DOI: 10.14704/nq.2014.12.3.738

Extensive Quantum Theory of DNA and Biological String

Yi-Fang Chang


Assume that quantum elements of DNA are A-T and G-C. According to basic thinking of NeuroQuantology, the extensive quantum theory of DNA is researched, and corresponding quantum theory and its many mathematical methods are applied to DNA and molecular biology. From this we discuss symmetry and supersymmetry of DNA, and the quantum theory and equations of DNA, in particular, the SU(2) gauge theory and some solutions of equation. Further, we propose the string theory of DNA and general biological string. Some solutions and functions of these theories may describe probably DNA, biological things and their motions. Finally, we propose quantitatively a universal entropy theory on evolution of any natural and social systems.


quantum theory; DNA; string; supersymmetry; entropy; evolution

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