Our Editor-in-Chief and Deputy Editor have visited the Institute of Cell Biophysics at the Russian Academy of Sciences (Pushchino, Moscow Region) on the 27th of February 2019 in order to discuss some frontier research issues with Prof., M.D. Eugene I. Maevsky, who is the Head of the Lab for Biological System Energetics and the Research Director of the above RAS Institute. The 3-hour friendly discussion has been devoted to some significant results obtained upon completion of original scientific investigations focused on cell metabolism. It was enjoyable to remember the time of establishing and developing the Research Institute: this unique research institution has been a leader in fundamental biophysics research in the former Soviet Union, and the discoveries made by its researchers have made possible to identify and interpret the mechanisms responsible for energy transformation in a cell under different conditions found in a human organism. One of the discussion themes has addressed the coordination of the cooperation of the above researchers in creating a new book to describe the principles how a healthy heart works. The book will cover some sports medicine aspects: it should not only offer knowledge & expertise in explaining biophysics and biochemistry in an athlete’s organism, but also provide a detailed description of how to apply it in practice.
Vladimir Zernov, Mikhail Rudenko and Eugene Maevsky have addressed the topics of applications of resonance to improve adaptation responses by a human organism. In this connection, separately treated has been an issue on actions and effects produced by resonance on DNA that induces genome expressions.
Vladimir Zernov at the entrance to the of Cell Biophysics, RAS
Eugene Maevsky, Vladimir Zernov and Mikhail Rudenko: discussing frontier scientific topics at the Institute of Cell Biophysics