Accession Number ADA565114
Title Biological Information Processing in Single Microtubules.
Publication Date Aug 2011
Media Count 5p
Personal Author A. Bandyopadhyay
Abstract This is the first annual report of a project isolate single brain microtubules reproduced 200,000 times faster than by conventional methods, by using radio wave controlled technology. This radio wave controlled technology to condense proteins adopting protein synchrony. We could take proteins from various samples and could generate synchrony in the water solution; this technology in future would help us in instant testing of inventory drug molecules. Until date it was not known why potential flux moves in the brain at a speed of 400km/hr, when electrons move only a few cm in years, we have found that through microtubule, solitons propagate at the speed of sound which explains mysterious high speed communication in the brain. We have defined what does it meant by information, everywhere we listen to the phrase brain s information processing but what does that visualization means. We have experimentally found and suggested it is soliton.
Keywords Biological information processing
Brain
Electromagnetic energy
Foreign reports
Japan
Microtubules
Nerve impulses
Neuroscience
Neurotransmission
Proteins
Soliton based information processing

 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 57B - Biochemistry
57A - Anatomy
57S - Physiology
Corporate Author National Inst. for Materials Science, Tsukuba (Japan).
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Annual rept. 9 Jul 2010-8 Jul 2011.
NTIS Issue Number 1304
Contract Number FA2386-10-1-4059

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