Experimental finding on the electromagnetic information transfer of specific molecular signals mediated through the aqueous system on two human cellular models.

  title={Experimental finding on the electromagnetic information transfer of specific molecular signals mediated through the aqueous system on two human cellular models.},
  author={Alberto Foletti and Mario Ledda and E. D'emilia and Settimio Grimaldi and Antonella Lisi},
  journal={Journal of alternative and complementary medicine},
  volume={18 3},
BACKGROUND Recently the authors reported the experimental evidence of the developing concept of Electro Magnetic Information Transfer (EMIT) of specific molecular signals directly and continuously on target cell picking up the molecular signals from the source chemical effector. This was in agreement with the pioneering work of Jaques Benveniste suggesting that the electronic transmission of the 4-phorbol-12-myristate-13-acetate (PMA) signals could be transferred to target neutrophils by an… 

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