Searching for Electrical Properties, Phenomena and Mechanisms in the Construction and Function of Chromosomes

" The structural components of chromosomes corresponded with the components of electrical transformers (i.e. generators, chargers, conductors, capacitors (condensers), switches, transmitters, receivers, transformers, currents, and electric grids)." {Credits 1}

" The functions of chromosomes display electromagnetic interactions and phenomena, such as attractions, repulsions, vibration, resonance, breaks, and fusions which are known in physics and electrical engineering; are studied using the same methods; measured with the same units for energy; obey the same physical laws and equations; and are described with the same terminology." {Credits 1}

" Heterochromatin, which comprises about 97% of the building materials of human chromosomes, has been considered to be unimportant, inert, genetically inactive, barren, non-functional and useless “junk” DNA. We suggest that heterochromatin be considered a very important area in chromosomes, actively generating and operating their own electrical forces and mechanisms." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Kanev, I., Mei, W. N., Mizuno, A., Dehaai, K., Sanmann, J., Hess, M., Starr, L., Grove, J., Dave, B., & Sanger, W. (2013). Searching for electrical properties, phenomena and mechanisms in the construction and function of chromosomes. Computational and structural biotechnology journal, 6, e201303007. © 2013 Kanev et al. This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

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