Neuroepigenetics - Cells

"According to the central paradigma of molecular biology, the genetic information contained in the DNA is transcribed in RNA and then translated into a protein, linearly, a gene a protein, the foundations of life are all in the DNA. Epigenetics that studies the relationship between environment and human beings DNA, clearly highlights the importance of interaction between cells and energy fields. The concept of communication becomes basic and manifests itself organicistically both within the body and in the external environment. Thus, body cells, that have their own memory, communicate together not only through electrochemical signals but also with fluorescence and vibrations. After all, the brain that receives and processes communication from the external environment is able to interact with the various endocrine and immune systems, as well as to reach the whole organism by coordinating the fundamental central and peripheral functions. A correlation between physiological traits and genetic behaviour is expressed in organismic functioning as well as in specialized and basic functions such as neurodegeneration and neuroplasticity, genetic modulation is expressed not only by exogenous stimulation but also through the exchange of endogenous information."

Dr. Vittorio Catalano