Volume 2, Issue 6, December 2014, Page: 114-120
The Processes of DNA Replication and the Shortening of the Telomere are Influenced by the Action of the Magnetic Field
Rojeab Adnan Yousif, Electrical and Electronic Department, London College UCK, London, U.K.
Received: Dec. 2, 2014;       Accepted: Dec. 11, 2014;       Published: Dec. 19, 2014
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijgg.20140206.13      View  3467      Downloads  190
Abstract
This hypothesis research work shows that the induction and the remanent phenomena of the magnetic properties govern the mechanism of the processes of DNA replication and the shortening of the telomere. The solenoid–like formation of each parental DNA strand, which exists at the initial stage of the replication process, enables an electric charge transformation through the strand to produce a magnetic field. The magnetic field, in turn, induces the surrounding medium to form a new (replicated) strand by a remanent magnetization. Through the remanent [residual] magnetization process, the replicated strand possesses a similar information pattern to that of the parental strand. In the same process, the remanent amount of magnetization forms the medium in which it has less of both repetitive and pattern magnetization than that of the parental strand, therefore the replicated strand shows a shortening in the length of its telomeres.
Keywords
DNA Replication, Magnetic Properties, Residual Magnetization, Shortening of the Telomere
To cite this article
Rojeab Adnan Yousif, The Processes of DNA Replication and the Shortening of the Telomere are Influenced by the Action of the Magnetic Field, International Journal of Genetics and Genomics. Vol. 2, No. 6, 2014, pp. 114-120. doi: 10.11648/j.ijgg.20140206.13
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