Ultraweak Electromagnetic Wavelength Radiation as Biophotonic Signals to Regulate Life Processes

Abstract

Photons participate in most atomic and molecular interactions and changes in life regulation processes. In this respect, the development of photomultiplier tubes (PMT’s) in the early fifties of the last century was a key event in order to detect photons in biological tissue as reported by Colli et al. [1]. This practical discovery of light emission in cells… (More)

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@inproceedings{Niggli2014UltraweakEW, title={Ultraweak Electromagnetic Wavelength Radiation as Biophotonic Signals to Regulate Life Processes}, author={Hugo J. Niggli}, year={2014} }