Theory of long distance interaction between antibodies and antigens.

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Measuring the kinetics of antigen-antibody bindings we found an unexpected effect that can be explained by an automatic long distance detection of antigens by antibodies over up to 2 mm. We have developed a theory based on phase locking of THz waves, which leads antibodies automatically to their antigens. A mathematical proof of principle is done.


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Name: European biophysics journal : EBJ
ISSN: 1432-1017


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