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Title: Framework of collagen type I - Vasoactive vessels structuring invariant geometric attractor in cancer tissues: Insight into biological magnetic field
Author: Díaz J.A.
Murillo M.F.
Jaramillo N.A.
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Issue Date: 2009
Keywords: collagen type 1
blood vessel
cancer morphology
cancer tissue
crystal structure
human tissue
image analysis
image display
magnetic field
structure analysis
tumor vascularization
Abstract: In a previous research, we have described and documented self-assembly of geometric triangular chiral hexagon crystal-like complex organizations (GTCHC) in human pathological tissues. This article documents and gathers insights into the magnetic field in cancer tissues and also how it generates an invariant functional geometric attractor constituted for collider partners in their entangled environment. The need to identify this hierarquic attractor was born out of the concern to understand how the vascular net of these complexes are organized, and to determine if the spiral vascular subpatterns observed adjacent to GTCHC complexes and their assembly are interrelational. The study focuses on cancer tissues and all the macroscopic and microscopic material in which GTCHC complexes are identified, which have been overlooked so far, and are rigorously revised. This revision follows the same parameters that were established in the initial phase of the investigation, but with a new item: the visualization and documentation of external dorsal serous vascular bed areas in spatial correlation with the localization of GTCHC complexes inside the tumors. Following the standard of the electro-optical collision model, we were able to reproduce and replicate collider patterns, that is, pairs of left and right hand spin-spiraled subpatterns, associated with the orientation of the spinning process that can be an expansion or contraction disposition of light particles. Agreement between this model and tumor data is surprisingly close; electromagnetic spiral patterns generated were identical at the spiral vascular arrangement in connection with GTCHC complexes in malignant tumors. These findings suggest that the framework of collagen type 1 - vasoactive vessels that structure geometric attractors in cancer tissues with invariant morphology sets generate collider partners in their magnetic domain with opposite biological behavior. If these principles are incorporated into nanomaterial, biomedical devices, and engineered tissues, new therapeutic strategies could be developed for cancer treatment. © 2009 Diaz et al.
Type: Artículo
Citation: Díaz JA,Murillo MF,Jaramillo NA. Framework of collagen type I - Vasoactive vessels structuring invariant geometric attractor in cancer tissues: Insight into biological magnetic field. PLoS One. 2009. 4. (2):e4506. .
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