1. Ayrapetyan S. (2020) The Quantum-Mechanical Sensitive Na/K Pump Is a Key Mechanism for the Metabolic Control of Neuronal Membrane Function, Open Journal of Biophysics, 10, 59-83


2. Nikoghosyan, A., Narinyan, L., Heqimyan, A. and Ayrapetyan, S. (2020) The Radioactive 45Ca Cannot be Used for Adequate Estimation of the Functional Activity of 40Ca Ions in Cells and Organisms. Open Journal of Biophysics, 10, 13-26.



1. Ayrapetyan S, Nikoghosyan A & Heqimyan A. (2019). Age-Dependent Sensitivity of Na+/K+-atpase Alpha Subunit Isoforms in Brain Tissue Hydration and Ouabain Binding. J Ageing Restor Med, 2(1): 68-74.


2. Gohar Madoyan, Arevik Azizyan, Gohar Musheghyan, Sinerik Ayrapetyan. (2019). Quantum Mechanical Nature of Pain Sensitivity. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 8(9).


3. Lilia Narinyan, Sinerik Ayrapetyan. (2019). Age-Dependent Comparative Study of 4 Hz and 8 Hz EMF Exposure on Heart Muscle Tissue Hydration of Rats. Open Journal of Biophysics 9(70-82) DOI: 10.4236/ojbiphy.2019.91005


4. Lilia Narinyan, Sinerik Ayrapetyan. (2019). Age-Dependent Impairment of Heart Muscle Contractility as a Primary Mechanism for Overexpression of Na+/Ca2+ Exchanger in Brain Cortex Tissues. European Journal of Biophysics. 7:(2)27-42.  doi: 10.11648/j.ejb.20190702.11


5. Yerazik Mikaelyan, Sinerik Ayrapetyan. (2019). Over-Expression of Na/Ca Exchangers in Soft Tissues as a Novel Diagnostic Marker for Carcinogenesis. Int J Cancer Res Mol Mech 5(1). dx.doi.org/10.16966/2381-3318.142


6. Nikoghosyan, A., Heqimyan, A. and Ayrapetyan, S. (2019). Aging Leads to Over-Expression of Na+/K+ Pump Units in Liver and Na+/Ca2+ Exchangers in Brain Cortex. Open Journal of Biophysics, 9:(218-237). https://doi.org/10.4236/ojbiphy.2019.93016


7. Ayrapetyan S. (2018) „Immer noch ist es die Unwissenheit, die die armenische Wissenschaft kaputtmacht“ Prof. Sinerik Hayrapetyan im ADK-Gespräch Kunst &Wissenschaft 44-46


8. Naira Baghdasaryan, Yerazik Mikayelyan, Ani Gasparyan, Sinerik Ayrapetyan. (in press). Na+/K+-ATPase-independent effect of low doses of ouabain on Xenopus laevis oocytes




1. Ayrapetyan S. (2018). The net water uptake by excitable cells is a primary mechanism for pain signal generation. J Bioequiv Availab 10: e86. doi:0.4172/0975-0851.1000e86


2. Nikoghosyan A, Narinyan L, Heqimyan A, Ayrapetyan S. (2018). The Quantum-Mechanical Sensitivity of Cell Hydration in MammalsOpen Journal of Biophysics, 8:(104- 116). https://Fb.org/10.4236/ojbiphy.2018.83009


3. Sinerik Ayrapetyan, Gohar Madoyan, Arevik Azizyan, Naira Eloyan, Gohar Musheghyan, et al. (2018). The Brain and Heart Muscle Tissue Hydration Sensitivity to Painless and Painful Hot Plate Heating of Rats. Glob J of Forensic Sci & Med 1(2) GJFSM.MS.ID.000507.


4. Ayrapetyan S. (2018). Water Molecules as Quantum Mechanical Sensors and Primary Messengers for Non-Ionizing Radiation Effects on Cells. In book: Ionizing Radiation: Advances in Research and Applications, Publisher: Nova Publishers, Editors: Tamar Reeve, 191-221.


5. Gyurjinyan A, Ayrapetyan S (2018). UNESCO/UNITWIN Interregional Network on Postgraduate Education and Research in Biophysics, Biotechnology and Environmental Health as A Tool for Preserving the Scientific Heritage of Developing Countries. Edu Re Heal Dev: ERHD-105.


The full list of publications and the online texts can be found by following the link




1. “Bioelectromagnetics: Current Concepts” 2006 (Eds. S. Ayrapetyan (Armenia) & M. Markov (USA) NATO Science Series, Springer Press. 480 pages.

2. “Agricultural Biotechnology and Biosafety for Food Security in the Caucasus Region and Moldova” 2004 (Eds. K. Nichterlein (FAO, Italy) & S.N. Ayrapetyan (Armenia) Noyan Tapan Press, 175 pages.

3. “Modern Problems of Cellular and Molecular Biophysics” 2001 (Eds. Ayrapetyan S. N. (Armenia) & North A.C. T. (IUPAB, UK), 360 pages.

4. “Magnetoreception and the Mechanisms of EMF Effects on Biosystems” 1999 (G.E. Grigorian (Armenia) Yerevan, 80 pages.

5. “Pain Mechanisms and Management” 1998 (Eds. Ayrapetyan S.N. (Armenia) & Apkarian A.V. (USA), IOS press, Netherlands, 390 pages.

6. “Biological Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields – Sources and Mechanisms” volume 1, 1994 (Eds. D. O. Carpenter (USA) & S.N. Ayrapetyan (Armenia), Academic press, New York.

7. “Biological Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields – Beneficial and Harmful Effects” volume 2, 1994 (Eds. D. O. Carpenter (USA) & S.N. Ayrapetyan (Armenia), Academic press, New York.

8. “Metabolic Regulation of Membrane Function” 1990 (Eds. Ayrapetyan S. N Arvanov V. L, Arutchyan N, I, Kalantaryan L.B., Suleymanyan M.A), Armenian Academy of Sciences Publishers, Yerevan.

9. “The Membrane Ionic Transport upon the Effect of Ionic Radiation” 1990, Dvoretsky, A. I, Ayrapetyan, S. N., Shainskaya, A. M.,Chebotarev, Y. Y., Naukovo Dumka, Kiev.