Distant intercellular electromagnetic interaction between two tissue cultures
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Experimental data on distant intercellular electromagnetic interaction between two tissue cultures when one of them is exposed to factors of biological (viruses) or chemical (mercuric chloride) nature are presented; the characteristic response of the “intact” culture is in the form of a “mirror” cytopathic effect.
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