Differentiation of Malignant Compared to Non-Malignant Cells by TheirBio-Photon Emissions May Only Require a Specific Filter around 500 nm

@article{Murugan2016DifferentiationOM,
  title={Differentiation of Malignant Compared to Non-Malignant Cells by TheirBio-Photon Emissions May Only Require a Specific Filter around 500 nm},
  author={Nirosha J Murugan and Lukasz M. Karbowski and Blake T. Dotta and David A. E. Vares and Kevin S. Saroka and Robert M. Lafrenie and Michael A. Persinger},
  journal={Journal of Cancer Science \& Therapy},
  year={2016},
  volume={8}
}
Emphasis upon early detection of malignant cellular growths rather than imaging could allow earlier intervention. Photon emissions from malignant cells even when they constitute a very small proportion of the normal organ has been shown to require a technical understanding of the spectral power density profiles that can be predicted by Cosic’s Molecular Resonance Recognition equation. Here we demonstrate experimentally a simpler more robust detection method involving specific filters of photon… 

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