Ubiquitous Electron Transport in Non-Electron Transfer Proteins

They don't speak about distant interaction between biomolecules but describe how the experimental results have proven that there is a very good electric conduction capacities (more than in artificially designed wires) in all tested proteins, and that it is so good that the most plausible explanation is that it has a function, moreover this conductivity varies depending on protein conformation (that is, its functional state).

The possible relationship of this to a electromagnetically driven distant recognition between biomolecules (proteins included) is powerful as proteins vibrate, so there is the plausibility to generate a dynamically induced electromagnetic field, moreover they do not only vibrate but their oscillations are collective [1,2].

[1] Meriguet, Y., Lechelon, M., Gori, M., Nardecchia, I., Teppe, F., Kudashova, A., ... & Torres, J. (2019, September). Collective oscillations of proteins proven by terahertz spectroscopy in aqueous medium. In 2019 44th International Conference on Infrared, Millimeter, and Terahertz Waves (IRMMW-THz) (pp. 1-2). IEEE.

[2] Olmi, S., Gori, M., Donato, I., & Pettini, M. (2018). Collective behavior of oscillating electric dipoles. Scientific reports, 8(1), 1-12.

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