Американский Научный Журнал QUANTUM BIOPHYSICS IN CONVALESCENCE OF NOSOLOGICAL FORMS (ON THE EXAMPLE OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS). PREPARATION AND STORAGE OF ENTANGLED STATES IN NONLINEAR CRYSTALS (11-19)

The principles discussed in this article are similar to the processes that occur every second in nature. They are the basis of the bionic model under consideration in the framework of nano -, bio -, info -, and cognoconvergence (nbic-convergence). This model is similar to the processes of quantum teleportation that occur in natural biogeocenoses and ecosystems. The article also discusses ways to "preserve" entangled states in crystals as optically active nonlinear media. The following is a method of hypothetical physiotherapy for modeling persistent remissions of multiple sclerosis due to the remyelination process. This method creates some forced conditions for the execution of the macroscopic quantum teleportation protocol. The considered hypothetical model can also be used for reconvalescence of a wide range of nosological forms. Скачать в формате PDF
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Tables
Table 1.
Characteristics of the average values of some parameters of patients with AF
Indice s Mean values+standards deviation
Age (years) 59,7 ± 6,49
Duration AF (months) 14,4 ± 12,7
LAD (mm) 42,28 ± 3,68
LVEDD (mm) 56, 69 ± 3, 84
EF (%) 46, 63 ± 5, 48
IVST (mm) 12.44 ± 2, 50
Note: LAD -left atrium diameters; LVEDD -left ventricular end -diastolic diameter; EF – ejection fraction; IVST -
interventricul ar septum thickness;
Table 2.
The levels of inflammation markers and coagulation cascade agents in AF patients and the control grou p
Indices Control group n=48 AF group n=141

TF pg/ml 600±11.9 1300± 50.* p = 0.026
IL-6 pg/ml 1.2± 0.8 2.6± 1.1* p = 0.043
hsCRP mg/l 1.2±0.60 5,7± 1.4* p = 0.002
F mgmol/l 9.08± 1.4 13. ± 2.4* p = 0.025
Notes: TF – tissue factor; F – fibrinogen; hsCRP – hsC reactive protein; IL -6 – cytokine interleukin -6.
Hazarapetyan L.G.
Grigoryan S.V.

QUANTUM BIOPHYSI CS IN CONVALESCENCE OF NOSOLOGICAL FORMS
(ON THE EXAMPLE OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS).
PREPARATION AND STORAGE OF ENTANGLED STATES IN NONLINEAR CRYSTALS

Vlasov Yan Vladimirovich* 1,
Ardatov Sergey Vladimirovich 2,
Antipova Tatyana Alexandrovna 3,
Sineok Evgeniya V italyevna 4,
Ardatova Anastasia Sergeevna 5,
Gavrilov Vladimir Yurievich 6

1 ORCID: 0000 -0002 -9471 -9088
Sama ra state medical University of the Russian Federation.
Professor of the Department of neurology and neurosurgery.
President of the "All -Russian public organization of disabled people with multiple sclerosis". 2 ORCID: 0000 -0002 -2644 -5353
Samara state medic al University of the Russian Federation.
Associate Professor of the Department of traumatology,
orthopedics and extreme surgery nam ed after academician A. F. Krasnov.
Head of the Department of traumatology and orthopedics №1 of SamSMU clinics. 3 ORCID: 000 0-0001 -5499 -2170
Samara state medical University of the Russian Federation.
Associate Professor of the Department of medical physic s,
mathematics and i nformatics.

