The Mystery of Chemotherapy Brain: Kynurenines, Tubulin and Biophoton Release

Speaks about post-chemotherapy cognitive impairment and the causes that produce it, is interesting to read what they mention about biophoton releases in neurons, of how increased or decreased photon release is associated with neural pathology and that the increased biophoton release can alter the orientation of microtubules.

They mention how biophotons have a wide spectrum from near infrared to ultraviolet traversing the entire visible range, and that the emissions in the near ultraviolet on the 280 nm corresponds to the peak absorption wavelength of the essential amino acid, tryptophan, and curiously they mention that the greatest alteration in the orientation of the microtubules occurs in this wavelength also.

Last modified on 12-Mar-20

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