Preliminary evidence on the effects of resonant frequencies electromagnetic field on bacterial cells
AUTHORS : Gotovsky Yu.V. | Korolev Yu.N. | Katorgin V.S. | Doroshenko E.V. | Karpekina T.A. | Loiko N.G. | Mulyukin A.L. | Kozlova A.N. | El-Registan G.I.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Center “IMEDIS”, Moscow State University M.V. Lomonosov, biological faculty, Institute of Microbiology RAS, SPC TMiG MH RF, Moscow, Russia
Formulation of the problem
The various effects of weak electromagnetic fields (EMF) on biological systems are well known. This is one of the reasons for the relevance of scientific interest in deciphering the mechanisms of reception of these influences and the formation of a cellular response with the aim of the directed influence of EMF on the vital processes of living organisms. The solution to the questions posed fundamentally depends on the choice of model systems and a set of analysis methods. Biological models (objects) must meet the requirements of: 1) reliable measurement in biological parameters of the effect of exposure; 2) determination of changes in the structural (spatiotemporal) organization of subcellular macromolecules and organelles, resonant to the effect and receptive to it; 3) a detectable difference in the level of reception of the impact caused by differences in the architectonics of cells, as well as in their physiological activity (potency).