Other research by G.A-B.

Art Work


  • Mindset
  • Main hypotheses
  • Approach
  • Historical note
  • 1. Introduction
  • Cell Intelligence and the Future of Medicine.
  • Anatomy of the intelligent cell
  • 2. Intelligent movement:
  • Symmetry of sister cells
  • Collision behavior
  • Cells detect subtle guidance
  • Guidance: Not by force but by information
  • Cells probe their surroundings. Gathering of global information
  • Group migration
  • Autonomous movements of cytoplasmic fragments
  • 3. Infrared 'vision' of cells
  • Are centrioles the 'eye' of the cell?
  • Cells detect microscopic infrared light sources
  • Infrared detection is not phototaxis
  • Location of the cellular 'eye'
  • Can cells see each other?
  • Are microtubules the 'nerves' of the cell?
  • 4. The role of near-infrared vision in the social behavior (cell sorting, tissue formation) of cells.
  • The larger their light scattering, the larger the distance from which aggregating cells came together.
  • 5. Appendix
  • The structure of a pair of centrioles suggests their function as cellular eyes
  • How to make a centriole or basal body (Iris Diaphragm Model)
  • 6. Bibliography

    7. Glossary

    8. Videos (Selected video sequences for the purpose of illustration).
  • The small size and amazing autonomy of microplasts.
  • The extraordinary behavior of mammalian cells in the presence of pulsating, near-infrared light sources.
  • The aggregation behavior of hyperscattering cells.
  • 9 .Respond by e-mail.


    11.About the author

    opened :        2/2/1998
    last updated:  4/9/2013