Mechanisms of Signal Transduction in Cells Facts and Hypotheses

This paper can be linked to the "resonant recognition model" or similar, because it also propose resonant biophotonic recognition between source and target biomolecules, the difference here is the perspective because rather than study the emission/reception mechanism itself points to the idea that biophotonic field interference could explain various nonlinear relationships between concentration of active biomolecules and their targets response.

" ... As part of this process, all impact (information) is mediated through electro-magnetic particles (biophotons) that interact with each other in the electromagnetic field according to laws of constructive and destructive interference. Increase or decrease in the target’s response depends on type of interference predominance. Due to this effect, weak signals are sometimes able to produce stronger response than strong ones as the increase in their number leads to expansion of the area of destructive interference. This principle was confirmed in our pilot study using 3 experimental cell models ... " {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Vladimirsky EB, Milman VD (2019) Mechanisms of Signal Transduction in Cells Facts and Hypotheses. J Clin Med Sci. 3:112. © 2019 Vladimirsky EB, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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