Dr. Daniel Fels

The term ‘fields of the cell’ refers to the fact that electrodynamic fields surround every cell and cellular organelle. It includes fields belonging to all charged cell components, i.e ions and polar molecules, as well as those components generated by cell chemistry. This further refers to the modal of cavity resonance, and can also be defined as the sum of all electrodynamic cell activity taking part in intracellular and extracellular processes.

Non-chemical cell signalling is a very important area of research, for here we learn more about how cells communicate and more importantly what they communicate. Here Dr Daniel Fels from the University of Basel explains more…


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