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Experimental testing of the influence of a variety of electromagnetic fields on biosystems

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Applied Fields - Experimental


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Favailable in PDFSpontaneous Radiofrequency Emission from Electron Spins within ​Drosophila: a preliminary report on a novel biological signalCommentary icon2019-(14)Alexandros Gaitanidis​, Antonello Sotgiu​, Luca Turin
Favailable in PDF and HTMLPhysical energies to the rescue of damaged tissuesCommentary icon2019-(26)Federica Facchin, Silvia Canaider, Riccardo Tassinari, Chiara Zannini, Eva Bianconi, Valentina Taglioli, Elena Olivi, Claudia Cavallini, Marco Tausel, Carlo Ventura
Favailable in PDF and HTMLEnergy Medicine: Current Status and Future PerspectivesCommentary icon2019-(10)Christina L. Ros
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubMolecular mechanisms of microglia- and astrocyte-driven neurorestoration triggered by application of electromagnetic fieldsNo comments yet icon2019-(14)Jasmina Isaković, Dunja Gorup, Dinko Mitrečić
Favailable in PDFThe effects of natural magnetic fields on biological systems: Evidence from planaria, sunflower seeds and breast cancer cellsNo comments yet icon2019-(126)Victoria Hossack
Favailable in PDF and HTMLThe effects of electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields on microorganisms in the perspective of bioremediationNo comments yet icon2019-(47)Gabriele Beretta, Andrea Filippo Mastorgio, Lisa Pedrali, Sabrina Saponaro, Elena Sezenna
Favailable in PDF and HTMLBio-field array: a dielectrophoretic electromagnetic toroidal excitation to restore and maintain the golden ratio in human erythrocytesCommentary icon2018-(16)Marcy C. Purnell, Matthew B.A. Butawan, Risa D. Ramsey
Favailable in PDF and HTMLSpecifically Targeted Electromagnetic Fields Arrest Proliferation of Glioblastoma Multiforme U-87 Cells in CulturNo comments yet icon2018-(12)Carmen J. Narvaez, Samantha K. Mall, Aaron Fountain, Brian A. Parr, Sridar V. Chittur, Boris I. Kokorin, Stephen F. Botsford, Joseph F. Startari
Favailable in PDF and HTMLUse of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields for the treatment of cancerNo comments yet icon2018-(14)Hugo Jimenez, Carl Blackman, Glenn Lesser, Waldemar Debinski, Michael Chan, Sambad Sharma, Kounosuke Watabe, Hui-Wen Lo, Alexandra Thomas, Dwayne Godwin, William Blackstock, Albert Mudry, James Posey, Rodney O’Connor, Ivan Brezovich, Keith Bonin, Daniel Kim-Shapiro, Alexandre Barbault, Boris Pasche
Favailable in PDFTumor treating fields: a new approach to glioblastoma therapy (100-300kHz)No comments yet icon2018-(7)Jonathan Rick, Ankush Chandra, Manish K. Aghi
Favailable in PDFSeeing Cell Biology with the Eyes of PhysicsNo comments yet icon2017-(8)Carlo Ventura
Favailable in PDF and HTMLEffects of four kinds of electromagnetic fields (EMF) with different frequency spectrum bands on ovariectomized osteoporosis in mice (ICR)Commentary icon2017-(16)Tao Lei, Feijiang Li, Zhuowen Liang, Chi Tang, Kangning Xie, Pan Wang, Xu Dong, Shuai Shan, Juan Liu, Qiaoling Xu, Erping Luo, Guanghao Shen
Favailable in PDF and HTMLComparative study of the efficacy of pulsed electromagnetic field and low level laser therapy on mitogen-activated protein kinasesNo comments yet icon2017-(6)Ayman M. El-Makakey, Radwa M. El-Sharaby, Mohammed H. Hassan, Alaa Balba
 available in PDF, HTML and EpubInfluences of Electromagnetic Energy on Bio-Energy Transport through Protein Molecules in Living Systems and Its Experimental Evidence (soliton)Commentary icon2016-(29)Xiaofeng Pang, Shude Chen, Xianghui Wang, Lisheng Zhong
Favailable in PDFMechanisms of electromagnetic influences and effects on membrane systems in neurons and cardiomyocytesNo comments yet icon2016-(11)Valery I. Orlov, Mikhail Y. Rudenko, Alla I. Shikhlyarova, Alexander A. Sukhov, Evgeniya Y. Kirichenko, Svetlana Y. Filippova, Vladimir A. Zernov, Dmitry F. Makedonsky, Konstantin K. Mamberger, Sergey M. Rudenko
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubAn Overview of Sub-Cellular Mechanisms Involved in the Action of TTFields (100-300kHz)(microtubules)Commentary icon2016-(23)Jack A. Tuszynski, Cornelia Wenger, Douglas E. Friesen, Jordane Preto
Favailable in PDF and HTMLThe magnetic orientation of the Antarctic amphipod Gondogeneia antarctica is cancelled by very weak radiofrequency fields (969 kHz, 10 MHz - 2, 20 nT)Commentary icon2016-(8)K. Tomanova, M. Vacha
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubWeak Broadband Electromagnetic Fields are More Disruptive to Magnetic Compass Orientation in a Night-Migratory Songbird (Erithacus rubecula) than Strong Narrow-Band Fields (2 kHz-9 MHz)Commentary icon2016-(13)Susanne Schwarze, Nils-Lasse Schneider, Thomas Reichl, David Dreyer, Nele Lefeldt, Svenja Engels, Neville Baker, P. J. Hore, Henrik Mouritsen
