biophoton emission

biophoton emission,

n low-energy endogenous radiation produced by humans and other living organisms and detected as barely visible light.
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Called biophoton emission or ultraweak luminescence, the emissions are associated with all fundamental biological processes such as cell division, stress, and death.
Research on biophoton emission in the United States (US) has been hampered by a study conducted in 1937.
Archaeal PAH can bind membranes, proteins and DNA generating exciplexes and biophoton emission.
Biophoton emission is a type of biologic chemiluminescence in which photons are emitted as part of chemical reactions occurring during metabolic processes.
Porphyrins can complex with proteins and nucleic acid producing biophoton emission.
Porphyrins binding to proteins, nucleic acids and cell membranes can produce biophoton emission.
ICRL collaborative studies have included such diverse topics as investigations of anomalous earth-lights, biophoton emission in orgone-treated seeds, seedlings, and microorganisms, acoustical resonances of ancient ceremonial structures, and the effects of specific acoustical frequencies on brain activity.
Thus, the essential characteristics of biophoton emission may be summarized as follows (15,16,17):
Commentary on Bajpai's "frequency stable damped oscillator model of biophoton emission.
It is hypothesized that the presence of such compounds may increase the degree of coherence of DNA biophoton emission.
Over the years, Popp found that biophoton emissions from healthy humans display rhythmic patterns.