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Msg  258 of 271  at  8/16/2019 6:42:38 AM  by

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 In response to msg 257 by  Rob Cos
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Re: Cardiac/EP M&A heating up - exciting time...

Rob, Really appreciate your continued information sharing.

Did not really track this field - however, it appears to be the "next big thing". This article is quite intriguing...

"Scientists like Michael Levin of Tufts University have discovered that cellular charges control how and where a structure forms in a developing embryo. Even more surprising, heís found that itís possible to manipulate bodily forms just by changing the voltage patterns of its cells."

"Bioelectric signals serve as a kind of a high-level master regulator switch. Their spatial distribution across tissues and intensity tells a region on an embryo, OK, youíre going to be an eye, or youíre going to be a brain of a particular size, or youíre going to be a limb, or youíre going to the left side of the body, that kind of thing."

https://www.knowablemagazine.org/article/living-world/2018/controlling-electric-signals-body-could-help-it-heal


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