BIO Web of Conferences
Volume 6, 2016Electro-Activity of Biological Systems
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|Published online||22 March 2016|
Cellular electrodynamic activity
Institute of Photonics and Electronics, The Czech Academy of Sciences, 18200 Prague, Czech Republic
a Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Electromagnetic activity of cells (>100 kHz) beyond the conventional frequency region of electrophysiology is poorly explored, yet it offers opportunities for new diagnostic and therapeutic methods in bioelectronic medicine and may provide insights into new general mechanism in cellular signalling. Here, we describe electromagnetic properties of microtubules, protein nanostructures omnipresent in biological systems, and how they are predicted to be involved in cellular electromagnetic activity (10 MHz - 10 GHz).
Authors were supported from institutional funding of the Institute of Photonics and Electronics, The Czech Academy of Sciences and by the Czech Science Foundation, grant no. 15-17102S.
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