Claude Bernard (Physiologist) 1813-1878
Each cell is immersed in a matrix, known as connective tissue or extracellular matrix, composed of proteins, collagen and gel water. As vases and nerves don’t penetrate the cellulare membrane, the nutrient supply and draining of toxins are up to the connective tissue: so apart from having structural functions, it also has a crucial role on the vital functions of cells.
If we compare the extracellular matrix to water and our cells to fish immersed in it, we can deduct that the more the water is clean and transparent, the better our cellular metabolisms, vitality and quality of life will be.
In 1960 Louis-Claude Vincent called this environment “Cellular Terrain” and developed a first method to measure its electrochemical features. This environment is also known as “human biological terrain”, “extracellular matrix” or “fundamental substance”.
On the quality of this “Terrain” depend cellular metabolic exchanges, the nutrient supply to cells, the elimination of waste products and ultimately the health and well-being of the person.
Bruce Lipton (Cellular biologist) 1944
If the environment is clean and energetically balanced, the cells will enjoy effective nutrient supply, good vitality and a remarkable ability to regenerate and heal.
On the contrary, an imbalanced environment, oxidized, electrochemically imbalanced and full of toxins, will cause a progressive weakening of the cells, leading to chronic illnesses and dysfunctions, more or less serious.
Analysis of the main electrochemical parameters of the 3 primary fluids in the human body - blood, saliva and urine - are used to determine the quality of the Cellular Terrain.
Measurements run with the ATC330 device (Cellular Terrain Analysis) provide the coordinates of the biological terrain, from which, by using a sophisticated software, information on the well-being of the subject in exam is extracted. In other words, these coordinates are the electrochemical display of the organic terrain in that precise moment.
Further measurements on the same subject, compared to the theoretical well-being trend curve in relation to age, will provide a trend curve of their well-being conditions.
This analysis method, which is repeatable and comparable, put Bioelectronics in the field of functional complementary or preclinical therapies. It is a huge field of application, often ignored by the medical approach, and a valuable instrument to evaluate the efficiency of therapeutic intervention.
Alfred Pischinger (Hystologist) 1899-1982
“All functions are controlled at the level of the soft mesenchyme, which is distributed continuously in the human body and organized on a complex level. [...] Its sphere of action is the extracellular liquid. [...]
The fundamental system or mesenchyme, which makes up 80% of the human organism, has functions of Protection, Nutrition and control of all cells of the body and for this reason is also known as matrix.
The matrix represents the link between the capillary system and the parenchymal cells, and has connections with the hormonal, lymphatic and autonomic nervous systems.”
Giuseppe Calligaris (Neurologist) 1876-1944
“The medicine of tomorrow will tend to diagnose the disease in its initial state, when the first functional ailments appear, that is to say in the pre-anatomical, preclinical or pre-symptomatic phase. In this way, preventive medicine will prevail on curative medicine.”
Charles Darwin (Biologist) 1809-1882
“In my opinion, the most serious mistake I’ve made is to underestimate the direct action of environment, regardless of natural selection.”
Nijhout (Ph. D. Harvard University) 1990
“When the activity of a gene is requested, it is a signal coming from the environment - and not a feature of the gene itself - that activates the expression of that gene.”