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    1. Marino, AA; Wolcott, RM; Chervenak, R; Jourd'heuil, F; Nilsen, E; Frilot, C
      Nonlinear dynamical law governs magnetic field induced changes in lymphoidphenotype

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    2. Schonborn, F; Pokovic, K; Burkhardt, M; Kuster, N
      Basis for optimization of in vitro exposure apparatus for health hazard evaluations of mobile communications

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    3. Wilen, J; Mild, KH; Paulsson, LE; Anger, G
      Induced current measurements in whole body exposure condition to radio frequency electric fields

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    4. Hu, GL; Chiang, H; Zeng, QL; Fu, YD
      ELF magnetic field inhibits gap junctional intercellular communication andinduces hyperphosphorylation of connexin43 in NIH3T3 cells

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    5. Foliart, DE; Iriye, RN; Tarr, KJ; Silva, JM; Kavet, R; Ebi, KL
      Alternative magnetic field exposure metrics: Relationship to TWA, appliance use, and demographic characteristics of children in a leukemia survival study

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    6. Griefahn, B; Kunemund, C; Blaszkewicz, M; Golka, K; Mehnert, P; Degen, G
      Experiments on the effects of a continuous 16.7 Hz magnetic field on melatonin secretion, core body temperature, and heart rates in humans

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    7. Reina, FG; Pascual, LA
      Influence of a stationary magnetic field on water relations in lettuce seeds. Part I: Theoretical considerations

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    8. Reina, FG; Pascual, LA; Fundora, IA
      Influence of a stationary magnetic field on water relations in lettuce seeds. Part II: Experimental results

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    9. Loscher, W
      Do cocarcinogenic effects of ELF electromagnetic fields require repeated long-term interaction with carcinogens? Characteristics of positive studies using the DMBA breast cancer model in rats

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    10. Lyskov, E; Sandstrom, M; Mild, KH
      Provocation study of persons with perceived electrical hypersensitivity and controls using magnetic field exposure and recording of electrophysiological characteristics

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    11. Chatterjee, I; Hassan, N; Craviso, GL; Publicover, NG
      Numerical computation of distortions in magnetic fields and induced currents in physiological solutions produced by microscope objectives

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    12. Holandino, C; Veiga, VF; Rodrigues, ML; Morales, MM; Capella, MAM; Alviano, CS
      Direct current decreases cell viability but not P-glycoprotein expression and function in human multidrug resistant leukemic cells

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    13. Sieron, A; Brus, R; Szkilnik, R; Plech, A; Kubanski, N; Cieslar, G
      Influence of alternating low frequency magnetic fields on reactivity of central dopamine receptors in neonatal 6-hydroxydopamine treated rats

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    14. Misakian, M; Kasianowicz, JJ; Robertson, B; Petersons, O
      Frequency response of alternating currents through the Staphylococcus aureus alpha-hemolysin ion channel

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    15. Mayrovitz, HN; Groseclose, EE; Markov, M; Pilla, AA
      Effects of permanent magnets on resting skin blood perfusion in healthy persons assessed by laser Doppler flowmetry and imaging

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    16. Pessina, GP; Aldinucci, C; Palmi, M; Sgaragli, G; Benocci, A; Meini, A; Pessina, F
      Pulsed electromagnetic fields affect the intracellular calcium concentrations in human astrocytoma cells

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    17. Engstrom, S
      Green function method for calculating properties of static magnetic fields

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    18. Jech, R; Sonka, K; Ruzicka, E; Nebuzelsky, A; Bohm, J; Juklickova, M; Nevsimalova, S
      Electromagnetic field of mobile phones affects visual event related potential in patients with narcolepsy

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    19. Pavelka, J; Jindrak, L
      Mechanism of the fluorescent light induced suppression of curly phenotype in Drosophila melanogaster

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    20. Gajsek, P; Ziriax, JM; Hurt, WD; Walters, TJ; Mason, PA
      Predicted SAR in Sprague-Dawley rat as a function of permittivity values

