Запорожан, ВМ, Пономаренко, АІ
Nauka innov. 2011, 7(6):50-69
https://doi.org/10.15407/scin7.06.050
Рубрика: Наукові основи інноваційної діяльності
Мова: Російська
Анотація: 
Розроблена теорія, згідно з якою акцептором магнітного поля у генетичному апараті клітини є протеїни сімейства криптохромів (CRY), відомі як репресори головного циркадного транскрипційного комплексу CLOCK/BMAL1. Представлений механізм дозволяє магнітному полю виконувати функції біорегулятора на генетичному рівні. Опосередкована магнітним полем біорегуляція може позначатись на здоров’ї людини, а також впливати на епідеміологічні, еволюційні, кліматичні та інші глобальні процеси в біосфері.
Ключові слова: NF-κB, експресія генів, електромагнітне поле, криптохроми, радикальні пари, транскрипція, циркадні ритми
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