Stimulation of Biochemical Effect Using EM Field for Diagnosis & Treatment of Disease

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Rashmi Mishra, Arpita Shukla, Dilip Tamboli

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Exogenous electromagnetic fields have long been considered to have an impact on living cells, but endogenous electromagnetic fields may also be used to study the action of biological entities. Exogenous and endogenous electromagnetic fields also allow noninvasive detection of biological entities' internal states possible. In certain situations, however, endogenous signals may be preferable because they don’t need external excitation. Exogenous signals, alternatively, may be use to observe and alter the internal process of biological organisms. An in-depth understanding of these associations will contribute to the advancement of non-invasive diagnostic methods and non-medicated disease therapies in the field of medical science. We had to analyze pure water, Clostridium Perfringens, Streptococcus, and staphylococcus solution in this article. This method is used to classify bacteria in real time, with no need for additional chemicals or testing. We hope that this paper will aid researchers in gaining a thorough understanding of these methods as well as recent developments in the area.

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Rashmi Mishra, Arpita Shukla, Dilip Tamboli. (2021). Stimulation of Biochemical Effect Using EM Field for Diagnosis & Treatment of Disease. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 647–668. Retrieved from http://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/2498
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