Myelin Sheath of Peripheral Nerves in Mice Is Regenerated With Magnetic Fields
JUPITER, Fla., Oct. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Dr. Jerry Jacobson, biophysicist and inventor, announced today the results of studies on the effect of extremely low intensity electromagnetic fields on the restoration of forelimb grip strength, and radial nerve ultrastructure in mice with induced motor neuropathy. After administration of neurotoxin, mice persisted to exhibit a 56% decrease in grip strength; and radial nerve electron micrographs showed axonal demyelination, inactive mitochondria and uneven dispersion of neurofilaments and microtubules. Mice were then exposed to magnetic fields, calculated on the basis of masses of molecules vital to nerve function, using the Jacobson Equation, mc(2)=BvLq. Magnetic fields were applied twice weekly for eight and one half weeks. Magnetic field exposure resulted in as much as 87% recovery (p<0.05) of grip strength that was sustained at an 82% level until the 27(th) week of observation. Studies were conducted at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University and then replicated at Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Principal investigator, Professor Anjali Saxena said, “The exposed groups exhibited axonal remyelination, functional condensed state of mitochondria, and evenly dispersed neurofilaments and microtubules; consistent with grip strength recovery.”
Dr. Jacobson said, “Einstein predicted, shortly before his passing in 1955, that the two essential realities of nature, electromagnetic field and gravitational field – or as they might also be called – matter and space – must be unified through an algebraic theory. The equation of Jacobson Resonance accomplishes this connection, and basic science research has shown that matter and space communicate through magnetic resonance.”
Prof. Saxena added, “The results are the first to demonstrate a biological effect of electromagnetic fields, in vivo, on the restoration of subcellular structures required for nerve impulse conduction and metabolism in nerves, and consequently a grip strength recovery from motor neuropathy, under controlled experimental conditions.”
A role of electromagnetic fields in recovery from nerve injury, spinal cord trauma and peripheral neuropathy may be postulated on the basis of selectively modulating neurotropins and their receptors. Further dose-response studies are required to determine a therapeutic model for electromagnetic field application in the treatment of nerve dysfunctions.
Anjali Saxena, Jerry Jacobson, William Yamanashi, Benjamin Scherlag, Brij Saxena (2003) Medical Hypotheses, 60 (6) 821-839 Elsevier Science Ltd.; Available on line at www.sciencedirect.com
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Jerry Jacobson (2012) Reason For Life; Positive Action With Moral Purpose; Abbott Press (A Division of Writer’s Digest), p 88-122
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