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Thus, it is unlikely that microwaves would be able to activate proteins, based on the resonant energy transfer as was proposed in the RRM as their length does not exceed the length required.
The domino effect in the ear; the lever system of ossicles in the middle ear; the inner ear and resonant energy transfer; cochlear implants
Also introduced is the Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM), a tool to measure ion concentrations, intracellular signal transduction, Fluorescence Resonant Energy Transfer (FRET), membrane potential, and more using time correlated single- photon counting technology.