Are Cells Communicating With Each Other By Emitting Light?

May 22, 2012 by

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Biophotons are optical or ultraviolet photons that are emitted by biological systems and there’s long been a suspicion among some biologists that they are up to something we don’t really understand (biophotons are, by the way, different than much brighter bioluminescence). The scientific jury is still out on exactly how living cells emit and carry these photons, but a researcher at the Lebedev Institute of Physics in Moscow thinks he may have found some key evidence bolstering the theory that they are a means of intercellular communication.

Are Cells Communicating With Each Other By Emitting Light?

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