Wave genetic code

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In recent decades, some crisis phenomena in molecular biology and developmental biology have begun to gradually come to light. After the discovery of the DNA structure and a detailed examination of the participation of this molecule in genetic processes, the main problem of the phenomenon of life - the mechanisms of its reproduction - remained in its essence not revealed. Hence the limited arsenal of technical and biotechnological tools to control the growth and development of biosystems. There has been a clear gap between the microstructure of the genetic code and the macrostructure of biosystems. Even the discovery of DNA homeoboxes, which dramatically affect the formative acts of embryogenesis, only more clearly highlighted what A.G. Gurvich had warned in due time, believing that the load on the genes is too high, and therefore it is necessary to introduce the concept of a biological field as a spatial temporary marking structure, biological field, “... the properties of which ... are formally borrowed ... from physical representations”.

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Revision of the genetic code model
Extension of the wave genetic coding model
Experimental confirmation of the existence of wave genes
Theoretical models of wave genes
Mathematical modeling of solitons on DNA
Experimental evidence of soliton formation on in vitro information biopolymers
Recording IR laser signal at the level of nonlinear DNA dynamics
On the possibility of creating a laser based on information biomacromolecules
Theoretical study of the possibility of creating a laser on Frelich modes
Antenna model, physical and mathematical formalism
Conversion of epigenosignals in electromagnetic soliton structures, their transposition in the genome of acceptor biosystems
Fermi-Pasta-Ulam return generator of solitary waves (solitons) in the form of a return
The unity of the fractal structure of DNA “texts” and texts in natural languages
On the possibility of creating a biocomputer on genetic structures
The phenomenon of the transition of light into radio waves as applied to biosystems and biocomputers
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