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Biofilms Version 7.0

 Biofilms – Version 7.0 is the 1917 release of hundreds of biofilm programs. Thousands of updates and many more bacterial strains have been added.  Use of the new Hunter 4025 scanning technology has allowed more precise identification of specific pathogens in some cases.
Most of the 600 strains of periodontal biofilms DNA sequenced by the National Institutes of Health are now  in this series of programs. Most strains of lyme disease borrelia are included. Nanobacteria and other biofilms associated with Altzheimers can be found here. Biofilms are associated with all major disease categories. There is even a new program targets abdominal fat.
Recent research has focused on biofilm involvement in tumors. All tumors (benign and malignant) are infected with biofilms. The relationship of causation of tumors by biofilms is still being researched. It appears that many so-called Rife frequencies are really components of biofilms.
There is extensive academic research on biofilms. See Montana State University Center for Biofilm Engineering for the basics, as well as access to papers from dozens of conferences. For example, most people have biofilms forming calcification in their joints and articles. Here is a photo of such a biofilm on a grain of sand:
These biofioms are not doing your heart any good.
Most bacteria infections today are antibiotic resistant biofilms. While over 600 species of these biofilms have been DNA sequenced for periodontal disease, these gum infections are the tip of the iceberg. A huge amount of illness from joint problems to wound infections to heart disease are caused by biofilms.
During the past two years, intensive research at the Frequency Research Foundation has developed frequency sequences for about 400 biofilms. A notable finding is that radical reduction in blood pressure can be achieved by running the appropriate borrelia biofilm programs for infected individuals. All people exposed to lyme disease will need them.
January 2005, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
It has long been assumed that all chronic periodontitis is the same no matter where one lives in the world.  But some scientists have wondered whether the bacterial composition of the oral biofilm – the sticky, mat-like microbial communities that form on our teeth and cause chronic periodontitis – might vary geographically.  In the November issue of the Journal of Clinical Periodontology, NIDCR grantees and their colleagues report for the first time that this is indeed the case.  In a study of more than 300 patients with chronic periodontitis from Sweden, the United States, Brazil, and Chile, they found clear geographical differences in the bacterial content of dental plaque obtained from the periodontal lesions.  To hear more about this important paper, the Inside Scoop recently talked with lead author Anne Haffajee, B.D.S., and Sigmund Socransky, D.D.S., the senior author. Both are scientists at The Forsyth Institute in Boston.


Work on biofilms is becoming as extensive as previous work on lyme disease frequencies. Daily updates indicate that they are at the root of much of heart disease, respiratory problems, joint issues, prostate problems, and tumors of all types. Recent releases added many biofilms seen with abnormal cells in cancer patients, raising the question as to whether they are involved in carcinogenesis.

There are over 600 species of periodontal biofilms that have been DNA sequenced. During the past two years, the Frequency Research Foundation has expanded detailed analysis of  frequencies for many more biofilm infections. This is the most extensive research effort since development of the lyme disease frequency sets and has involved daily analysis and update of biofilm frequencies from September 2011 until July 2013. As a result these data are the most comprehensive biofilm frequency sets available.

Some are based on the lyme borellia spirochete and cause elevated blood pressure. Others are directly related to mortality from heart disease.


Persistent Chlamydia pneumoniae infection of cardiomyocytes is correlated with fatal myocardial infarction.
Spagnoli LG, Pucci S, Bonanno E, Cassone A, Sesti F, Ciervo A, Mauriello A.

All biofilms can go systemic in the body and cause a wide variety of symptoms and disease outcomes. For the first time it is possible to work on getting rid of the root cause of gum disease and other persistent infections.

Frequencies are published as a set of over a dozen F165 program files. It is best to work on one biofilm frequency set at a time as one clinician has noted that use of these frequencies is analogous to tearing up the floorboards in your house. You never know what you are going to find underneath.

Biofilm frequencies are available to subscribers.