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Bioelectromagnetics

Print ISSN
0197-8462
Electronic ISSN
1521-186X
Impact factor
2.291
Publisher
wiley
URL
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)1521-186X
Usage rank
2149
Article count
2044
Free count
37
Free percentage
0.0181018
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CSA, Proquest, and Wiley from 1980

  1. Experimental validations of in vivo human musculoskeletal tissue conductivity images using MR-based electrical impedance tomography.

    Bioelectromagnetics 35(5):363 (2014) PMID 24737160

    We can successfully reconstruct conductivity images of the human body. Meanwhile, numerous studies reported that the electrical conductivity of human tissues could be inferred from in vitro or ex vivo measurements of different species. However, in vivo tissues may differ from in vitro and/or ex vivo...
  2. The 2013 most influential bioelectromagnetics journal paper by citation award.

    Bioelectromagnetics 35(5):313 (2014) PMID 24961512

  3. Therapeutic effects of whole-body devices applying pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF): A systematic literature review

    Bioelectromagnetics 33(2):95 (2012) PMID 21938735

    We conducted a systematic review of trials investigating the therapeutic effects of low-frequency PEMF devices. We were interested in all health outcomes addressed so far in randomized, sham-controlled, double-blind trials. In total, 11 trials were identified. They were focused on osteoarthritis of...
  4. Enhanced absorption of millimeter wave energy in murine subcutaneous blood vessels.

    Bioelectromagnetics 32(6):423 (2011) PMID 21344460 PMCID PMC3118398

    We used two types of models: (1) a rectangular block of multilayer tissue with blood vessels traversing the fat layer and (2) cylindrical models with circular and elliptical cross-sections simulating the real geometry of murine limbs. We found that the specific absorption rate (SAR) in blood vessels...
  5. Deprotonation of glutamic acid induced by weak magnetic field: an FTIR-ATR study.

    Bioelectromagnetics 32(3):218 (2011) PMID 21125576

    We investigated the influence of ELF-EMF on glutamic acid solutions using Fourier transform infrared-attenuated total reflectance (FTIR-ATR) spectra. Samples were exposed for 10, 20, or 30 min to a weak EMF generated by Helmoltz coils, and then placed in a spectrometer. After exposure, those solut...
  6. Occupational exposure to electric fields and induced currents associated with 400 kV substation tasks from different service platforms.

    Bioelectromagnetics 32(1):79 (2011) PMID 20925064

    We compared the average value from all cases in the same substation. In the future it is important to pay attention to the fact that the action and limit values of the EU Directive differ significantly. It is also important to take into account that generally, the workers' exposure to the electric f...
  7. Effects of homogeneous and inhomogeneous static magnetic fields combined with gamma radiation on DNA and DNA repair.

    Bioelectromagnetics 31(6):488 (2010) PMID 20564169

    The aim of this study was to reveal whether static magnetic fields (SMFs) influence the repair of radiation-damaged DNA on leukocytes or has any effect on DNA. After 4 Gy of (60)Co-gamma irradiation, some of the samples were exposed to inhomogeneous SMFs with a lateral magnetic flux density gradient...
  8. Micronuclei in the blood and bone marrow cells of mice exposed to specific complex time-varying pulsed magnetic fields.

    Bioelectromagnetics 31(6):445 (2010) PMID 20564168

    For 8 weeks, adult CD-1 male mice were continuously exposed to complex time-varying pulsed magnetic fields (PMF) generated in the horizontal direction by a set of square Helmholtz coils. The PMF were <1000 Hz and delivered at a peak flux density of 1 mT. Sham-exposed mice were kept in a similar expo...
  9. Evaluation of RF electromagnetic field exposure levels from cellular base stations in Korea.

    Bioelectromagnetics 31(6):495 (2010) PMID 20564176

    This article presents the measurement results of human exposure to CDMA800 and CDMA1800 signals at locations in Korea where the general public has expressed concern. Measurements were performed at 50 locations across the country to compare the electromagnetic field levels with the general public exp...
  10. Estimation of whole-body SAR from electromagnetic fields using personal exposure meters.

    Bioelectromagnetics 31(4):286 (2010) PMID 20041435

    In this article, personal electromagnetic field measurements are converted into whole-body specific absorption rates for exposure of the general public. Whole-body SAR values calculated from personal exposure meter data are compared for different human spheroid phantoms: the highest SAR values (at 9...