" The DNA and the enzyme molecules, although sharply different in their chemical structures, are macromolecular systems physically characterized by their dipolar structure. According to our quantum electrodynamics description, dipole vibrational modes are the source of radiative electromagnetic (em) dipole fields through which the interaction between DNA and enzyme develops. Since they are embedded in the water environment whose molecules are also characterized by their molecular dipoles, DNA and enzyme “talk” to each other by means of their radiative dipole fields propagating in the water medium. This long-range communication is mediated by the water dipoles. The chemical activity between DNA and enzyme develops in and is conditioned by such a physical scenario."
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