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4ORCID:0000 -0002 -3390 -0553
Samara state medical University of the Russian Federation.
Assist ant of the Department of ophthalmology. 5 ORCID: 0000 -0003 -3329 -9427
Samara state medical University of the Russian Federation.
Resi dent of the Departme nt of medical rehabilitation,
sports medicine, physiotherapy and balneology. 6 ORCID: 0000 -0001 -6964 -608 6
Samara regional public organization of disabled people with multiple sclerosis.
Chief scientific adviser.
Corresponding member of the Academy of medic al and technical sciences
of the Russian Federation.
*Corresponding Author: Yan V. Vlasov Samara state medical University of the Russian Federation.
Professor of the Department of neurology and neurosurgery.
Pre sident of the "All -Russian public organizatio n of disabled people with multiple sclerosis".
Samara, Russia
DOI: 10.31618/asj.2707 -9864.2020.3.41.33
Abstract . The principles discussed in t his article are similar to the processes that oc cur every second in nature.
They are the basi s of the bionic model under consideration in the framework of nano -, bio -, info -, and cogno -
convergence (nbic -convergence). This model is similar to the process es of quantum teleportation that occur in
natura l biogeocenoses and ecosystems. The article a lso discusses ways to "preserve" entangled states in crystals
as optically active nonlinear media. The following is a method of hypothetical physiotherapy for mode ling
persistent remissions of multiple sclerosis due to the remyelination process. This metho d creates some forced
conditions for the execution of the macroscopic quantum teleportation protocol. The considered hypothetical
model can also be used for reconv alescence of a wide range of nosological forms.
Keywords : multiple sclerosis, physiotherapy, sound therapy, phototherapy (light therapy), preparation of
entangled states, crystal optics, crystallography, acoustooptics, acoustoelectronics, teleportation of quantum
information.

INTRODUCTION
The preparation of entangled (linked) states
requires not only their correct preparation, but the long -
term preservation of such states. This refers to
conditions that simulate the necessary biochemical and
biophysical p rocesses in the body, usually inherent a nd
occurring in the body against the background of
app ropriate pharmacotherapy. In this case, there is
nothing else to do but create these states in vitro and
store them in the form of diffraction gratings in crystal s,
followed by the use of these personal repositories for
the needs of predictive medicine wit h an individual
approach. The technology for preparing such entangled
states in the form of a hypothetical model could look
like this.
I. MODEL OF TECHNOLOGICAL
SOLU TIONS FOR THE PREPARATION AND
LONG -TERM STORAGE OF ENTANGLED
STATES IN THE FORM OF DIFFRACTION
GRATINGS
Previously, some aspects related to the long -term
study of this issue and an extensive list of relevant
original works related to the teleportation of
information in macro systems, with approp riate
references, were considered by the authors in [1 , 2].
The model [3, 4] is based on the theory of crystals of
crystallooptics and crystallography, acoustooptics and
acoustoelectronics, describing the interaction between
quasiparticles in crystals unde r the influence of
electromagnetic radiation (includin g the light range)
with the formation of periodic structures of plastic
defects -dislocations ("diffraction gratings"), which
carry complete information about the physical,
chemical, biological and other properties of material
objects interacting in the "ra diation — crystals —
active substance" system, according to the physical
mechanisms shown in diagrams (1) and (2) (figures 1
and 2, respectively). The model is ba sed on a special
method for processing c rystals, semiconductors, and
other active medium.
The technology must be divided into two
conditional stages:
• The process of registering information about
the physical properties of a material object (active
substanc e) (figure 1).
• The process of reproducin g and transmitting
information about the physical prop erties of a material
object (active substance) (figure 2).
A brief review of the content of the
technological process on the example of crystals
shown in the diag ram (figures 1, 2).
• The process of registering information about
the physical properties of a material object (active
substance) — (figure 1).
1 — Coherent monochromatic pulsed radiation in
the UV, visible and IR ranges. The pulse power for
these active me dia (15) is 10 -10 7 MW.
2 — IR radia tion.
3 — Radiation in the visible range.
4 — UV radiation.
5 — Oscillations of atoms and (or) ions of the
crystal lattice.
6 — Electrons of the periodic atomic lattice.
7 — Phonons of the crystal lattice.
8 — Frenkel Exc itons (excitation of the electronic
system of individual molecules).
9 — Non -destructive break down of the crystal by
a giant laser pulse, causing shock ionization.

