Cellular Membrane Potential
The effect on L929 fibroblast-like Cells in Vitro
using Bio-Electric Field Enhancement, BEFE Technology
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Department of Immunology, Microbiology & Biochemistry
Marcy C. Purnell RN, MSN, FNP-C
Michael A. Whitt, PhD
Increased Normal Cell Growth
A small study showing the effects of Bio-Electric Field Enhancement, BEFE Technology on cells, L929 growth in vitro.
Comparing these samples, it is clear that the cell growth has shifted and that the enhanced sample growth initially divided and grew much faster. For example, by days 3, 4 and 5 the enhanced sample growth is well in excess of twice that of the control group. However, by day 7 the control group has almost caught up. The enhanced sample still has a cellular growth increase of about 10% over the control group by day 7.
These results show that for healing, the Bio-Electric Field Enhancement, BEFE technology could potentially be used for increased cell division and hence healthier and faster recovery.