Cellular regeneration/Electrical phenomena
gordonr at Ms.UManitoba.CA
Mon Jul 16 06:47:43 EST 2001
"Can some one enlighten me??" No. Electrical phenomena in
embryogenesis and regeneration abound, but few people make the effort
to observe them, and satisfactory explanations of their role(s) are
lacking.. If we had a way to visualize these fields as easily as we
visualize photons by light microscopy, greater progress might be made.
I've summarized most of the observations in embryos, and discussed a
few other cases, in The Hierarchical Genome (url below). Perhaps
you'd like to work on this outstanding problem?
> Could someone explain to me what happens when:-
>The tail comes away from a slow-worm. It grows back. When it grows back it
>has been found that the cells have a increased voltage around the area of
> What is happening here?
>Has anyone tried to repeat the effects , increasing the voltage of the cells
>in a area, of an animal that has not got this ability? does a limb ? grow
>Can some one enlighten me??
Dr. Richard Gordon, Radiology, University of Manitoba, HSC Rm. GA216,
820 Sherbrook St.
Winnipeg R3A 1R9 Canada
Adjunct: Electrical & Computer Engineering, Exec Member: CSTB, CARRF, IEEE-EMBS
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