Features of bioresonance effects to biological objects IN VITRO
AUTHORS : Fedotov D.S.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Children’s Diagnostic Center, Tomsk, Russia
YEAR : 1999 | Category : Educational
A significant number of medical and experimental scientific works have already been written about the features of the effect of bioresonance on organs, tissues, bacteria, and cell cultures. However, we have never come across information about bioresonance effects on such an important tissue as blood. This liquid tissue is known to perform a lot of regulatory, metabolic, transport, protective and many other functions in the body. Among other things, an important place in its composition is occupied by the liquid part – plasma, with a large amount of biologically active substances dissolved in it, including enzymes.