Bioelectromagnetics

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0197-8462
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1521-186X
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2044
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  1. Magnetic fields generated by an induction heating (IH) cook top do not cause genotoxicity in vitro.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(7):529 (2007) PMID 17492656

    The use of induction heater (IH) cook tops in homes has become widespread, especially in Japan, but there are concerns about the safety of intermediate frequency (IF) electromagnetic fields associated with these cooking appliances. Since the cellular genotoxicity of IF magnetic fields has not be...
  2. Lagged association between geomagnetic activity and diminished nocturnal pain thresholds in mice.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(7):577 (2007) PMID 17657732

    A wide variety of behaviors in several species has been statistically associated with the natural variations in geomagnetism. To examine whether changes in geomagnetic activity are associated with pain thresholds, adult mice were exposed to a hotplate paradigm once weekly for 52 weeks during the...
  3. Measuring ELF fields produced by mobile phones and personal digital assistants (PDAs).

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(7):583 (2007) PMID 17620300

  4. Pulsed electromagnetic fields affect osteoblast proliferation and differentiation in bone tissue engineering.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(7):519 (2007) PMID 17516509

    Bone tissue engineering is an interdisciplinary field involving both engineers and cell biologists, whose main purpose is to repair bone anatomical defects and maintain its functions. A novel system that integrates pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMFs) and bioreactors was applied to bone tissue ...
  5. Expression of HSP72 after ELF-EMF exposure in three cell lines.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(7):509 (2007) PMID 17508393

    It has been reported that magnetic fields with flux densities ranging from microT to mT are able to induce heat shock factor, HSP72 mRNA or heat shock proteins in various cells. In this study we investigated changes in the HSP72 mRNA transcription level in three cell lines (HL-60, H9c2, and Gira...
  6. Investigation of protein expression in magnetic field-treated human glioma cells.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(7):546 (2007) PMID 17570505

    We previously reported phenotypic changes in human breast cancer cells following low-level magnetic field (MF) exposure. Here proteomic methods were used to investigate the biochemical effect of MF exposure in SF767 human glioma cells. Protein alterations were studied after exposure to 1.2 micro...
  7. Lack of promoting effects of chronic exposure to 1.95-GHz W-CDMA signals for IMT-2000 cellular system on development of N-ethylnitrosourea-induced central nervous system tumors in F344 rats.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(7):562 (2007) PMID 17516507

    The present study was performed to evaluate effects of a 2-year exposure to an electromagnetic near-field (EMF) equivalent to that generated by cellular phones on tumor development in the central nervous system (CNS) of rats. For this purpose, pregnant F344 rats were given a single administratio...
  8. Ornithine decarboxylase activity of L929 cells after exposure to continuous wave or 50 Hz modulated radiofrequency radiation--a replication study.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(7):501 (2007) PMID 17508405

    A replication study with some extensions was made to confirm enhancement of ornithine decarboxylase (ODC) activity in murine L929 fibroblasts after radiofrequency (RF) field exposure reported in earlier studies. L929 cells purchased from two cell banks were exposed for 2, 8, or 24 h to continuou...
  9. Effects of high frequency electromagnetic field (EMF) emitted by mobile phones on the human motor cortex.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(7):553 (2007) PMID 17516508

    We investigated whether the pulsed high frequency electromagnetic field (EMF) emitted by a mobile phone has short term effects on the human motor cortex. We measured motor evoked potentials (MEPs) elicited by single pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), before and after mobile phone exp...
  10. Potential exposure assessment errors associated with body-worn RF dosimeters.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(7):573 (2007) PMID 17654534

    Personal exposure meters for assessing exposure to RF electric or magnetic fields are subject to errors associated with perturbations of the fields by the presence of the human body. Although these alterations are complex they are not completely unpredictable. This article concludes that this er...
  11. Development and evaluation of intermediate frequency magnetic field exposure system for studies of in vitro biological effects.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(7):538 (2007) PMID 17570495

    We have developed an intermediate frequency (IF) magnetic field exposure system for in vitro studies. Since there are no previous studies on exposure to heating-frequency magnetic fields generated from an induction heating (IH) cook top, there is a strong need for such an exposure system and for...
  12. Measuring ELF fields produced by mobile phones and personal digital assistants (PDAs).

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(7):580 (2007) PMID 17620301

  13. The effect of GSM and TETRA mobile handset signals on blood pressure, catechol levels and heart rate variability.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(6):433 (2007) PMID 17486598

    An acute rise in blood pressure has been reported in normal volunteers during exposure to signals from a mobile phone handset. To investigate this finding further we carried out a double blind study in 120 healthy volunteers (43 men, 77 women) in whom we measured mean arterial pressure (MAP) dur...
  14. Neurophysiological effects of mobile phone electromagnetic fields on humans: a comprehensive review.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(6):415 (2007) PMID 17503518

    In recent years a growing number of people have begun to use mobile phone technology. This phenomenon has raised questions and doubts about possible effects on users' brains. This literature review focuses on the human electrophysiological and neuro-metabolic effects of mobile phone (MP)-related...
  15. Assessing the numerical accuracy of the impedance method.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(6):454 (2007) PMID 17486604

    The impedance method has been used extensively to calculate induced electric fields and currents in tissue as a result of applied electromagnetic fields. However, there has previously been no known method for an a priori assessment of the numerical accuracy of the results found by this method. H...
  16. Dominant factors influencing whole-body average SAR due to far-field exposure in whole-body resonance frequency and GHz regions.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(6):484 (2007) PMID 17486582

    Electromagnetic (EM) absorption of the human body for far-field exposure at the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) reference level has two peaks in the resonance frequency and GHz regions. Dominant factors influencing whole-body average specific absorption rat...
  17. Lack of promotion of mammary, lung and skin tumorigenesis by 20 kHz triangular magnetic fields.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(6):446 (2007) PMID 17486629

    In order to evaluate possible tumorigenic effects of a 20 kHz intermediate frequency triangular magnetic field (IF), a frequency emitted from TV and PC monitors at 6.25 microT rms, which is the regulated exposure limit of magnetic field for the public in Korea, mammary tumors were produced in fe...
  18. Does direction of induced electric field or current provide a test of mechanism involved in nerve regeneration?

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(6):488 (2007) PMID 17486600

    We suggest an experimental comparison of two directions for applying the time-varying magnetic fields which have been found to speed spontaneous regeneration of injured peripheral nerves and in attempts to repair spinal cord injuries. Time-varying magnetic fields induce currents in a plane perpe...
  19. Synaptosome behaviour is unaffected by weak pulsed electromagnetic fields.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(6):477 (2007) PMID 17497690

    The present study examined the effect on rat cortical synaptosomes of a 2 h exposure to 50-Hz electromagnetic fields (EMFs) with a peak magnetic field of 2 mT. We measured modifications of synaptosomal mitochondrial respiration rate, ATP production, membrane potential, intrasynaptosomal Ca(2+) c...
  20. Effects of 120 mT static magnetic field on TGF-beta1-inhibited endothelial tubular formation in vitro.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(6):497 (2007) PMID 17516506

    We designed this study to examine the effects of static magnetic fields (SMF; 120 mT [B(max)] and a maximum spatial magnetic flux gradient of 21 mT/mm) on inhibited tubular formation when treated with human transforming growth factor (TGF)-beta1 at a relatively high concentration (5 ng/ml). Thre...