Vol. 14, no.1, 2022


Thermal Waves and Flow Features of Pulsed Thermally Stimulated Biochemical Reactions in Viral Particles Interaction with Cells

Alla A. Kornilova, Sergey N. Gaydamaka, Marina A. Gladchenko

Lomonosov Moscow State University, http://www.msu.ru/
Moscow 119991, Russian Federation
E-mail: prtnart@mail.ru, s.gaidamaka@gmail.com, gladmarina@yandex.ru
Dmitry Ya. Agasarov, Igor V. Kornilov, Maxim A. Gerasimov
AVSystems Inc., http://a-v-systems.com/
Stamford, CT 06903, USA
E-mail: welcome@a-v-systems.com

Received September 21, 2021, peer-reviewed September 28, 2021, accepted October 05, 2021

Abstract: This review considers the features of excitation, propagation over a long distance, and the action of non-dissipative high-frequency temperature waves in relation to their influence on the efficiency of the system for remote recognition of critical cells by viruses. It is shown that the action of such waves leads to screening of critical cells due to a change in their surface atomic and molecular structure, which leads to a significant change in the dispersion and other electromagnetic characteristics of these cells. This leads to a very strong weakening of the efficiency of the system of remote recognition of such cells by viruses, which corresponds to the effective "passive" self-defense of the body and blocking the activity of viruses. It is also shown that the effect of such temperature waves can be an "active" method of self-defense of the body, which reconfigures the virus recognition system to extraneous (non-critical) cells or other macrocomplexes. In this case, the result of the attack by the virus will be the mutual destruction of the "false target" and the virus due to the natural apoptosis of this non-critical object when the virus penetrates it.

Keywords: viruses, temperature waves, cells, apoptosis

UDC 536.2.01; 536.2.02; 536.35; 578.1; 578.2; 578.7

RENSIT, 2022, 14(1):87-96 DOI: 10.17725/rensit.2022.14.087.

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