Field-dependent effects in biological systems

" ... subtle changes in the electromagnetic (e.m.) field, as those addressed by Quantum Field Theory – are quite ubiquitous. According to Adey, glycoproteins on the cell surface can act as antennae for e.m. signals (Fröhlich, 1988). After the transmission across the membrane, the signal is propagated to the cytoplasm by cytoskeleton-mediated events, in which again e.m. processes may be involved. Therefore, it is time to look at the biochemical reaction not as a pure chemical process, but instead as biophysical event." {Credits 1}

" ... This is especially relevant when considering that a number of complex natural mixtures do not seems to recognize a specific target, while inducing dramatic effects, though (Bizzarri et al., 2011a). That is to say, that some complex molecular blends may exert their “pharmacological” effects by targeting some biophysical properties of the field, instead of single, well-recognized molecular targets." {Credits 1}

etc, etc.

{Credits 1} 🎪 Bizzarri, M., Monti, N., Minini, M., & Pensotti, A. (2019). Field-dependent effects in biological systems. Organisms. Journal of Biological Sciences, 3(1), 35-42. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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