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10 — Fluctuon (phase).
11 — Shock wave resulting from shock ionization
at the moment (12).
12 — Phase transition to the plasma state.
13 — Phonon generated when a shock wave
passes into an acoustic one at a distance from the site
of the phase transition.
14 — The area of interaction of collective
processes, fixed in the form of a plastic defect
(dislocation).
15 — Crystals (for example, sapphire Al 2O3 with
Fe admixture; iron -tritium garne t Y 3Fe5O12; quartz
SiO 2; lithium niobate LiNbO 3, etc.).
16 — Active substance.
17 — Gap between the crystals.
Two mirror -displayed crystal (15) connected to
the c ontact so that between them an air gap (17) of a
width comparable with the wavelength of the i ncident
radiation, is placed in a container filled with active
substance (16), and exposed to coherent
monochromatic light (1), and each face of one of the
crysta ls is exposed to infrared (2 ), visible (3) and UV
(4) ranges. Irradiation of each face is nece ssary due to
the fact that the crystal has anisotropy and its physical
properties in different directions are not identical. The
crystal must be cut in such a way that any two of its
faces a re orthogonal.

Figure 1. Technology of registration information
about the physical properties of the active substance

When coherent monochromatic radiation of the
infrared and visible optical range of a certain spectrum
falls, wa ves of displacement of atoms (ions) and crystal
molecules from the equilibrium position are excited in
the crystal, accompanied by the formation of
quasiparticles of phonons (7). Due to the chaotic
directions of oscillations of atoms (ions) of the crystal
lattice, phonons can interfere with each other to form
standing wa ves (7). According to the phenomenon of
Mandelstam -Brillouin scattering, the incident light
wave is modulated on a complex periodic structure
formed by interf ering phonons. The modulated lig ht
wave excites displacement waves, etc. As a result, a
complex pe riodic structure is formed, which is fixed by

