Biogenetic describes the importance of the hereditary base of our genetic kit, pointing out the fundamental process that emphasize the uniqueness of which every human being is bearer. Whether is used a biochemical or behavioural model to analyse an organism, genes effects always remain intimately correlated with the biological energy effects in which the body is immersed. The word "environment", in the context of genetics, indicates every particular aspect of an individual, and what surrounds him, excluding only his genes. The "environmental effects" are able to "turn on" (activate), or "turn off" (inactivate) genes, bringing organic changes, which modify the behaviour and biology of the body. The genetic heritage is therefore not immutable but is subjected over time to remodelling caused by the exchange of information with the environment, these changes are handed down between generations. Even our lifestyle, and our thoughts, could be able to influence our genes, both temporarily, after repeated and continuous stresses, and permanently. Therefore, DNA is not a rigid and immutable structure, but a dynamic and modular structure capable of interacting both with the interior of the body and with the outside. It is able to communicate biochemically, with vibrations that emit sound waves, and producing "biophotons": information in the form of rays of light."

              Dr Vittorio Catalano

     - Neuroscience, Psychiatry, Psychology -