Special Issue "Electromagnetic Radiation in Biology and Health"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 April 2020.
2. AMALNA Consulting, Melbourne, VIC 3193, Australia
Interests: bioelectromagnetism, molecular modeling, signal processing, resonances, electromagnetic radiation
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2. Institute of Translational Pharmacology, National Research Council-C.N.R., Rome, Italy.
Interests: bioelectromagnetic medicine, biophysical therapies, biophysical pathways, biophysical aspects of complexity in health and disease, electromagnetic information transfer through aqueous system
It is well known that number of biological processes within cells, tissues, whole organism are either driven or are producing electrical or electromagnetic signals. For example, brain activity is characterised by EEG signal, while heart and other muscles are also producing electrical and electromagnetic signals. On the cellular level cells are activated by the change of electrical potential across cell membrane, which is particularly investigated in nerve activation or transduction. These and many other processes at the cellular level are driven by activation of number of protein and DNA, (i.e. membrane ion channels, protein receptors, etc), which are also driven by selective electromagnetic interactions in several frequency windows. As all these biological processes are performed in water environment; water also plays the critical role in relevant electromagnetic interaction and propagation. There is large body of research in the area of biological electromagnetism, particularly on how to provide benefits for healthcare through innovative medical applications in therapy and prevention. Although it is new area of research, there is large number of publications but scattered across many different areas and journals. This special issue has the aim to provide focus view into novel and innovative research area of Electromagnetic Radiation in Biology and Health.
Prof. Dr. Irena Cosic
Dr. med. Alberto Foletti
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- Molecular Resonances
- Cell Membrane Potential
- Tissue Electromagnetism
- Biophysical Patterns of Health and disease
- Electromagnetic Treatments in Medicine
- Water Role in Bioelectromagnetism
- Electromagnetic Signaling Pathways of the Cell
- Electroconductive Properties of Microtubule
- Electromagnetic Cell Communication
- Interaction of Electromagnetic Fields with Biological Systems
- Electromagnetic Homeostasis
- Electrodynamic Interactions among Biomolecules
- Biophysical Basis of Medical Applications
- Biophysical therapies
- Resonant Waves and Microbes
- Cellular electrome
- Electromagnetic information transfer through aqueous system
- Biophysical pathways
- Solitons in biology and medicine
- Nonlinearity, Coherence, and Complexity