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the formation of corresponding plastic defects. At these
dislocations, the portion of quanta of the next pulse i s
dispersed and modulated. This is how the formation of
increasingly complex periodic structures — defects that
are fixed in the crystal in the form of dislocations,
proceeds step by step.
When coherent monochromatic radiation of the
ultraviolet optical ra nge of a certain spectrum falls,
electronic systems of individual molecules are excited
in the cry stal, migrating along the crystal, but not
associated with the transfer of electric charge and mass,
that is, quasiparticles called excitons (8), which
interf ere with each other to form comp lex periodic
structures of a smaller scale.
Excitons, interacting with phonons, make
structural corrections to the formation of complex
periodic interconnected structures, the number of
which increases with each subsequent s tep of new
excitation. This is c omplicates the picture of the
formation and fixation of dislocatio ns.
In addition, collective processes in crystals,
semiconductors, and other active media make
appropriate corrections for the following types of
interactions that are not reflected in the d escription and
diagrams:
- spin -orbit interaction;
- spin -phonon i nteraction;
- electron -phonon interaction;
- photon -phonon interaction;
- photon -exciton interaction;
- magnon -phonon and quantum interactions of
particles an d quasiparticles.
These interactions make additional corrections to
the structural complexity of t he plastic defects formed
with each subsequent step.
When a non -destructive breakdown (9) of a crystal
by a giant laser pulse in the gap between the crystals,
the active substance ju mps into another aggregate state
(plasma (12)) with the appearance of a sh ock wave
(11), the epicenter of which is located near the interface
between the two crystals. As we move away from the
epicenter, the quasiparticle of excitat ion (fluctuations -
phason s (10)) turns into phonons (13) (acoustic waves).
These waves, in turn, in terfere with complex periodic
structures (14) (excitations located near dislocations
and described by quasiparticles called defectons)
formed in the crystal e arlier in the action pro cess.
With the subsequent step of pulsed laser radiation,
even more comple x structures (plastic deformations
(14)) are formed in the crystal, carrying information
about the physical properties of the active substance
(16). These str uctures are holograms in side the crystal,
carrying complete information about the physical,
chemic al, biological and other properties of the active
substance (16), which do not depend on the aggregate
state of the substance (16). In addition, after the las er
breakdown, with the a ppearance of a shock wave, the
sum of collective processes and the formati on of
defects increase avalanche -like. A certain sum of
collective interactions is formed, which is neither
possible nor necessary to describe correctly in th is
presentation.
After t he final processing step, the crystal is ready
for use as a device for tra nsmitting complete
information about the properties of the active substance
(material object) — (16).
• The process of reproducing and transmitting
information about the physical properties of a material
object (active substance) (figure 2).
1 — Incoherent n atural or artificial radiation.
2 — Radiation of the IR range (including the
spectrum of incoherent radiation).
3 — Visible range radiation (including incoher ent
radiat ion spectrum).
4 — UV radiation (including incoherent
radiation).
5 — Plastic defects (d islocations) organized as a
periodic structure ("diffraction grating") that carries
information about the physical, chemical, biological
and other properties of the act ive substance and
quasiparticles excited by the light flow -phonons,
excitons, polarons, polaritons, etc.
6 — Phonons formed as a result of the interaction
of incoherent radiation with plastic defects and are
quanta of information about the physic al, chemic al,
biological and other properties of the active substance.
7 — Material object.
8 — Hy personic waves generated by phonons (6).
9 — Crystals (for example, sapphire Al 2O3 with
Fe admixture; iron -tritium garnet Y 3Fe5O12; quartz
SiO 2; lithium nioba te LiNbO 3, etc.).
An incoherent natural or artificial electromagnetic
wave (light) (1) falls on th e prepared crystal (9) (see
item 1). This wave contains the spectral components of
the IR (2), visible (3) and UV (4) ranges. Wave (1),
interacting with plast ic deforma tion (5) (dislocation),
containing full information about the active substance
(16) — in scheme 1, and in fact being a registered
hologram in the crystal, creates secondary acoustic
waves (8) (hypersound), which interact with a material
object (7 ), inducin g the necessary information to
initiate the corresponding processes.

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Figure 2. Playback technology and broadcasting
information about the physical properties of the active substance

The mechanisms of reflection, sca ttering,
absor ption, and refraction excite significant cascades of
collective interactions that occur in the crystal at the
final processing step. At the moment of the phase
transition of the active substance (16) – in the scheme
(1) and the avalanche -like growth of col lective
processes, the sum of complex dislocations (5), when
light rays diffraction on t hem, completely restores the
wave front. This front is equal to the sum of the spectral
composition patterns of all collective processes
generated in the crystal at the moment of shock
ionization of the active substance (16) in interaction
with quasipartic les. These quasiparticles, in turn, were
also the product of an exciting shock wave. They carry
information about the physical, chemical, biological
and o ther propertie s of the active substance (16) — in
figure (1), in accordance with the spectral composit ion
(16) – at the time of the phase transition.
Registration and restoration of the wave front is in
full accordance with the principles of holography, wi th
the only di fference that the role of the reference wave
is played by exciting radiation, and the ob ject —
reflected, scattered and refracted waves of light rays in
the crystal body. The role of the reference wave is also
played by the spectrum of natura l or artificia l
incoherent lighting modulated by collective processes
in the crystal, thus forming a t wo -support mode of
holographic technology, and the reference waves are
also subject in this scheme.
Thus, the effect on a material object (7) occurs
both by means of the restored wavefront of light waves
of the corresponding range contained in the spectrum
of natural and (or) artificial incident lighting (1)
modulated by the spectrum of the final step of
collective processes, and by means of secondary sound
waves (8) m odulating light waves.
Figuratively speaking, the crystal after processing,
under the infl uence of light rays, reproduces a "musical
composition with color music" on the theme set during
the processing of the crystal and is perceived by organic
semiconduct ors and biological crystals of living matter
if the material object (7) is a biological ob ject.
The technology can be applied to other active
media, for example, semiconductors such as Si, Ge, as

