" It was shown that light activated changes in protein energy states can induce or modulate biological processes... Here we have studied experimentally the hypothesis of the Resonant Recognition Model (RRM) that selectivity of protein activities is based on specific resonant electromagnetic interactions . The RRM theory proposes that an external electromagnetic field at a particular activation frequency would produce resonant effects on protein biological activity, and this activation frequency can be determined computationally."
The same authors in a previous works have established a theoretical relationship between the RRM spectra (that is calculated knowing the free energy distribution of electrons along proteins backbone and is related not only to the protein function, but also to the interaction that it has with a target, because they both share a characteristic frequency) and the effects that the irradiation of low level infra-red light cause in cells. And they propose some frequencies than can cause some effects, doing later some experimental tests of their proposition.
Tests were done on B16F0 mouse melanoma cancer cells and CHO normal Chinese Hamster Ovarian cell lines, and the results are positive for B16FO cells but not for CHO cells.
Last modified on 15-Mar-16