Author: Tekutskaya EE, Barishev MG, Ilchenko GP
Date published: 2015 Nov-Dec
Other: Volume ID: 60 , Issue ID: 6 , Pages: 1099-103 , Special Notes: [Article in Russian] , Word Count: 120
It is shown that the amplicons of hepatitis virus DNA (hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus) are capable of inducing radiation after an exposure to electromagnetic fields in the frequency range from 3 to 30 Hz and the field strength, 24-40 A/m, registered by means of a chemiluminescence method. The most effect of the electromagnetic field on water solutions of the amplicons of hepatitis virus DNA occurs at the frequency of 9 Hz, the change in the hydration shell of DNA amplicons is observed. It is suggested that the change in the hydration shell of DNA amplicons exposed to the low-frequency electromagnetic field leads to restoration of hydrogen bonding, stitchings formation and DNA repair as a whole.
PMID: 26841502 [PubMed - in process]