Study of the effects of bioresonance (endogenous wave) therapy for human immunodeficiency virus
AUTHORS : Markin Yu.V. | Volikov Yu.K.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : MP Granit”, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2001 | Category : Research
The AIDS problem is one of the most pressing problems facing medicine and humanity. The acquired immunodeficiency syndrome was first described in 1981. Two years later, J. Montignier and co-authors identified the causative agent of AIDS – a human retrovirus, which is now known as type I human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1). Purpose of the study: determination of the effect of bioresonance (endogenous wave – EWT) therapy on the human immunodeficiency virus. Materials and methods Viruses.
We used strains of HIV-1899A from the collection of viruses of the Research Institute of Virology named after V.I. D.I. Ivanovsky RAMS. Cells. We used transplantable human lymphoblastoid cells MT-4 from the cell collection of the Ivanovsky Research Institute of Virology, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences. The cells were cultured at a concentration of 3–5 10five in 1 ml in RPMI 1640 medium with 10% bovine embryo serum (Sigma, USA), 100 μg / gentamicin (Pharmachim, Bulgaria).