Bioresonance therapy of rheumatoid arthritis and heat shock proteins
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Bioresonance therapy normalized protein synthesis in lymphocytes inhibited by 60% in patients with rheumatoid arthritis, restored impaired synthesis of heat shock proteins at rest (73 and 65 kD proteins) and after heat shock induction (120, 87, 73 and 72, 65, 55, 32 kD, respectively), and provided high induction level for 70 and 32 kD proteins compared to healthy subjects. It is assumed that therapeutic effect of bioresonance therapy is partially determined by recovery of functional activity of lymphocytes due to normalization of heat shock protein synthesis.
Key wordsheat shock proteins rheumatoid arthritis bioresonance therapy
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