Effect of millimeter range electromagnetic waves on some biophysical characteristics of human serum albumin

" The other side of the intensive studies is conditioned by the fact that MM EMW affect the biological systems being on any level of organization [3,4]. It is worthwhile to mention that the waves show non-thermal effect, in other words they induce biological system response not by heating the system, which is the third no less important peculiarity of these waves. There exist several approaches for the MM EMW effect explanation, but there is no still a single-valued solution of the effect mechanism. Nevertheless, in the separate cases the effect mechanism can be explained either by water participation in response formation or by direct influence on the target."

" The choice of frequencies is conditioned by the fact that 51.8 GHz is a frequency resonant for water dipole molecules; on the other hand there exist results in the literature indicating that the interval 41.8-42.2 GHz has a pronounced effect on biological objects [7,8]."

" Based on these data one can assume that the irradiation by 41.8 GHz leads to the higher stabilization which in turn may be connected to the direct impact of these waves on the protein as compared to the irradiation by 51.8 GHz, when the effect, probably, is mediated through the water. The other group of experiments is done measuring the own fluorescence intensity change of albumin depending on MM EMW effect. It was shown that the irradiation of the albumin solution by 51.8 GHz and 41.8 GHz frequencies leads to the increasing of the fluorescence maximal intensity."

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