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Longevity and Age Management

Advances in Electromedicine

11 years, 4 months ago

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Posted on May 07, 2008, 5 p.m. By Donna Sorbello

Modern electronics and molecular biology research are combined to deduce the specifications for a technology that promotes Healthy Anti-aging. Resonating the firings, spatial organization and rhythms of electrically excitable cells leads to healing and rejuvenation in a completely safe, noninvasive method. The pervasive presence of ionic currents in core biological functions: (1) signal transduction, (2) the electrical conductivity of DNA, (3) the electromagnetic dynamics of protein conformation, render nanoelectricity the common denominator of all integral parts composing the Gestalt of a living organism.

Modern electronics and molecular biology research are combined to deduce the specifications for a technology that promotes Healthy Anti-aging. Resonating the firings, spatial organization and rhythms of electrically excitable cells leads to healing and rejuvenation in a completely safe, noninvasive method. The pervasive presence of ionic currents in core biological functions: (1) signal transduction, (2) the electrical conductivity of DNA, (3) the electromagnetic dynamics of protein conformation, render nanoelectricity the common denominator of all integral parts composing the Gestalt of a living organism. However, to date, few devices pay attention to waveform formation that reflects the essense of cellular communications. A simple square waveform is too impoverished to resonate the harmonious complexity of a biological system, the way a two piece band is insufficient in delivering the musical richness of a symphony. The waveform is as important in cellular resonance as language is in verbal communication. Language is confined by grammar and syntax rules in order to convey a message correctly. Similarly, a waveform is confined by the spatial organization and rythm of endogenous electrical signals that cells use in their multifaceted networking. Ion resonance has a harmonic specificity that has to be encompassed before a device is designed. There is a lot to be gained by developing a device that can emit signals capable of intertwining with those of signal transduction receptors (including G proteins, gene transcription and the activation of T cells). Such a device will not only become the protagonist in Anti-aging but it will have sufficient sophistication to heal disease and enhance overall immune efficiency.

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RESOURCE/SOURCE:  Xanya Sofra-Weiss, Ph.D., Arasys Perfector, LLC

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