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By Juan Esteban and Correa López


Abstract: There are evidences according to which the colonies of Escherichia coli bacterium form parabolic cylindrical structures. In such circumstances many symptoms are generated which are produced by a parasitic capacitance. This last is generated by the bacteria and it was calculated using a mathematical model using computer algebra. The mathematical model was built using Laplace equation, Whittaker functions, Hermite functions and the corresponding boundary condition. The resulting mathematical model was implemented using a maple algorithm. This algorithm can be extended to other kinds of bacteria whose colonies are characterized by different classes of specific geometries. Our results suggest that the antibodies are not able to find the bacteria because the induced parasitic capacitance alters the electromagnetic signals that the brain sends to the immune system doing that antibodies lost the signals that are indentifying those colonies. field using especial functions such as Hermit function and Whittaker function. All computation will be made using Maple. 2. Problem After decades of study in biology have resulted evidence of the structure that form the Escherichia Coli colonies. Some colonies have particular forms that create symptoms on the humans and the animals for this reason is justified study them with computational math. In figure 1 and figure 2 are shown particular forms of Escherichia coli colonies that will be studied in this work with the objet to obtain physical explanations of their effects on humans and animals. The images in figures 1 and 2 were obtained by scanning electron microscopy

Topics: parabolic cylinder, parasitic capacitance, computer algebra, E-Coli, Laplace equation, Whittaker functions, Hermite
Year: 2012
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