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well as compounds of the type — A3B5 — (In Sb), etc.,
as wel l as their various combinations. In these cases,
the methods of processing and application , as well as
the sum of the collective processes occurring in the
materials in their interaction, will differ from those
described above and presented in figures (1), (2).
The technology can be applied depending on the
properties of the active substance in teracting with the
crystal, in all areas of practical activity related to the
translation of information about physical, chemical,
biological and other pr operties fro m one material object
to another and is divided into 4 phases:
1. The phase of excitation of collective processes
in the material (15) when the exciting radiation falls (1)
is shown in figure (1).
2. The phase of excitation of collective proces ses
in the a ctive substance (16) at the laser breakdown (9),
with the transition of the active substan ce to the plasma
(shock ionization) — (12) and the appearance of a
shock wave propagating into the crystal body — in
figure (1).
3. The phase of transfer of information about
properties of the active substance in the body of the
crystal, due to the inclusi on of phonon born shock wave
(13), to the collective processes in the crystal and
encoding this information in the structure of the plastic
defects of cry sta l lattice — dislocations (14) — figure
(1).
4. The phase of reading and translation of
registered i nformation in dislocations (5), in the form
of hypersonic waves (8), to a material object (7), which
occurs both by means of the restored wave front of li ght
waves of the corresponding range contained in the
spectrum of natural and (or) artificial incident lighting
(1) modulated by the spectrum of the final step of
collective processes, and by means of secondary sound
waves (8) modulating light waves — in f igu re (2).
II. GENERAL SCHEME OF
PHYSIOTHERAPEUTIC EFFECTS
A generalized scheme of physiotherapeutic effe cts
based on new physical principles of action is shown in
figure (3). Here the procedure for the object of
influence (1) (patient) begins with the fact th at the bone
marrow (3) is taken from the bone (2). Further, a
sufficient amount of this sample (4) is placed in the
active nutrient medium (5), where after adding an
epidermal growth factor (EGF) and glial cell culture
(6), the required regeneration stage will be formed, as a
result of which, for the differentiation of
oligodendrocytes, it is necessary th at some of their
mRNAs undergo a special modification known as m6A
– methylation (that is, the addition of a methyl group to
the sixth nitrogen atom of ade no sine, which is part of
the mRNA). This modification is necessary for proper
splicing of mRNA encodi ng the protein neurofascin -
155 – an important factor in the development of
neuroglia cells. Further dynamics of the process
continues until the desired sta ge is reached, namely,
post -transcriptional modifications of mRNA in cells.
And this is the covalent addition of a methyl group ( -
CH 3) to the nitrogen atom N 6 as part of the nitrogenous
base of adenosine, known as m6A -methylation. Then
the signal is regist ered using a multielectrode system
(for example Multielectrode Arra уs /MEA/ [5, 6]) in
the developing dynamics of the process. Given system
processes this signal in the form of a certain algorithm
(8), through the amplifying equipment (7), for some
time. T hen, the received signal is sent to the modulator
(9), which is irr adiating the object with ultra short
pulses (about 1 NS) of ultra -wideband (bandwidth of
several gigahertz) electromagnetic radiation of the
microwave range through the emitter (10). Emitte r will
generate a stimulating effect (11) [10 -12 - figure (4)].
Fea ture of the new physical principle would be a
favorable force conditions simulating natural
geomagnetic background of the planet in the form of
Schumann resonances [7 – 9] for exposure to
electromagnetic field (12) produced in the affected area
(16). A sof t x -ray emitter (13) is required for creating a
field of Louis de Broglie waves, as a source of bosons
that are the carrier of useful information. The emitter
(16) creates an electromagneti c field (17) with the
frequency of Schumann resonances [8] in the a rea of
influence (14) modeled by the device (15) [10 – 12 –
figure (4)]. The universality of this exposure scheme is
provided by the fact that the entire existing range of
effects (from bro adband microwave and EHF
electromagnetic radiation to mechanical ef fects in the
acoustic range) can be used for information
transmission of the effect stimulating reparative
treatment.

