Ultra-low emission and the modeling of the properties of biologically active substances. Review

«Radiation and Risk», 2018, vol. 27, no. 2, pp.28-36

DOI: 10.21870/0131-3878-2018-27-2-28-36


Surinov B.P. – Head of Lab., D. Sc., Biol. A. Tsyb MRRC, Obninsk, Russia. Contacts:4 Korolev str., Obninsk, Kaluga region, Russia, 249036. Tel.: +7 (484) 399-71-61; e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


The review of scientific publications devoted to the study of the ability of external electromagnetic radiation to activate the intrinsic radiation of substances of chemical and biological origin is presented. Such radiation in the form of spectral copies can be transmitted along communication lines and are able to reproduce the effector properties of medicinal substances in aqueous media. The latter, when introduced into the body, causes pharmacological effects corresponding to medicinal products. Many authors observed the phenomenon at various objects: living organisms, tissue cells, metabolites, biophysical models. Despite significant methodological differences, there are identical results when the biological activity of a substance can be realized in its absence, as it is supposed, due to the emission of the radiation (fields). Despite the differences in the interpretation of the phenomenon under consideration, they demonstrated new prospects for pharmacology, which are likely to help solve some of the problems inherent in traditional chemical science and practice. Therefore, this phenomenon needs further study.

Key words
Ultra-weak electromagnetic radiation, modeling of chemical properties, medicine drugs, biologically active substances (BAS), information copies (IC), "water memory", information transfer from substance to biological object, remote information reproduction.


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