Paramagnetic property of proteins in aqueous solution can be highlighted even at low intensity electromagnetic fields

" The aim of this study is to show that typical proteins have a paramagnetic property that can be evidenced applying an electromagnetic field even at low intensity levels. ... Statistical analysis highlighted a significant increase in intensity of proteins Amide I band after exposure. This result can be explained assuming that proteins α-helix aligned with the direction of the applied electromagnetic field, due to the circumstance that the ligands of C=O and N-H are oriented along the α-helix axis, giving rise to the Amide I mode intensity. ... Given that proteins in bidistilled aqueous solution can well schematize biological cellular environment in which proteins are embedded to carry out their functions, the paramagnetic property of proteins under low intensity electromagnetic field can induce change in cellular functions.

Last modified on 05-Oct-21

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