Rotation of Simple Organic Systems Can Be Induced by Low Intensity Electromagnetic Fields

" The use of this technique has evidenced a significant increase in intensity of proteins Amide I and Amide II vibration bands after exposure of typical proteins in water solutions to an electromagnetic field at a low intensity at 100mW/ m2 in the range 0.9 – 2.5 GHz [4-7]. These vibration bands are characteristic of proteins secondary structure and are due above all to the α-helix content. Hence, an increasing of Amide I and II bands can be explained assuming that proteins α-helix aligned along the direction of applied electromagnetic field inducing an increasing of total amount of dipole moment. Typical proteins in bidistilled water solution were used in these experiments [4-6] in order to schematize cellular environment in which they are embedded. This effect was also observed in typical human cells [8-13]. Even this result should not surprise us because proteins α-helices are present in all types of cellular membrane channels [14-16]. In particular, cellular membrane protein accounting for about 50% of its mass forming the wall of cells channels [17]." {Credits 1}

" Rotation induced by exposure to magnetic fields was also observed in DNA and chromosomes in neuronal-like cells. Indeed, significant decrease in intensity of the phosphate bands in the DNA infrared region was observed by FTIR spectroscopy after exposure of human neuronal-like cells to static and 50Hz magnetic field at the low-intensity value of 1mT [18]." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Calabro, E., & Magazu, S. (2021). Rotation of Simple Organic Systems Can Be Induced by Low Intensity Electromagnetic Fields. Biomedical Journal of Scientific & Technical Research, 38(4), 30498-30500. © 2021 Emanuele Calabrò. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License.

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