The method of gravitational mass spectroscopy was applied to study the longrange order in collagens and gelatins at the level of domains up to 210 million Daltons. Ensembles of domains were found in both kinds of substances. Domains as ensembles of atomic nuclei masses were formed and strongly determined under the influence of gravitational noises emerged from the sun system and our galaxy. The domain distribution in ensembles in native collagens was observed to be very different from that one in the gelatins. The interaction of the polymer domains with water clusters was investigated. The dynamics of the domain ensembles in swelling, drying, crystallization and interaction with specific water morphism was understood. For some domains, a hypothetical structure was proposed. Resonance fields caused by domain ensembles in proteins and their interaction with analogues at long distances were described.
Kristina Zubow, Viktor Anatolievich Zubow and Anatolij Zubow