Research and Scientific Validation of CMO technology
Here is a pdf file of our CMO research results, including those in the peer-reviewed publications list below
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1. Effects of mobile phone radiation on reproduction and development in Drosophila melanogaster. Weisbrot D, Lin H, Ye L, Blank M. and Goodman R. Journal of cellular Biochemistry: J Cell Biochem. Vol. 89, Issue1, 2003, pages 48-55.
An increase in synthesis of the stress protein HSP 70 is a sign of cellular stress (and also of the hyper-activation of the DNA's SRE sequence. It shows that a factor that is toxic for the body is present. The stress protein HSP 70 is considered to be a significant marker for evaluating environmental pollution. The test involves quantifying HSP 70 synthesis in the living systems studied which are exposed to electromagnetic radiation from a mobile telephone. The trial results provide objective data of a large cellular stress linked to exposure. The presence of a compensatory oscillator (CMO) reduced HSP 70 by 73% compared to the increase seen in unprotected exposed subjects. The technology used in this protection was called TecnoAo which has been improved and renamed the Easycall.
2. Yayoi Satou, Akiko Hara, Kouji Oono, Hiromi Kikuchi, Hiroe Matsuzaki, Tatsuto Namba and Mikio Miyata. Ocular functions loading by visual display terminal and the effect of TecnoAO. Japanese Review of Clinical Ophthalmology 11: 1634-1636 / 32-35.
3. Youbicier-Simo B.J, Messagier R., Fillion-Robin M. Review of studies validating the protective efficacy of a new technology (Tecno A.O. = CMO) designed to compensate potential adverse bioeffects caused by VDU and GSM cell phone radiation. The Journal of the Portuguese Society for Radiation Protection (IRPA) , Vol I, N 8 and 9, pp 105-123, ISSN 874-7016. 2000-2001
Abstract: A total of 13 studies were initiated and coordinated by Technolab Research Center in 6 laboratories from 3 countries (France, UK, Japan). These studies were aimed at: 1) investigating potential adverse biological effects associated with exposure to non-ionizing radiation emitted by two types of communication devices; video display units and cell phones; 2) assessing the efficacy of a compensation magnetic oscillating technology designed to protect from non-ionizing radiation. Five types of biological systems including chicken embryos, young chickens, healthy mice, mice suffering from cancer and humans were used. A set of 10 biological parameters were assessed, including embryonic mortality, hormones, antibodies, haematological parameters, stress, mood, ocular damage, neurogenesis, micronuclei formation and intracellular calcium. Overall end points were affected by irradiation, in terms of increased embryonic mortality, immune depression, depletion of hormones crucial for the regulation of the immune system, changes in haematological parameters, increased stress, mood alteration, induction of ophthalmic disorders, inhibition of the neurogenesis in brain areas associated with memory processing, induction of symptoms of cell dysfunction, apoptosis or cancer, and disruption of trans-membrane fluxes of calcium. On the other hand, the compensation magnetic oscillation technology tested allowed significant correction of altered physiological parameters, as well as improvement or disappearance of observed pathological symptoms.
4. Derek J.Clements-Croome, John Jukes. Computers and Health in the Workplace. Healthy Buildings 2000 "Exposure, Human Responses and Building Investigations”, Syr Indoor Air Vol. 1, 2000, pages 119-124
5. B. J. Youbicier-Simo, F. Boudard, C. Cabaner, and M. Bastide. Biological Effects of Continuous Exposure of Embryos and Young Chickens to Electromagnetic Fields Emitted by Video Display Units. Bioelectromagnetics: vol. 18, N° 7, 1997 pages 514-523
7. M. Bastide, B. J. Youbicier-Simo, J.C.Lebecq, J.Giaimis. Toxicologic study of electromagnetic radiation emitted by television and video display screens and cellular telephones on chickens and mice. Indoor and Built Environment: vol. 10, N°5, 2001, pages 91-98
The following eminent scientists have presented various papers at different Conferences and Symposiums over recent years.
- Prof. Madeleine BASTIDE, Professor Emeritus in Immunology, Pharmacy Faculty – Immuniology, Parasitology Laboratory - Faculté de Pharmacie - Montpellier 1 University, France
- Dr. Benoît-Jules YOUBICIER-SIMO, Doctor in Neurosciences, Montpellier, France
- Dr. Jean-Luc MARANDE, Doctor of medicine, Specialist employment service doctor, Hospital doctor. Cochin-Tarnier Teaching Hospital Group, Paris, France
- Dr. Laurence BONHOMME-FAIVRE, Doctor in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Hospital Pharmacist, Head of Pharmacy-Pharmacology Service - Paul Brousse teaching hospital, Paris, France, Associate professor, PARIS XI University, Paris, France
- Prof. Derek CLEMENTS-CROOME, University of Reading, UK
- Dr. Marie-Claire CAMMAERTS-TRICOT, Head of working group: Faculty of Sciences. Campus of Solbosch CP160/12, avenue F.D. Roosevelt 50, 1050 Bruxelles BELGIUM. Research Units / Biological Evolution and Evolutionary Biology and Ecology (EBE) Projects: Biology of Biology of Social Insects Laboratory of Evolutive Etho-Ecology, CP 160/12 DBO Faculté des Sciences, Université Libre de Bruxelles 50, Av F. Roosevelt, 1050 Bruxelles. The following video summarises her study into the effects of EMFs on ants and the mitigating effects of CMO Harmony (in French) https://youtu.be/O0uxs0QU6zU
- Dr. Vladimir N. BINHI, PhD. in Mathematics and Physics, Head of Electromagnetic Biophysics Laboratory, General Physics Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow. Quantum Physicist and Official WHO correspondent for Russia.
- Prof. Gerald J. HYLAND Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics. 1998-2001 - Senior Lecturer in Theoretical Physics, Department of Physics, Warwick University, Coventry, UK. 2001- Associate Fellow of Warwick University, Coventry, UK. 1997- Member of the Executive Board of the International Institute of Biophysics, Neuss-Holzheim, Germany. 1965- 91 - Work on biophysics with Prof. Herbert Fröhlich, F.R.S. 1985 "From Theoretical Physics to Biology : The Forward Path of Theory with Herbert Fröhlich". International biophysics expert on the interaction of exogenous non-ionising CEM (MW) with the endogenous activity of coherent microwaves in living systems. Government consultant on the potential risks of mobile telephones and their non-thermal health effects. Advisor to WHO.
- Prof. Marc HENRY. Teacher-researcher and Professor at the University of Strasbourg where he teaches chemistry, materials science and quantum physics.
Prof. Marc Henry presented a paper (in French) on electromagnetism and water, within which he gave an unsolicited analysis and appraisal of CMO technology. You can see that section of his talk with subtitles in the Reviews and Testimonials