Figure 3. General scheme of stimulation based on new physical princ iple s of action

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III. OPTION FOR IMPLEMENTING OF
PHYSIOTHERAPEUTIC EFFECTS
The principle of organizing physiotherapeutic
influence, in the variant shown in figure (5), is
implemented as follows. The object of influence (1) (in
this case, the patient) is placed insi de a certain device.
The device is necessary to create a favorabl e
electromagnetic environment that simulates the natural
geomagnetic background of the planet in the form of a
recreated permanent electromagnetic field of
Schumann resonances (3) around the object of
influence (1). It is necessary to create a favorable
environment for decoherence inside the
electromagnetic field simulating Schumann
resonances, when information component is teleporting
to the object of influence (1). The role of this
compo nent is played by soft x -ray radiation (4), which
is a carrier of Lou is de Broglie waves [13 -16], as a
source of bosons. They are a component of a natural
variant of the flow of unlikely events in the forced
mode, which assumes a statistical quantum leap o f
events of low probability to events that are statistically
more rel iable [17,18]. The x -ray emitter (5) is
controlled by a device (6). The stimulating effect (7) is
carried out by means of an electromagnetic field
radiated by a broadband emitter (8) [10 -12 - figure (4)],
whose operation is controlled by a modulator (9).
Modulator puts into the radiation an information
component obtained according to the scheme described
earlier.

Figure 4. Generator of ultra -short -pulse (of the order of 1 NS) ultra -wid e-band
(band width of the order of several gigahertz) microwave electro magnetic radiation - according to works [10 -
12]

Figure 5. A variant of implementing a physiotherapeutic effect based on new physical principles of action

Portal for teleportation o f inform ation can be any
receptor of the body or some combination of them .
Such a portal for teleporting quantum information
could well be a visual analyzer. This is clear and
obvious in the example below.
It turns out that such a familiar phenomenon as
navigation in birds is described by the laws of quantum
mechanics. The abil ity to keep unpaired photoreceptor
electrons entangled for a long time leads to the fact that
birds can see the magnetic field lines. Most likely, they
are not the only ones. Perhaps the inte rnal compass of
many insects, migrating fish, and even some mamma ls
works on the same principle [19]. The bizarre eye
protein Cry4 belongs to a class of proteins called
cryptochromes — these are photoreceptors sensitive to
blue light that are found in both plants and animals.
They also play a key role in the regulation of circadian
rhythms — cyclic fluctuations in the intensity of

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various biological processes associated with the change
of day and night. We studied the vision of birds such as
the Rob in and Z ebra Finch, and obtained data
indicating that cryptochromes in th e eyes of birds are
responsible for the ability to navigate in flight by
detecting magnetic fields. This process is called
magnetoreception.
It is known that birds can sense magnetic fields if
light waves of a certain length are available. In
particular, studies have shown that avian
magnetoreception seems to depend on blue light. This
fact confirms that for birds, the mechanism for
detecting magnetic lines is visual and based on
cryp tochrome s, which can detect fields due to quantum
coherence. Two teams of biologists set to work to find
these cryptochromes. Researchers from Lund
University in Sweden studied Zebra finches. Gene
expression of three cryptochromes Cry1, Cry2, and
Cry4, was measure d in the finches' brains, muscles, and
eyes. The hypothesis was t hat cryptochromes
associated with magnetoreception should maintain a
constant perception of the magnetic field during the
day. It was found that the circadian rhythms of
cryptochrome Cry1 and Cry2 fluctuated throughout the
day, while Cry4 was active consta ntly, making It the
most likely candidate responsible for
magnetoreception. As it turns out, cryptochrome Cry 4
clusters in an area of the retina that receives a lot of
light, which m akes sen se for light -dependent
magnetoreception [20,21]. The European Rob in
increases the expression of Cry 4 during the migration
season, compared to non -migrating birds.
So what exactly does a bird see during flight when
it adjusts its course to the eart h's magn etic field?
According to researchers in theoretical and
computati onal Biophysics at the University of Illinois
at Urbana -Champaign, the Cry4 protein automatically
imposes a "filter" of magnetic lines over the bird's field
of vision — as shown in th e figure (6).

