Describe the Mathematical Model for Exchanging Waves Between Bacterial and Cellular DNA

" A DNA is formed from hexagonal pentagonal molecules and each molecule is formed from charged particles. By any motion of charge, some waves have emerged. The shape of these waves depends on the shape of their DNA sources. For example, some of the bacterial DNA like those in plasmid have a round shape like round coils. These DNA coils send some waves which are absorbed by DNA inductors within host cells. These exchanging of waves lead to the absorption of bacteria by host cells. By emitting some waves, we can cancel bacterial waves and prevent some bacterial diseases" {Credits 1}

" In this paper, some of the DNA within bacteria have the shape of coils. These DNA are formed from charged particles and by their motion, some currents have emerged. These currents emit some electromagnetic waves. These waves could be taken by cellular DNA and consequently, a cellular-bacterial system is formed. By closing bacterial DNA towards cellular DNA, the interacting potential grows, and the number of microstates increases. However, this system gives its energy to the medium and causes the growth of temperature and the emergence of loss. To control bacterial diseases, we should reduce temperature or emit some waves to cancel the bacterial waves. We design a circuit and measure the radiated currents by bacteria within the milk. This investigation permits a thought of numerical science and a prelude to numerical displaying and reality for organic and biomedical frameworks." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 M. S. Mohamed, S. K. Elagan, S. J. Almalki, M. R. Alharthi, M. F. El-Badawy et al., "Describe the mathematical model for exchanging waves between bacterial and cellular dna," Computers, Materials & Continua, vol. 68, no.3, pp. 3615–3628, 2021. © 2021 The Author(s). This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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