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Bio-identical signal technology
A comprehensive therapy for supporting repair of cellular damage and improving cellular activity
Bio-identical signal technology, which is also known as indirect photo-bio modulation, is a patented form of technology used in the NanoViTM. The use of near infra red light, without the use of any drug or pharmaceutical, mimics a naturally occurring signal that our cells produce and use.1, 2 The objective of this type of technology is to support the body's own processes in order to repair protein structures and maintain the health of the DNA, both of which have been damaged by internal and external factors. By doing so, protein functions are restored, DNA is repaired, cellular activity improves, and health can be maintained.
Important background knowledge
A healthy cell and intact proteins:
Proteins are the workhorses inside of our cells. Nothing is able to function inside our body without proteins. They are sensors, triggers, and instigators of functions; basically they are the machinery that does the work inside the cell. The functions can be registered subjectively to some extent, and can be measured partially by using diagnostic techniques. Researchers estimate that human beings possess about 220,000 different proteins.3 Approximately, 17,000 of which have already been identified.4 However, we do not know how the majority of proteins function or when they are activated.
Proteins are identified by their amino acid sequence. The types of amino acids in a protein determine the three-dimensional shape it will take when folding. An important aspect of the shape and activity of the proteins are the binding energies within the three-dimensional structure of the protein. One of the most important binding energies comes from the hydrogen bonds within the proteins5, 6 and from the water surrounding the proteins.7
The water inside our cells is highly ordered,8 the majority is attached to proteins9 and the hydrogen-bonding network of the cell water acts as a matrix for the proteins to function.10-12 The hydrogen bonding energy within the cell water, and around the protein, determines how much energy a protein possesses and affects how well it functions or malfunctions.
Consequences: The total activity and function of the proteins inside cells produce a state of health, vitality and performance or a state of chronic disease, which can produce symptoms that the individual may recognize. Physicians routinely use symptoms, along with laboratory tests that measure what cells produce and which key proteins are working or not working, to diagnose what may be causing the disease state.
Sequential damage of proteins:
Unfortunately, proteins can become damaged over time, from a variety of sources, and stop working or not work at peak efficiency. The damage can come from external or internal sources. External damage comes from the environment,13-16 diet,17-20 and lifestyle,21 which trigger damage to proteins and results in the activation of a stress response in cells.22
The internal source of damage comes mostly from oxygen metabolism, where damage to the proteins is caused by oxidative stress or, more precisely, by free radicals.23-26 Approximately 630 quadrillion (1015) free radicals, also known as reactive oxygen species (ROS) are produced inside the body each day.
Although the average lifespan of a ROS is less than 10 nanoseconds, they disrupt proteins very quickly and do extensive damage. As a result, a strand of DNA inside the cell can be damaged by ROS up to 5,000 times per day.24
Regardless of the cause, when the structure of a protein is damaged its function is compromised and the entire cellular function is diminished. Impaired cellular functions means reduced cellular activity, and this leads to a drop in performance, a loss of vitality, impaired regeneration, and aging. In the worst-case scenario, this may also lead to age-related and chronic diseases.
Often, the individual can feel the result of compromised cellular activities. Objectively, impaired cellular function can be measured both directly and indirectly. Direct detection of damaged proteins can be measured, for example, by analysing DNA damage. Indirect damage of protein function can be measured by heart rate variability (HRV) redox potential, ATP production, oxygen utilization, metabolic resting rate, inflammatory markers, lactate, as well as disease-specific indicators.
In biology, the need to repair proteins rapidly is critical. Otherwise biological systems would be unable to withstand constant, unavoidable damage. Initiating rapid repair requires the signal emitted by specific ROS signalling molecules also known as second messengers.
At this point, the fact that all of the proteins are embedded within the hydrogen bond network of the cells is crucial. Because the hydrogen network receives the emitted signal, all imbedded proteins are automatically affected. The transfer of the signal within hydrogen bond network is called ultra-fast energy transfer.25 Any change to the binding energy of proteins modifies their structure and re-establishes their function. This process is referred to as protein modulation and is essential to cellular activity.
New technology: Supporting repair with a bio-identical signal
The bio-identical signalling for protein modulation described above is a physical process. Therefore introducing drugs or supplements, which initiate chemical reactions, cannot be used for this kind of protein modulation. However, a new biophysical technology called NanoViTM can assist the biological process by providing a bio-identical signal. When applied, it adds to the body’s own signalling and improves cellular activity.
The ROS-typical signal is well known in physics and corresponds to a specific electromagnetic wave in the Near-Infra-Red (NIR) spectrum. This signal can be generated without relying on ROS. NanoViTM technology generates the precise signal inside excitation units and was measured and confirmed at the University of Washington. Just like inside the cell, the ultra-fast signal transfer takes place via the hydrogen bond network. This patented technology must use an airstream with increased humidity to deliver the signal through the mucous membranes of the body. The application of this type of technology is also known as photo-bio modulation therapy.
The results can be recognized by the user or tested objectively. Objective tests, show a substantial improvement of cellular activity as well as a highly specific improvement for previously damaged cellular components. This type of technology has been deployed for a number of years in the fields of health, prevention and sport, in both professional and personal settings.