Figure 6. Illustration: Theoretical and Computational Bio physics/UofI

Thus, it is possible to use only acoustic - optical
stimulation in the range of audible acoustic and visible
light waves based on the diagrams in figures (3) and
(5).
It is not difficult to change the nature of the
sources of useful signals ac cordingly. Namely, using
conventional acoustic systems and a low -intensity
broadband white laser - instead of designations 9, 10,
11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 – in figure (3) and 5, 6, 7, 8,
9 – in figure (5). These sources can be replaced by
geophysical bac kgrounds of Schumann resonances and
soft x -rays of natural origin. Moreover, the scheme can
be simplified to use a conventional incoherent radiation
source instead of a laser sour ce. The sources must
repeat the rhythm and spectrum of the useful signal
patt ern. But this will be a less forced and effective mode
of influence.
Luc Montagnier, the 2008 Nobel prize winner who
previously discovered that HIV causes AIDS, made a
statement. From hi s point of view, there is every reason
to believe that DNA is able to send "ghost"
electromagnetic imprints of itself to distant cells and
fluids. And enzymes can mistake these prints for real
DNA and start copying them to reproduce the original.
In fact, this is quantum teleportation of DNA, reported
in [22, 23].
The mathem atical apparatus for the above topic is
presented in [24].
To implement quantum teleportation of useful
information, which initiates processes in the material
environment with whi ch this information is entangled,
it is necessary to have two participants in this game:
microscopic and macroscopic, as well as some
mesoscopic intermediary. A microscopic player is the
sum of non -local fields of some configuration. A
macroscopic player i s a material environment that
represents a certain matrix of biochemical and
biophysical processes. And the mesoscopic
intermediary is a tracing paper of non -local
interferences that form a holographic "cast" of the
modulated classical process or their sum . T he method
is published as a Preprint in [25].
CONCLUSION
In preparation f or the above -described physical
therapy, information about such effects can be prepared
and stored in crystals in the form of stable deformations
of the crystal lattice. Informatio n is stored in crystals as
a multi - and quasi - partial diffraction grating of
"preserved" entangled states, which then reproduces the
holographic picture in the form of an information
matrix of the modeled process at the impact stage. The
modeled process occurs as follows:

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• epidermal growth factor and glial cell cultures
form t he required stage of regeneration, which results
in the differentiation of oligodendrocytes;
• some of their mRNAs undergo a special
modification known as m6A -methylation (that is, the
addition of a methyl group to the sixth nitrogen atom of
adenosine, whi ch is part of the mRNA);
• this modification is necessary for proper splicing
of mRNA encoding the protein neurofascin -155 – an
important factor in the development of neuroglia cel ls;
• further dynamics of the process continues until
the required stage is reached, namely, post -
transcriptional modifications of mRNA in cells;
• this is the covalent addition of a methyl group ( -
CH 3) to the nitrogen atom N 6 in the nitrogenous base of
adenosine, known as m6A -methylation.
Then, apparently, the process of remyeli nation of
nerve fibers will be initiated, which, under favorable
circumstances, will lead to a possible remission of one
or another degree of duration and persistence.

