Our Science

Scientific Platform

Nativis science and technology is based on magnetically induced electron and charge transfer. Electron transfer is central to the function of many biologic processes and artificial magnetic fields are capable of triggering a receptor response and conformational change in the absence of a physical agonist. A specific and precise oscillating magnetic field with the proper vector, magnitude and pulse duration can move a charge along a protein pathway much the same way an electron is forced to move in copper wire. A charge moving between a donor and acceptor site in the presence of an oscillating magnetic field will result in a conformational dynamic similar to a naturally forced charge.

How it Works

Every molecule has a specific and unique electrostatic surface potential.  Electrostatic surface potential is a critically important property of a molecule; it is a key factor in how a molecule interacts with (and in) a biological system. For the first time ever, the ultra-low radio frequency energy (ulRFE) profiles produced by changes in molecular electrostatic surface potential can be measured and recorded by our ‘Super Conducting Quantum Interference Device’ (SQUID)-based technology (more info on SQUID>).  Transducing these highly precise ulRFE profiles (cognates) into biological systems have been show to produce precise biological responses. It is theorized that transduction of these cognates induces selective charge transfer in a defined bioactive target, thus altering cell dynamics, which can produce biological effects.