Activation frequency - electromagnetic resonances in proteins
Based on finding that Resonant Recognition Model frequencies represent oscilations of electromagnetic fields in the visible and infra red range:
We can predict specific electromagnetic frequencies that can modulate protein activity, function or interaction.
Cosic I, Cosic D, Lazar K: Environmental Light and Its Relationship with Electromagnetic Resonances of Biomolecular Interactions, as Predicted by the Resonant Recognition Model, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2016; 13(7), 647, doi: 10.3390/ijeprh13070647.
This approach has already been experimentaly tested on examples:
identification of blue light electromagnetic radiation as treatment for Crigler-Najjar syndrome [Cosic I and Cosic D, EPJ Nonlinear Biomedical Physics, 2016; 4(9).]
identification of electromagnetic radiation that can activate enzymes [Vojisavljevic V et al., Internat J Radiat Biol, 2007; 83, 221-230.]
identification of electromagnetic radiation that can improve stem cell differentiation [Cosic I et al., Appl. Sci. 2019, 9, 1979.]
identification of different electromagnetic radiation from different biological tissues [Dotta BT et al., Naturwissenschaften, 2014; 101(2).]; [Murugan NJ et al., Open Journal of Biophysics, 2014; 5, 35.]; [Karbowski LM et al., FEBS Open Bio, 2015; 5 ,245-250.]
identification of optical nanoparticles that can influence plants and vegetables growth [Cosic I et al., RG November 2018.]
Once when RRM characteristic electromagnetic radiation has been identified for
particular biological function it is possible to use optical nanoparticles of the EM
frequency to produce same biological effect. This has been experimentally tested
on growth of plants and vegetables.
Protein interactions can be considered as resonant energy transfer between interacting molecules. This energy can be transferred through oscillations of a physical field, possibly electromagnetic in nature. Since there is evidence that proteins have certain conducting or semiconducting properties, a charge, moving through the protein backbone and passing through different energy stages caused by different amino acid side groups, can produce sufficient conditions for a specific electromagnetic radiation or absorption. The frequency range of this field depends on charge velocity, which is estimated to be 7.87 x 10e5 m/s and on the distance between amino acids in protein which is 3.8Å. The frequency range obtained for protein interactions includes infra red, visible and ultra violet light.