Wave genetic control biological profiles of nanotechnology

Theoretical foundation of storage options, read and write dynamic polarization holograms based on information of biopolymers.
Previously, we have implemented a successful distantnuû (tens of meters) Laser-radiovolnovuû transfer of morphogenetic signals with biodonora (preparations of rat pancreas and spleen) by biorecipienta (rat, people with diabetes type 1), that led to the regeneration of the pancreas in the body of the sick animals and their complete recovery (control rats were killed). This fact requires theoretical and biological and physical explanations, as proof of the existence of an active genetic information in the form of an electromagnetic field is of fundamental (ideological) the value of.
Known, that basic information cell-DNA polymers, RNA, proteins and many other organisms are metabolites of nitrogen atoms in the asymmetric, so that these metabolites have optical activity and polarize light. However, it is known, the abiogennye nitrogen containing polymers are capable with high diffraction efficiency record dynamic polarizing hologram. In this regard it is interesting to consider the informational biopolymers, DNA, RNA and proteins, as possible custodians and substrates account polarization-biogolografičeskoj information, in view of the, that DNA, RNA and proteins are nitrogen containing polymers. Perhaps, because of this similarity of DNA, RNA and proteins are a special way to absorb a quantum of light with the transition between stable TRANS- izomernymi and CIS- izomernymi konformaciâmi in polipeptidyh and polinukleotydnyh chains. Of particular interest is the DNA molecule as a keeper of polarization-holographic genetic information and as an analogue of abiogennyh nitrogen containing polymers. The main contribution to the energy levels of such an elaborate scheme of polymer molecules for relatively slow processes have made their main stable conformational State of. For DNA is A,B and Z-shaped its conformers.
The likely second photoisomerization of DNA, RNA and proteins, occurring in the cells of the biorecipienta when the polarization-holographic image, may cause changes in the orientation of the absorbing transition, as well as a cross-section of absorption and chromophore hyperpolarizabilities. In turn,, fotoinducirovannoe concentrations of isomers and their spatial orientation changes the optical properties of the environment, the index of refraction and absorption coefficient. We assume, that the effectiveness of the fotoizomerizacionnogo transition is determined by the characteristics of the nitrogen-containing nucleotide sequence specific DNA and RNA, amino acid sequence of specific proteins, as well as the absorption cross-section of isomers, the quantum yield of reaction of trans-CIS isomerization and settings across the world, which modulated the biopolymers were evaluated by cell biodonora. This new polârizacionnoe State of light wave, from fabric-biodonora, and controls the intensity and polarization of biopolymers in the cells of the recipient organism.
In the holographic information laser transducer, used by us for distant transfer wave genetic signals and/or trigger wave structures, mutual orthogonality of polarized laser radiation probing fashion allows you to increase the chance of the maximum match with great axis of the DNA molecule and the orientation of liquid crystals of DNA within chromosomes. Optical response of the CIS-isomer is isotropic. The polymeric matrix equally with nitrogen-containing compounds can enter and not photosensitive neutral fragments, make your background to the optical characteristics of the connection. As a result of possible structural DNA evolutions fotoinducirovannyh rebuilding the entire polymer chains of DNA. Light-induced anisotropy of 3-dimensional distribution of nucleotides in the LCD (LCD) the continuum of DNA in the chromosomes will, probably, longest-lasting longer and therefore can be an important factor in the analysis of processes, responsible for sustainable and long-term storage of holographic information, recorded in topoformah DNA.