Bioinformatics (from the Greek work bios = life + informatics) is a science that deals with bioinformation processes and phenomena in living cells during the information light activity (electromagnetic waves), ionizing radiation, bacteria, viruses, biologically active substances and chemical substances. It includes mechanisms for receiving and processing information at the cellular level, intercellular communication, as well as transmission, storage, organization, analysis and practical application to living organisms.
Perhaps, one of the most concise definitions of bioinformatics is provided by National Center for Biotechnology Information from the USA, and it says: “Bioinformatics is the field of science in which biology, computer science and information technology merge into a single discipline.”
As everything in nature is connected into a single system, therefore biological information are not fragmented but connected into one logical system. This is the reason why bioinformatics also include the interpretation of different types of biological data including the structure of nucleotides, amino acids and proteins. The process of analyzing and interpreting the data relates to computational biology.
The latest scientific bioinformatics researches have their focus on cellular and intercellular communication. These researches, along with researches conducted by geneticists and aimed towards the study od mechanisms of hereditary information, allow that informatics trace a new path for a new scientific direction – bioinformatics. Essentially, bioinformatics provides scientific basis for the development of a new and very important direction in medicine – information medicine.
In the last 30 years, the principles of the action of biological substances on isolated organs in humans and animals have been actively studied, with special emphasis on information state of the cells. It has been determined that chemical molecules affect the cellular structure, both through direct contact as well as through indirect action. In all experiments, biological effect on cells depended not only on the doses of the existing substances and their energies, but also on the information quality, i.e. information components. The cell clearly responded to the structure of the information field of the matter, whereby the transmission of the signal did not depend on the quantity (material dose), chemical substances and energy.
The development of bioinformatics is of great importance for the further development of information medicine with its important parts such as information diagnosis, bioresonance, multi-resonance and information therapy. Further development of bioinformatics in the future can enable the creation of entire health programs in languages of intracellular, intercellular, interspecific, inorganic and intersystem communication. Transferring these programs to the cells of the organism using a suitable information carrier enable the cells to establish the exchange of the matter, energy and information in human organism, which leads to the healing.
Using electrocardiogram (ECG), electromyogram (EMG), electroencephalogram (EEG), they apply a gold standard in the diagnosis of vital organs by applying scientific knowledge in bioinformatics for diagnostic purposes. The development of computer technologies has created a special group of diagnostic devices for the entire human body and its organs and systems.