DNA Waves and Their Applications in Biology

  • Massimo Fioranelli Department of Nuclear Physics, sub-nuclear and radiation, G. Marconi University, Rome, Italy
  • Alireza Sepehri Department of Nuclear Physics, Sub-nuclear and Radiation, G. Marconi University, Rome, Italy
  • Maria Grazia Roccia Department of Nuclear Physics, Sub-nuclear and Radiation, G. Marconi University, Rome, Italy
  • Chiara Rossi Department of Nuclear Physics, Sub-nuclear and Radiation, G. Marconi University, Rome, Italy
  • Jacopo Lotti Department of Nuclear Physics, Sub-nuclear and Radiation, G. Marconi University, Rome, Italy
  • Petar Vojvodic Clinic for Psychiatric Disorders “Dr. Laza Lazarevic”, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Aleksandra Vojvodic Department of Dermatology and Venereology, Military Medical Academy, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Uwe Wollina Department of Dermatology and Allergology, Städtisches Klinikum Dresden, Dresden, Germany
  • Michael Tirant G. Marconi University, Rome, Italy
  • Van Thuong Nguyen Vietnam National Hospital of Dermatology and Venereology, Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Torello Lotti University of Rome G. Marconi, Rome, Italia
  • Victoria Barygina Department of Biomedical Experimental and Clinical Sciences, University of Florence, Florence, Italy
  • Tatjana Vlaskovic-Jovicevic Clinic for Psychiatric Disorders “Dr. Laza Lazarevic”, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Zorica Peric-Hajzler Military Medical Academy, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Jovana Vojvodic Clinic for Psychiatric Disorders “Dr. Laza Lazarevic”, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Sanja Dimitrijevic Department of Gynecology, Military Medical Academy, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Goran Sijan Clinic for Plastic Surgery and Burns, Military Medical Academy, Belgrade, Serbia
Keywords: Quantum Biology, Chick Embryo, DNA Wave, Bacterial DNA


AIM: In this research, we show that DNA waves have many applications in biology. DNA is formed by the joining of quantum particles like electrons and charged atoms. DNA has different motions during transcription, translation, and replication, in which the charged particles move, accelerate, and emit waves. Thus, DNA could emit quantum waves.

METHODS: Two methods are proposed to observe the effect of DNA waves. The first proposed method measures DNA waves emitted by bacteria suspended in the milk. The vessel of milk is placed in the interior of an inductor. One side of the vessel is connected to a generator and another side to a scope. By sending a current to the inductor, an input electromagnetic field is produced. Bacteria interact with the input field, change it and produce new output signals. Using the scope, the output signals are observed and compared with the input signals. The number of DNA waves produced also depends on temperature.

RESULTS: At lower temperatures, bacterial replication is less, and fewer DNA waves are produced. Conversely, more bacteria are generated at higher temperatures, and more DNA waves are produced. The second proposed method acquires and images of DNA signals of chick embryos. In this method, a circuit is constructed that consists of a graphene or metal tube, generator, inductor, scope, DNA in the interior of eggs and DNA exterior to the eggs. Magnetic waves pass the interior and exterior DNA as well as the graphene. The DNA is excited and the exciting interior/exterior DNA exchanges waves. Some of these waves interact with electrons in the graphene tube, and a current is generated. Properties of the chick embryo DNA can be explored by analysing changes in the waves that emerge from the eggs.

CONCLUSION: It is concluded that DNA waves could be used extensively in imaging and provide for us the exact information about evolutions of DNAs interior of biological systems.


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Author Biography

Torello Lotti, University of Rome G. Marconi, Rome, Italia

Prof. Lotti is Full Professor of the Dermatology and Venereology at University of Studies Guglielmo Marconi, Rome, Italy. He is Honorary Professor of Dermatology - China Medical University Shenyang (2011), Lecturer at the New York Academy of Sciences "Howard Fox Memorial Lecture" (14 March 2012 - New York, NY – USA), and Chair, Executive Scientific Committee Vitiligo Research Foundation, New York , NY , USA. He is President of the World Health Academy, Dermatology since 2013. He has been Full Professor of the Dermatology and Venereology Division at University of Florence School of Medicine, Florence, Italy, from 2006 to 2010. He is Visiting Professor in six International Universities worldwide, and Key Note Lecturer in several international dermatology Societies. His activities in serving Dermatology have been numerous: President of the Italian Society of Dermatology and Venereology (SIDeMaST , 2009-2010) and President of the International Society of Dermatology ( ISD, 2009-2010), President of the European Society for Cosmetic and Aesthetic Dermatology (2003-2004), Editor in Chief of the Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (1992-2002) , Editor "Therapeutic Hotline"- Dermatologic Therapy (2007-)and served as Editor in Chief of the Giornale Italiano di Dermatologia in the period of presidency of the Societa' Italiana di Dermatologia (2009-2010). He has been President of numerous international congresses and is currently Editor in Chief of the Giornale Italiano di Dermatologia e Venereologia ( 2010-2020 ). He is Ordinary Member of the main Scientific Societies worldwide (EADV, SIDEV , ESDR , ISD, AAD, SID) and Honorary Member of several Scientific Societies of the Dermatology field. Moreover, he is a Scientific reviewer of ten sectorial journals, among which are the British Journal of Dermatology, Journal of Investigative Dermatology, Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology , Dermatologic Therapy. He has authored 1054 scientific publications (393 peer reviewed articles, 288 books chapters e 365 abstracts). For more information, see www.torellolotti.it


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How to Cite
Fioranelli M, Sepehri A, Roccia MG, Rossi C, Lotti J, Vojvodic P, Vojvodic A, Wollina U, Tirant M, Nguyen VT, Lotti T, Barygina V, Vlaskovic-Jovicevic T, Peric-Hajzler Z, Vojvodic J, Dimitrijevic S, Sijan G. DNA Waves and Their Applications in Biology. Open Access Maced J Med Sci [Internet]. 2019Sep.11 [cited 2020Oct.20];7(18):3096-100. Available from: https://www.id-press.eu/mjms/article/view/oamjms.2019.767

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