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Electromagnetic Signals with HIV

For the first time, the electromagnetic signals specific to HIV are detected in patients receiving antiretroviral therapy has no proven virus in the blood, the prospects for a science of homeopathy in good condition
Luc Montagnier, who won the 2008 Nobel Prize for discovering the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), scored a success, but it is very controversial in the community. His research team has found that electromagnetic (EM) signals consistently in dilute solutions of DNA of HIV virus in water.

For the first time, the electromagnetic signals specific to HIV are detected in patients receiving antiretroviral therapy has no proven virus in the blood, the prospects for a science of homeopathy in good condition
Luc Montagnier, who won the 2008 Nobel Prize for discovering the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), scored a success, but it is very controversial in the community.  His research team has found that electromagnetic (EM) signals consistently in dilute solutions of DNA of HIV virus in water.

HIV is an RNA virus, detected in the blood of people infected by the virus.  The viral RNA is not responsible for the EM signal.  In contrast, the complementary DNA (cDNA) that did the trick.  DNA signals were detected only in patients previously treated with antiretroviral therapy, and have no detectable viral DNA copies in the blood [1].

The results suggest that treatment of AIDS patients with antiretroviral drugs grow virus to a new way to involve DNA replication and does not respond to drugs.  This has implications for new approaches to the eradication of AIDS and the science of homeopathy.
Antiretroviral therapy is no cure

Antiretroviral therapy (ART) has become the standard treatment of HIV infection.  Usually a combination of three or four inhibitors of reverse transcriptase and protease viral, and the results of an apparently complete loss of HIV viral load – measured by RNA copies in the blood to the patient – in 3 to 6 months.  But when the treatment ended, resumed viral replication within weeks, copies of viral RNA in the blood increases, and fewer CD4 T cells.

This indicates the presence of a viral reservoir without access to antiretroviral drugs, or integrated proviral DNA in cells in a dormant state.  In the study, showed scientists that the anti-retroviral treatment induces the release of the DNA sequences of HIV in the blood of patients, which is visible by the “new technology biophysics previously described for bacterial DNA [2] (see” Homeopathic “The signs of DNA, SiS 48)  . Yes, pushing ART virus at a low level of DNA replication models. That is why “common inhibitors used in the art can not reach the eradication of viral infection, researchers say.

A device originally used by Jacques Benveniste (research immunologist has homeopathy) has made it possible to detect low-frequency electromagnetic waves, apparently issued by the high water dilutions of DNA from pathogenic bacteria.
No EM signals produced by the virus

CEM cells (a cell line derived from human T cells) were infected by HIV-1.  The supernatant was diluted 1 / 10 and discusses the signs of MS, and gave negative results in experiments with bacteria.

He had to pass the supernatant through a filter with pores of 20 nm to separate the so-called “nano particles that emit” intact virus particles was 100-120 nm.  When centrifuged in a sucrose gradient, formed virus particles, a strong band at a density of 1.16.  In contrast, the nanoparticles produce EM signals associated with fractions that vary in density 1.15 to 1.25.

Plasma samples were obtained from three groups of patients (total 125): asymptomatic without treatment, but symptomatic and treated with high viral load and antiretroviral therapy are treated symptomatically and with no visible viral load.

MS signals were recorded regularly in the third category of 30 patients.  MS signals were detected in plasma dilutions ranging 10-4 to 10-8.  No signal was detected in MS patients in the other two categories with the exception of one patient with untreated HIV disease.

For signs of MS, the plasma may be frozen and stored preferably at 4 ˚ C. Freezing and storage at -29 or -80 ˚ C destroys the ability to produce EM signals.  coagulated blood serum was also negative for signs of MS, when kept at 4 ˚ C or frozen.  Heat the diluted plasma at 65 ˚ C for one hour inactive or significantly reduced their ability to produce EM signals.  filtration filters to 20 nm was necessary to detect signals such as in vitro studies.
The HIV DNA is the source of EM signals

To clarify the source of EM signals, nucleic acids were extracted from plasma by three different groups of patients.  precipitated with ethanol (containing nucleic acids) was dissolved in water and the solutions were filtered through 20 nm filters.  DNA concentration was adjusted to 1-4 ng / ml buffer, and diluted and tested as before.