Favailable in PDF and HTMLA quantum theory of disease, including cancer and agingNo comments yet icon2016-(18)Jerry I. Jacobson
Favailable in PDFNon-Thermal Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Field on Bacteria - A ReviewNo comments yet icon2016-(13)Saleh Hussein Salmen
Favailable in PDFThe role of cell hydration in realization of biological effects of non-ionizing radiation (NIR)No comments yet icon2015-(14)Sinerik Ayrapetyan
Favailable in PDFThe Effects of Weak Magnetic Fields on Radical PairsNo comments yet icon2015-(10)Frank S. Barnes, Ben Greenebaum
Aavailable in HTMLBacterial growth rates are influenced by cellular characteristics of individual species when immersed in electromagnetic fieldsNo comments yet icon2015-(1)Lucas W.E. Tessaro, Nirosha J. Murugan, Michael A. Persinger
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubCell Hydration as a Biomarker for Estimation of Biological Effects of Nonionizing Radiation on Cells and OrganismsNo comments yet icon2014-(9)Sinerik Ayrapetyan, Jaysankar De
Favailable in PDF and HTMLLive visualizations of single isolated tubulin protein self-assembly via tunneling current: effect of electromagnetic pumping during spontaneous growth of microtubuleNo comments yet icon2014-(9)Satyajit Sahu, Subrata Ghosh, Daisuke Fujita, Anirban Bandyopadhyay
Favailable in PDF and HTMLNon-Thermal Radio Frequency Stimulation of Tubulin Polymerization in Vitro: A Potential Therapy for Cancer TreatmentNo comments yet icon2014-(21)John T. Butters, Xavier A. Figueroa2, Bennett Michael Butters
Favailable in PDF and HTMLBiomolecular structure manipulation using tailored electromagnetic radiation: a proof of concept on a simplified model of the active site of bacterial DNA topoisomeraseNo comments yet icon2014-(10)Daungruthai Jarukanont, João T. S. Coimbra, Bernd Bauerhenne, Pedro A. Fernandes, Shekhar Patel, Maria J. Ramos, Martin E. Garcia
Favailable in PDFCross-Phyla Investigatión Into the Effects of Applied Weak-Intensity Electromagétic FieldsCommentary icon2014- (101)Ryan C. Burke
Favailable in PDF and HTMLMagnetic field-dependent molecular and chemical processes in biochemistry, genetics and medicineNo comments yet icon2014-(12)Anatoly L. Buchachenko
Favailable in PDF and HTMLMagnetic Control of Enzymatic PhosphorylationNo comments yet icon2014-(9)Anatoly L. Buchachenko, Dmitry A. Kuznetsov
Favailable in PDF and HTMLApplications of Weak, Complex Magnetic Fields that Attenuate EAE in Rats to a Human Subject with Moderately Severe Multiple SclerosisNo comments yet icon2014-(4)Michael A Persinger, Stanley A. Koren, and Linda S. St. Pierre
Aavailable in HTMLComparisons of responses by planarian to micromolar to attomolar dosages of morphine or naloxone and/or weak pulsed magnetic fields: Revealing receptor subtype affinities and non-specific effectsNo comments yet icon2014-(1)Nirosha J. Murugan, Michael A. Persinger
Favailable in PDFAntimicrobial Effects of Electromagnetic Fields: A Review of Current Techniques and Mechanisms of ActionNo comments yet icon2014-(13)Ali Yadollahpour, Mostafa Jalilifar, Samaneh Rashidi
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubNon-Thermal Radio Frequency and Static Magnetic Fields Increase Rate of Hemoglobin Deoxygenation in a Cell-Free PreparationNo comments yet icon2013-(7)David Muehsam , Parviz Lalezari, Rukmani Lekhraj, Provvidenza Abruzzo, Alessandra Bolotta, Marina Marini, Ferdinando Bersani, Giorgio Aicardi, Arthur Pilla, Diana Casper
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubElectromagnetic fields act via activation of voltage-gated calcium channels to produce beneficial or adverse effectsNo comments yet icon2013-(8)Martin L. Pall
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubTemporally-Patterned Magnetic Fields Induce Complete Fragmentation in PlanariaNo comments yet icon2013-(6)Nirosha J. Murugan, Lukasz M. Karbowski, Robert M. Lafrenie, Michael A. Persinger
Favailable in PDFWhy are living things sensitive to weak magnetic fields?No comments yet icon2013-(5)Abraham R. Liboff
Favailable in PDFBioelectromagnetic medicine: The role of resonance signalingNo comments yet icon2012-(16)Alberto Foletti, Settimio Grimaldi, Antonella Lisi, Mario Ledda, Abraham R. Liboff
Favailable in PDFBI2012: Electromagnetic Medicine Non-Inductive Non-Thermal ModalitiesNo comments yet icon2012-(18)Abraham R. Liboff
Favailable in PDFBeneficial Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation in CancerCommentary icon2012-(21)I. Verginadis, A. Velalopoulou, I. Karagounis, Y. Simos, D. Peschos, S. Karkabounas, A. Evangelou
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubEmerging Synergisms Between Drugs and Physiologically-Patterned Weak Magnetic Fields: Implications for Neuropharmacology and the Human Population in the Twenty-First CenturyCommentary icon2007-(11)P.D. Whissell, M.A. Persinger
Favailable in PDFMagnetobiology: The kT Paradox and Possible SolutionsCommentary icon2007-(19)V.N. Binhi, A.B. Rubin



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