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UDC 15 9.9:616.89 -071

DIAGNOSTIC TEST FOR CHILDREN'S PSYCHOPATHICITY PCL -MYV

Israel (Vladimir Modestovich) Datskovsky,
Ph.D
Cabinet of Clinical Psychology and Pathopsychology
Rival str. #3, apt. 2 , Beit Shemesh 9908188, State of Israel

Abstract . The introduction notes the difficulties and limitations in the diagnosis of child psychopathy,
especially as part of an expert appro ach that requires a thorough study of the patient's entire pre vious life. The
second part of the article is devoted to the available tests, questionnaires and diagnostic scales and the difficulties
of their use for children are noted. The third part of the article is devoted to neuropsychological methods for
diagnosi ng psychiat ry in children and the difference in the perception of emotionally charged samples in healthy
and psychopathic children is noted. The fourth part considers the world's most famous too l for diagnosing
psychopathy in children as part of an expert approach – a List of psychopathic traits – a youthful version of R.
Hare and K. Kiehl and highlights its shortcomings when it is extended to younger, pre -adolescent age of the
subjects. The fifth part is devoted to the PCL -MYV test, which is proposed for t he diagnosi s of psychopathy in
children before any physical signs of puberty appear (6 -12 years) as part of an expert approach and the rules for
working with it. This tool, as well as the Yo uthful version of the Psychopathy Checkist, is designed to be comp leted
by sp ecially trained professionals.
Keywords: psychopathy, list of psychopathic traits, phenomenological approach, expert approach.

1. Introduction
The field of child psychopathies, desp ite a
sufficient number of printed sources on this topic, is
still a relative ly poorly researched area both as part of
child psychiatry and as part of psychiatry of borderline
states. In our opinion, this situation is primarily
associated with the difficul ty of distinguishing states
related to the field of psychopathie s of childhoo d from
other mental states, especially taking into account the
fact that, as shown in our previous article (Datskovsky
I., 2019 [ B]), the very concept of psychopathy is
ambiguous and there are two significantly different
approaches to diagnosi s, operating with the same name
for the condition – psychopathy.
In addition, it is quite reasonable that in childhood
a diagnosis of psychopathy is not made at all due to the
inseparability of congenital (nuclear) psychopathy,
early brain injury (trauma, intoxication) and the results
of the psycho -traumatic (psychopathic?) influence of
the environment and upbringing at an early age,
although a number of cases described in the l iterature
clearly indicate the diagnosis. This is due to the
uncertainty of the correctness o f such a serious
diagnosis, which lays a heavy imprint on a person's
entire life, since there are many cases of becoming a
normative person growing out of a child who
manifested many symptoms of psychopathy in
childhood. Even the compromise di agnosis of F6 0 in
the ICD -10 ("Specific personality disorders") is
generally not given to children, even as comorbid ones,
and the diagnosis of accentuations of character
accep ted in the Russian literature (A.E. Lichko, 2016),
by definition, describes prec linical condi tions. That is,
on the one hand, there is a well -founded fear of
overdiagnosis of psychopathy. On the other hand, "as
the signs of social distress become more pers istent, we
no longer have the luxury of ignoring psychopathy in
certain children ." (R. Hare, 2007).
In this text, we will continue to call psychopathies
by psychopathies (from ancient Greek ψυχή (psychi
“spirit; soul; consciousness; character” + from
Greek παθος (pathos) “suffering, pain, illness” – a
suffering soul, however, it is not noticed that
psychopaths noticeably suffer from their psychopathy,
from their temper ament, but the environment of
psychopaths suffers from their psychopathy very
significantly), al though in the modern trend of
replacing medical terms that have penetrated into
general speech and carry a negative, sometimes
offensive connotatio n in it, this term is being replaced
by more neutral "personality disorder", (to be
distinguished from person ality changes), although there
is no tendency to return to the old, rather accurate terms
"moral dullness", "emotional underdevelopment".
The main objective of this article is the
development of a test for the diagnosis of child