Antitumor effects of the electromagnetic resonant frequencies derived from the 1H-NMR spectrum of Ph3Sn(Mercaptonicotinic)SnPh3 complex

The authors use an extremely low frequency and intensity resonant electromagnetic fields derived from the spectra on nuclear magnetic resonance of an existing biomolecule to expose rats with cancer cells with it. It is found that cancer cells viability decrease (mainly through apoptosis). They found a prolongation of life expectancy in tumor-bearing rats alongside a deceleration in tumor growth rate.

It appears that frequencies derived from nuclear magnetic resonance of different molecules can mimic their effect on organism, the same authors in another experiment found another case provoking analgesic effects by means of frequencies derived from morphine [1].

[1] Verginadis, I. I., Simos, Y. V., Velalopoulou, A. P., Vadalouca, A. N., Kalfakakou, V. P., Karkabounas, S. C., & Evangelou, A. M. (2012). Analgesic effect of the electromagnetic resonant frequencies derived from the NMR spectrum of morphine. Electromagnetic biology and medicine, 31(4), 275-284.

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