Polyglycans are hyperboloid structured sugar protein molecules. In the intercellular liquid they ensure that no stasises arise, and so an ongoing transport of solutes is maintained.
The high charge density allows to shed charges in every stimulus reaction, to change the cell potentials and to rehabilitate a hibernation after a stimulus.
The regulatory ability of the hole body depends on the skill the appropriate charge carriers making available.
Permanent stress induces to charge losses at the sugar protein molecules so that they precipitate and induce in their environment regulation blockades.
Every permanent healing only is possible when charges in the complexe sugar protein molecular chains are restored. Only then they are able to rebuild the organ specific membran potentials in the surrounding area.
These processes are footprints of what life is.