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International Scientific Indexing (ISI) Indexed Journal Applied Medical Research ISSN: 2149 - 2018
Applied Medical Research. 2024; 11(3):(154-154)
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Use of Mathematical Methods in Oncology

Aleksandr Tsybin

Abstract
Solitons are non-linear oscillations that exist in a number of objects, including those in DNA. They appear there because histone tails oscillate with great frequency. Solitons arise as a result of the rapid fluctuation of histone tails in the DNA of any biological object, be it an animal or a person. Up to a certain age, these fluctuations are useful for a given biological object, but with age they begin to harm it, which can lead, in particular, to cancer. These oscillations are described by the nonlinear equation Cartwe de la Friese, which in the literature is abbreviated as: K.D.F. IN article, the author made an attempt to prove that the energy of these fluctuations contributes to the fact that a mutation occurs in the genes Sonic Hedgehog, a mutation in terms of physics, as E. Schrodinger, this is the transition of a substance from one state of aggregation into another. This transition in nature is carried out due to absorption or release of energy. If in any way not give energy to these genes, then such a mutation cannot be realized and no neoplasms will arise, and this may become one of the real ways to fight skin cancer. Basic ratios.