Mechanisms of electromagnetic influences and effects on membrane systems in neurons and cardiomyocytes

" We applied an electrophysiological technique implying recording of intracellular potentials of a neuron. The presented research work is of fundamental nature and reveals some intimate mechanisms of actions made by electromagnetic radiation (EMR) on the cytoplasm membrane of a neuron and its channels that is applicable to cardiomyocytes. An absolutely exclusive distinctive feature of our work is that the specific BBSS EMR used in our experiments has unique characteristics and offers broadband stochastic radiated frequencies in the range from 10n Hz to 10m Hz at an integral radiation power of only 0,1 µW. Another distinguishing feature of the applied EMR parameters is that the stochastically organized EMR is supplied under such action rhythms, which are close to the natural alpha-, theta- and delta-rhythms of an EEG as well to the natural background base resonance frequency of the Earth, which has been physically measured to be 7,83 Hz, that is evolutionary significant for biological systems." {Credits 1}

We are pioneers in the world science who succeeded in obtaining objective evidence for the effects made by the broadband-spectrum stochastic electromagnetic radiation (BBSS EMR) on intracellularly recorded electrophysiological properties of a CNS neuron. The used BBSS EMR was demonstrated to have the effects on the amplitude, the duration of an action potential and a membrane potential, following the pattern of a regulatory response to weak stimulation, similar to the reaction of training. The effects produced by BBSS EMR on the CNS neurons in the snail Helix pomatia are applicable to cardiomyocytes, since the electrophysiological and ionic mechanisms of firing an action potential and creating the required level of a membrane potential in these cells in the organism are identical; however they differ in their time parameters. " {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Orlov, V. I., Rudenko, M. Y., Shikhlyarova, A. I., Sukhov, A. A., Kirichenko, E. Y., Filippova, S. Y., ... & Rudenko, S. M. (2017). Mechanisms of electromagnetic influences and effects on membrane systems in neurons and cardiomyocytes. Cardiometry, (11). This work is licensed under the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) License.

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