MS signals were detected only in the group of patients treated with antiretroviral therapy and viral load.  The signs were produced in the same range of dilutions in fresh plasma and aqueous, the filtering of the original solution, and vortex stirring after each dilution water is necessary for EM signals to be detected.

Treatment of the original solution of RNase (To break the RNA) had no effect, suggesting that DNA instead of viral RNA EMS product.  This was confirmed by treatment with DNase original solution, which destroys the ability to produce EM signals, provided that the DNA nanostructures have already been removed by freezing.  DNA molecules are not affected by frost, and can re-induce nanostructures water after freezing.  Positive dilutions EM signals ranging 10-3 to 10-9 in the first place

heparinized blood of many HIV-positive patients on antiretroviral treatment is performed on a Ficoll (density) and the gradient of DNA extracted from the three fractions: plasma, white cells and red blood cells pellet.  EM signal remained stable for several days, sometimes for several weeks if stored at 4 ˚ C

In all patients with an undetectable viral load, only DNA from plasma and erythrocyte fractions gave very positive sign.  DNA of white blood cell layer derivatives showed no signs or only weak signals.  In patients receiving ART and other high viral load, was only the DNA derived from plasma positive.

To identify the DNA sequence is responsible for the electro-magnetic signals, researchers have developed specific primers to amplify a different part of the HIV genome and DNA evidence derived purified by gel electrophoresis.  As a control, the entire genome of HIV proviral DNA tested and found positive for the EMS.  Several sequences in the proviral genome has been the source of EM signals LTR, NEF and Conv.

The same primers were used to detect specific sequences of DNA extracted from plasma or red blood cells sediment positive patients.  The LTR DNA fragment was found in all preparations, often followed by NEF and ENV.  Interestingly, a greater sensitivity of detection achieved by the use of reverse transcriptase Taq polymerase before the PCR reaction.  But the reaction was not affected by RNase treatment, indicating that reverse transcriptase using a DNA template and RNA not.

The most important result, apparently paradoxical, is that DNA sequences unrelated to HIV patients on antiretroviral therapy and undetectable in the blood RNA can be detected by the emission of EMS and PCR.  Previously untreated patients treated DNA showed no evidence of such.

This result was achieved with patients from different geographic regions: North America, Europe, West and Central Africa, probably infected with various subtypes of HIV.  DNA can be detected in plasma, but also found associated with red blood cells have no nuclear DNA.  Thus, the DNA associated with them are likely present in the nanostructures attached to the membrane of red blood cells or nucleated cells sediment with red cells, granulocytes, perhaps.  In patients with a detectable viral load again DNA was found only in the plasma fraction.

The results suggest that active DNA fragments of DNA in the blood of the collapse (apoptosis) in certain infected cells containing proviral DNA in a dormant state.  In addition, DNA unintegrated forms of HIV DNA.  More circular DNA has been described for HIV infection in vitro and in vivo.  And persistence of DNA episomal (not integrated) of HIV have been reported in some patients receiving antiretroviral therapy with undetectable viral RNA in the blood.  A third hypothesis favored by the researchers, is that art works effectively to prevent reverse transcription of viral RNA to DNA, thereby blocking any productive infection of susceptible cells.  But do not prevent replication of DNA-DNA in a non-integrated.  In other words, art is pushed to the replacement of virus replication, probably of minor importance and function of a cellular DNA polymerase, but enough to keep the viral genome to the viral DNA integrated and able to resume the viral cycle is interrupted ART.  Cells and tissues where it occurs in DNA replication remains to be identified.

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