The Bioexplorer method is a non-invasive detection technology developed by the Biophysics Research – Rome, which can detect the activity of the major cerebral areas as well as of the main organs and systems of the body by providing a detailed analysis aimed at the identification of circulating metabolites that serve as markers.

The Bioexplorer method has been devised to provide an instrumental, non-invasive assessment of active biochemical processes occurring both in the cerebrospinal areas and in the inner organs of the human body.

The Bioexplorer has been specifically designed for the measurement of electrical currents spontaneously emitted by the body in specific points. These points are directly linked to the areas to the organs and systems to be examined. No external electrical stimulation or invasive procedures of any kind are employed. The device has been designed to provide the highest degree of reliability and repeatability of measurements.

The Bioexplorer employs an interferometry technique based on the principles of QED (Quantum Electro-Dynamics in Medicine), widely studied by quantum physics. To detect the presence of a specific molecule in an area of the body, the Bioexplorer records variations in the homeostasis regulation, as compared to baseline condition, in the body area to be examined. The detection process is carried out after stimulation of the external points with the electromagnetic field generated by a pure molecular standard placed in direct contact with the body.

The electromagnetic spectrum emitted by the pure molecular standard interacts with the electromagnetic spectrum of the identical molecule, when the same molecule is present in an unbound form (i.e. pathologic) in the area examined. The device measures the variation in percentage of the amount of electrical current that is generated physiologically by the human body in specific points, which are directly linked to area of the body under investigation. The amount of current generated is directly proportional to the level of homeostatic regulation.

The level of variation occurred in the amount of electrical current generated as a reaction to the stimulation, indicates the relative quantity of the substance present in the area examined, in a range from 0 to 2000. The information between the external measurement point and the corresponding cerebral or peripheral areas of the body is transferred along a continuum of liquid crystals lined up in the collagen fibers of the connective tissue. The transfer of information is made possible by coherence mechanisms of the portion of structured water present in the connective tissue. [25]