Журнал coMra-Терапии

The bioenergetics of COVID-19 immunopathology and the therapeutic potential of biophysical radiances

Аржан Суразаков, Анна Классен, Oksana Gizinger
{ Опубликовано: November 12, 2020 | Last update : December 16, 2020 }

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  • IMMUNITY
  • COVID-19

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Published in Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jphotobiol.2020.112083

In developing an effective clinical tool against COVID-19, we need to consider why SARS-CoV-2 infections develop along remarkably different trajectories: from completely asymptomatic to a severe course of disease. In this paper we hypothesize that the progressive exhaustion and loss of lymphocytes associated with severe stages of COVID-19 result from an intracellular energy deficit in an organism which has already been depleted by preexisting chronic diseases, acute psychological stress and the aging process. A bioenergetics view of COVID-19 immunopathology opens a new biophysical opportunity to enhance impaired immune function via proposed pathways of photomagnetic catalysis of ATP synthesis, regenerative photobiomodulation and the ultrasonic acceleration of cell restructuring. Moreover, we suggest that a coherent application of multiple biophysical radiances (coMra) may synergistically enhance energy-matter-information kinetics of basal self-regeneration of cells and thus improve immune function and accelerate recovery.

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