alexa The in vitro effect of bioenergy on the conformational states of human DNA in aqueous solutions.


Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry

Author(s): Rein G

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Abstract Conformational changes in aqueous solutions of human DNA were used as a new bioassay for bioenergy. Two subjects were tested for their ability to direct their intention to either wind or unwinding DNA presented to them in a quartz cuvette. Conformational changes of the DNA solutions were assessed by measuring the absorption spectra before and after treatment with bioenergy. The results confirm previous experiments indicating that focused human intentionality can produce significant changes in DNA conformation. The results extend previous studies by demonstrating the dynamic changes in DNA conformation over time are complex and dependent on the type of bioenergy generated. Different subjects produced different types of conformational change as indicated by shifts in the absorption spectra at either 260 nm or 310 nm. In some cases, bioenergy produced a decrease absorption at 260nm (reflecting DNA winding) and an increase absorption at 310nm. This is an anomalous response of DNA to bioenergy indicating the conformational changes observed are not due to simple winding and unwinding of the DNA helix
This article was published in Acupunct Electrother Res and referenced in Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry

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