Prof. Sorin Comorosan

At the LENCOS (Localized Extitations in Nonlinear Complec Systems) conference, July 2012, Seville, Spain, I presented experimental & theoretical evidence for optical manipulation of biological matter and the new properties (antioxidant effects) that are obtained. (Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Bioenergetics, Elsevier - Oct 1, 2012, 1817, pp. 5130-5137)

Recently, Professor Comorosan has published two new aspects of electromagnetic field interactions: an anti-oxidant effect and a surprising activation of water clusters formation:
Journal of Biological Physics - No 35, (2009) 265-277

A new development on a mechanism for the green light effect on chemical systems at quantum level is advanced. A new concept of long lived macromolecular systems, with long range interactions is suggested.

Structural studies on serum albumins under green light irradiations:
Eur. Biophys. J. 39 (2010) 1483-1491

A physical mechanism for the high density green photons effects on biological macromolecules, protein and nucleic acids, has been recently published.

Green light radiation effects on free radicals inhibition in cellular and chemical systems:
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 102 (2011) 39-44.

A long lived clustering effect on small molecules (NaCl solution) was also revealed.

High-density green photons effects on NaCl solutions detected by red blood cells membranes:
Digest Journal of Nanomaterials and Biostructures Vol.7, No.1, ( 2012) 227-235

All the above experimental results suggest a new theoretical development in the field of local excitation in complex nonlinear biological systems. Detection of subtle physical transitions by biological receptors, suggests also the concept of biological spectroscopy.

Optical manipulation of complex molecular systems by high density green photons: experimental and theoretical evidence: Eur. Phys. J-B-DOI: 10.1140/epjb/e2013-r40049-8.

Presently my work is linked with the highlighted domain of optical manipulation of matter. This is a very active field of physics. In a complex macromolecular system (long alkanes chains) we reported 3-D organization of polarizable matter, subjected to the manipulation with electromagnetic field. We termed these newly induced structures biological optical matter.