation of specific frequency depending on charge velocity. Ten groups of proteins relevant for Plasmodium interactions were analyzed. Each of ten groups of proteins have at least one significant characteristic frequency peak at one of the following RRM frequencies: f = 0.002, f = 0.11 or f = 0.34. This suggests that the diversity of proteins participating in Plasmodium invasion could be represented with only three RRM frequencies. Depending on the charge transfer mechanism (velocity) along the protein, different electromagnetic resonant frequencies are expected. Based on presented results, we suggest that the RRM frequency of f = 0.002 (related to 2-5THz), to be regarded as crucial for Plasmodium infectivity and possibly for interfering with invasion process. Although this far infrared electromagnetic frequency cannot penetrate human body more than down to 4 cm, such radiation can be of great help in combating Plasmodium, since a sizeable part of parasite remain in the skin for hours after the mosquito bite. In addition the specific RRM frequency is capable to resonantly initiate a whole cascade of protein-protein (DNA, RNA) interactions directed to the specific biological activity which could contra-act Plasmodium infection."
" .. charge transfer is proposed to travel through protein backbone. However, if we take into account possibility for charge transfer through protein complex structures and in particular alpha helices, it could be in the form of solitons  (Davydov [20, 21], Hyman , Sinkala ), excitons (Davydov [20, 21], Sinkala , Yomosa , Pang ) and phonons (Yomosa , Pang , Ichinose ). These other forms of charge transfers proceed at different velocities ranging from 105 m/s for Cosic et al. EPJ Nonlinear Biomedical Physics Page 3 of 11 solitons and some excitons all the way down to the speed of sound and small fractions of the speed of sound for phonons. Thus, with the same periodicities within proteins sequences, as determined by the RRM, different modalities of charge transfer can produce different resonant frequencies, which are not necessarily related to their protein biological function, but could be related to the protein and DNA/RNA resonances, in general. Such approach has been tested with tubulin and microtubule  and results have been experimentally proved ."
" Our results revealed that in spite of structural and functional diversity, as well as differences in their origin, ten studied protein groups shared at least one of the following three RRM frequencies (f = 0.002, f = 0.11 or f = 0.34). Particularly ubiquitous was frequency of f = 0.002 (0.002-0.0078), that appeared as the main peak of consensus spectra for proteins playing so diverse roles as pattern recognition receptor immunity in mosquitoes, hepatocyte invasion, antibodies to human proteins and erythrocytes’ rosetting. Thus frequency of f = 0.002 has been proposed as the main RRM frequency involved in Plasmodium vitality. This would most likely correspond to an infrared frequency of 2- 5THz. Thus interfering with this frequency from an infrared source should disrupt malaria invasion process. Although this far infrared electromagnetic frequency cannot penetrate human body more than down to 4 cm , such radiation can be of great help in combating Plasmodium, since a sizeable part of parasite remain in the skin for hours after the mosquito bite. In addition the specific RRM frequency is capable to resonantly initiate a whole cascade of protein-protein (DNA, RNA) interactions directed to the specific biological activity which could counteract Plasmodium infection."
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