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A similarity of changes in physical-chemical properties of pure water induced by low electromagnetic fields (EMF) and by degassing treatment brought us to a conclusion that EMF produces some degassing of water. Degassing in turn gives rise to some biological effects by increasing the surface tension and activity of dissolved ions. In such a way the degassing can modify conformations of proteins and others biomolecules in bioliquids. That was confirmed in our observation of changes in the erythrocyte sedimentation rate and the prothrombinase activity in blood clotting processes.
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Author(s): Vladimir Shatalov Inna Noga Alina Zinchenko
low electromagnetic field, non-thermal, water, bioliquids, nanobubbles, degassing, hydrophobic effect, erythrocyte sedimentation rate, blood clotting.