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Some possible therapeutic uses, including cancer treatment, of the few megahertz frequency range

Pablo Andueza Munduate

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Applied Fields - Experimental
High Frequency

High Frequency

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Aavailable in HTMLRepeated Electromagnetic Field Stimulation in Aging and Health64 MHz - (SAR 0.6 W/kg)Commentary icon2018-(1)Felipe P. Perez, Jorge J. Morisaki, Joseph P. Bandeira
FResonant Radiofrequency Fields Damaging Saccharomyces Cerevisiae28 MHzCommentary icon2018-(3)W. S. Dias, E. H. M. Liquer, L. C. Gontijo, T. A. Oakes, G. S. Dias, C. Marques, H. S. Chavez
Aavailable in HTMLAmplitude-modulated radiofrequency electromagnetic fields target hepatocellular carcinoma stem cells through activation of Cav 3.2 T-type calcium channels27.12 MHz - (SAR 0.0002-0.001 W/kg)No comments yet icon2018-(1)Hugo Jimenez, Minghui Wang, Jacquelyn W. Zimmerman, Michael J. Pennison, Sambad Sharma, Ivan Brezovich
Aavailable in HTMLBiophysical control of the growth of Agrobacterium tumefaciens using extremely low frequency electromagnetic waves at resonance frequency10 MHz (1 Hz modulated) - 0.000669 mTCommentary icon2017-(1)M. Ali Fadel, Reem H. El-Gebaly, Shaimaa A. Mohamed, Ashraf M.M. Abdelbacki
Favailable in PDF and HTMLPulsed electromagnetic fields in knee osteoarthritis: a double blind, placebo-controlled, randomized clinical trial27.12 MHz (1000 Hz pulse)No comments yet icon2015-(8)Gian Luca Bagnato, Giovanni Miceli, Natale Marino1 , Davide Sciortino, Gian Filippo Bagnato
Favailable in PDFPulsed Electromagnetic Fields Reduce Postoperative Interleukin-1β, Pain, and Inflammation: A Double- Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study in TRAM Flap Breast Reconstruction Patients27.12 MHz (2 Hz pulse)Commentary icon2015-(10)Christine H. Rohde, Erin M. Taylor, Amanda Alonso, Jeffrey A. Ascherman, Krista L. Hardy, Arthur A. Pilla
Favailable in PDFEffect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) on Infarct Size and Inflammation After Cerebral Ischemia in Mice27.12 MHz (2 Hz pulse) - (SAR 0.04 W/kg)Commentary icon2014-(10)Juan Carlos Pena-Philippides, Yirong Yang, Olga Bragina, Sean Hagberg, Edwin Nemoto, Tamara Roitbak
Favailable in PDFIncreases in microvascular perfusion and tissue oxygenation via pulsed electromagnetic fields in the healthy rat brain27.12-MHz - (SAR 0.04 W/kg)No comments yet icon2014-(10)Denis E. Bragin, Gloria L. Statom, Sean Hagberg, Edwin M. Nemoto
Favailable in PDFInhibition of cellular proliferation and enhancement of hydrogen peroxide production in fibrosarcoma cell line by weak radio frequency magnetic fields10 MHzNo comments yet icon2014-(5)Pablo R.Castello, Iain Hill, Frank Sivo, Lucas Portelli, Frank Barnes, Robert Usselman, Carlos F. Martino
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubThe Effects of Non-Invasive Radiofrequency Treatment and Hyperthermia on Malignant and Nonmalignant Cells13.56 MHzNo comments yet icon2014-(12)Steven A. Curley, Flavio Palalon, Kelly E. Sanders, Nadezhda V. Koshkina
Favailable in PDF and HTMLNon-Thermal Radio Frequency Stimulation of Tubulin Polymerization in Vitro: A Potential Therapy for Cancer Treatment-No comments yet icon2014-(23)John T. Butters, Xavier A. Figueroa, Bennett Michael Butters
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubSpin Biochemistry Modulates Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) Production by Radio Frequency Magnetic Fields7 MHzNo comments yet icon2014-(9)Robert J. Usselman, Iain Hill, David J. Singel, Carlos F. Martino
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubTargeted treatment of cancer with radiofrequency electromagnetic fields amplitude-modulated at tumor-specific frequencies-No comments yet icon2013-(9)Jacquelyn W. Zimmerman, Hugo Jimenez, Michael J. Pennison, Ivan Brezovich, Desiree Morgan, Albert Mudry, Frederico P. Costa , Alexandre Barbault, Boris Pasche
Favailable in PDFElectromagnetic fields instantaneously modulate nitric oxide signaling in challenged biological systems27 MHzNo comments yet icon2012-(4)Arthur A. Pilla
Favailable in PDFRadio Frequency Energy for Bioelectric Stimulation of Plants (ICR)1-50 MHz (16 Hz amplitude modulated) - 0.005 mTCommentary icon2012- (207)Pieter Johannes Jacobus van Zyl
Favailable in PDF and HTMLTreatment of advanced hepatocellular carcinoma with very low levels of amplitude-modulated electromagnetic fields27.12 MHz (amplitude modulated)Commentary icon2011-(9)F.P. Costa, A.C. de Oliveira, R. Meirelles, M.C.C. Machado, T. Zanesco, R Surjan, M.C. Chammas, M. de Souza Rocha, D. Morgan, A. Cantor, J. Zimmerman, I. Brezovich, N. Kuster, A. Barbault, B. Pasche
Favailable in PDFElectromagnetic fields as first messenger in biological signaling: Application to calmodulin-dependent signaling in tissue repair27.12 MHz (pulse modulated) - SAR (0.0001 W/kg)No comments yet icon2011-(10)Arthur Pilla, Robert Fitzsimmons, David Muehsam, June Wu, Christine Rohde, Diana Casper

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