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The Electric Potential of the Tissue Fluids of Living Organisms as a Possible Epigenetic Factor

@inproceedings{Pivovarenko2017TheEP,
  title={The Electric Potential of the Tissue Fluids of Living Organisms as a Possible Epigenetic Factor},
  author={Yuri Pivovarenko},
  year={2017}
}
  • Yuri Pivovarenko
  • Published 2017
  • It is shown that the state and properties of aqueous DNA depend on the electric potential of the surrounding water. It is particularly shown that water with a positive potential much more actively hydrates DNA than water with negative potential. Since the electric potential of tissue fluids determines the degree of hydration of DNA, i.e. its state, it can be considered as an epigenetic factor. 

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