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Biophoton emission of human body.
Recent advances in biophoton research and its applications
Mitogenetic radiation (ultraweak ultraviolet luminescence of biological systems) as an evidence of non-equilibrial properties of a living matter, and some essential problems of biophoton research and probable answers.
Biophoton emission. New evidence for coherence and DNA as source.
Evidence is obtained that the ultraweak photon emission from living systems has a high degree of coherence and DNA is apparently at least an important source, since conformational changes induced with ethidium bromide in vivo are clearly reflected by changes of the photon emission of cells.
Physical aspects of biophotons
It is shown that the considered equations deliver, besides the thermal equilibrium, a conditionally stable region far away from equilibrium, which can help to describe both ‘biophoton emission’ and biological regulation.
Delayed luminescence of biological systems in terms of coherent states
Biophotonics in the infrared spectral range reveal acupuncture meridian structure of the body.
- K-P Schlebusch, W. Marić-Oehler, F. Popp
- PhysicsJournal of alternative and complementary medicine
- 4 March 2005
This study shows, for the first time, evidence of the existence of the acupuncture meridian structure in the human body, and it is likely that living matter is not in the ground state, but permanently electronically excited.
Light-induced photon emission by mammalian cells.
Biophoton emission of the human body.
Evidence of non-classical (squeezed) light in biological systems
BIOPHOTON EMISSION: EXPERIMENTAL BACKGROUND AND THEORETICAL APPROACHES
Biophoton emission is a general phenomenon of living systems. It concerns a weak photon radiation from a few to some hundred photons per second, per square centimeter surface area, at least within…