Research on the DNA code

Theory of the DNA

The Theory of the DNA concentrates on information written in the DNA code, discovers basic rules governing its usage by cells and shows many consequences of these rules.

In 2005 the first version of the theory was created. "Theory of the DNA", which was registered in the notary office with the number a 1425/2005. Theory "Theory of the DNA" reveals the structure of information stored in the DNA code and describes the mechanisms of their use including the addition of new DNA code sequences, cell apoptosis in a context not described by the DNA code, and the mechanism of cancer cell formation. Thus, the correct cause-effect relationships of processes occurring in multicellular organisms were restored. The publication was sent to publishers, e.g. Nature, and free of charge to various institutions and the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Poland. It was also registered in the Patent Office of the Republic of Poland on June 22, 2007, under the number WIPO ST 10 / C PL.382715.

sample from the Theory of the DNA

by D.S. Sobolewski

Lack of central control

This leads us to the following question: How do entries existing in the genetic DNA code, located in chromosomes inherited from parents, control the complex processes of a forming organism and its development? If we discard the central control of cells, we shall remain with control of the entire process by individual cells basing on DNA information, within which we may distinguish a factor describing the environment and behaviour occurring therein. The formal notation of this conclusion would be as follows:

DNA Residue, context, behaviour

The term "cell behaviour" is taken to mean its biological, chemical and physical properties, together with control of its development and division. In turn, the term "cell context" is taken to mean its immediate biological, chemical and physical surroundings (acting forces). At this point, we shall take into consideration experiments conducted with embryonic stem cells, which provide proof of their universal nature and the dependence of type on their location in the organism. This means that their DNA code is as follows:

DNA Residue,

context1, behaviour1,

context2, behaviour2,


contextN, behaviourN.

Where “context" describes the immediate surroundings of cell type "i", while “behaviour" describes the functioning of the cell in this context. In short, the DNA fragment which contains the context and behaviour of the cell in this context shall be recorded by means of an ordered pair:

R - DNA residue,

C - A set of contexts,

B - A set of behaviours,

Θ - A countable finite set defining relation .

This notation explains the method of functioning of embryonic stem cells located in the vicinity of cells that are already shaped and specialized.


Law of adaptation of the genetic code

If a cell is relocated to a context that is not described in the genetic code by a context-behaviour pair, this results in the creation and addition of the missing sequence, or in the apoptosis thereof...

Finally DNA code we can write as a following sum:

, where:

R' - DNA residue,

S - A set including superior procedure

C - A set of contexts,

B - A set of behaviours,

Θ - A countable finite set defining relation...

...Conceptually, it closely resembles the views presented in the XIX century by Rudolf Virchow [5], who wrote among others: "A cell is a carrier not only of life, but also sicknesses, which are in fact life in altered conditions".