Bioresonance therapy as a method of non-pathogenic induction of synthesis proteins in human blood lymphocytes
AUTHORS : Islamov B.I. | Gotovsky Yu.V. | Akoev V.R. | Zaripov M.M. | Bobovskiy R.V. | Islamova Kh.S. | Belova N.A.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics RAS, Pushchino, Russia
YEAR : 1995 | Category : Research
It is an established fact that the induction of stress proteins in the cells of the body is accompanied by an increase in its resistance to damaging agents . The key problem limiting the practical application of the induction of stress proteins is the need for a triggering pathogenic factor . We present the results of studies of protein synthesis by blood lymphacytes before and after 10 sessions of bioresonance therapy (BRT), which is one of the methods for correcting energy disorders in the meridional system of the body. The study was carried out on 17 patients with the following pathologies: stomach ulcer (4), grade II thyrotoxicosis (1), bronchial asthma (3), headaches (2), arthritis (2), osteochondrosis of the spine (4), myopia (1) .