Photobiomodulation of Aqueous Interfaces: Finding Evidence to Support the Exclusion Zone in Experimental and Clinical Studies

It is an experimental evidence that exclusion zone waters (the structured water form that is formed in front of hydrophilic surfaces reaching a width of hundreds of microns and that is also a solute-free area) are receptor of infrared light, that increase potential energy in them. So they can act as an energy repositories that can selectively supplement cell energy demands.

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