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# Quantum information processing at the cellular level. Euclidean approach

@article{Ogryzko2009QuantumIP,
title={Quantum information processing at the cellular level. Euclidean approach},
author={Vasily Ogryzko},
journal={arXiv: Molecular Networks},
year={2009}
}
• V. Ogryzko
• Published 23 June 2009
• Biology
• arXiv: Molecular Networks
Application of quantum principles to living cells requires a new approximation of the full quantum mechanical description of intracellular dynamics. We discuss what principal elements any such good approximation should contain. As one such element, the notion of "Catalytic force" Cf is introduced. Cf is the effect of the molecular target of catalysis on the catalytic microenvironment that adjusts the microenvironment towards a state that facilitates the catalytic act. This phenomenon is…
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