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    21. Thomas, AW; Drost, DJ; Prato, FS
      Magnetic field exposure and behavioral monitoring system

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    22. Okano, H; Ohkubo, C
      Modulatory effects of static magnetic fields on blood pressure in rabbits

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    23. Tofani, S; Barone, D; Cintorino, M; de Santi, MM; Ferrara, A; Orlassino, R; Ossola, P; Peroglio, F; Rolfo, K; Ronchetto, F
      Static and ELF magnetic fields induce tumor growth inhibition and apoptosis

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    24. Adair, ER; Mylacraine, KS; Cobb, BL
      Human exposure to 2450 MHz CW energy at levels outside the IEEE C95.1 standard does not increase core temperature

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    25. Schoenbach, KH; Beebe, SJ; Buescher, ES
      Intracellular effect of ultrashort electrical pulses

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    26. Grzesiuk, E; Laubitz, D; Wojcik-Sikora, A; Zabielski, R; Pierzynowski, SG
      Influence of intestinal myoelectrical activity on the growth of Escherichia coli

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    27. Kaune, WT; Banks, RS; Linet, MS; Hatch, EE; Kleinerman, RA; Wacholder, S; Tarone, RE; Haines, C
      Static magnetic field measurements in residences in relation to resonance hypotheses of interactions between power-frequency magnetic fields and humans

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    28. Nordenson, I; Mild, KH; Jarventaus, H; Hirvonen, A; Sandstrom, M; Wilen, J; Blix, N; Norppa, H
      Chromosomal aberrations in peripheral lymphocytes of train engine drivers

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    29. Cabrales, LB; Ciria, HC; Bruzon, RP; Quevedo, MS; Aldana, RH; De Oca, LM; Salas, MF; Pena, OD
      Electrochemical treatment of mouse Ehrlich tumor with direct electric current

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    30. Brix, J; Wettemann, H; Scheel, O; Feiner, F; Matthes, R
      Measurement of the individual exposure to 50 and 16 2/3 Hz magnetic fieldswithin the Bavarian population

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    31. Miyakawa, T; Yamada, S; Harada, S; Ishimori, T; Yamamoto, H; Hosono, R
      Exposure of Caenorhabditis elegans to extremely low frequency high magnetic fields induces stress responses

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    32. Al-Akhras, MA; Elbetieha, A; Hasan, MK; Al-Omari, I; Darmani, H; Albiss, B
      Effects of extremely low frequency magnetic field on fertility of adult male and female rats

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    33. Markkanen, A; Juutilainen, J; Lang, S; Pelkonen, J; Rytomaa, T; Naarala, J
      Effects of 50 Hz magnetic field on cell cycle kinetics and the colony forming ability of budding yeast exposed to ultraviolet radiation

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    34. Abramsson-Zetterberg, L; Grawe, J
      Extended exposure of adult and fetal mice to 50 Hz magnetic field does notincrease the incidence of micronuclei in erythrocytes

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    35. Szabo, I; Rojavin, MA; Rogers, TJ; Ziskin, MC
      Reactions of keratinocytes to in vitro millimeter wave exposure

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    36. Stamenkovic-Radak, M; Kitanovic, I; Prolic, Z; Tomisic, I; Stojkovic, B; Andjelkovic, M
      Effect of a permanent magnetic field on wing size parameters in Drosophilamelanogaster

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    37. Polk, C
      Cows, ground surface potentials and earth resistivity (vol 22, pg 7, 2001)

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    38. Stevens, P
      Effects of 5 s exposures to a 50 mu T, 20 Hz magnetic field on skin conductance and ratings of affect and arousal

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    39. Buechler, DN; Christensen, DA; Durney, CH; Simon, B
      Calculation of electric fields induced in the human knee by a coil applicator

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    40. Kaune, WT; Davis, S; Stevens, RG; Mirick, DK; Kheifets, L
      Measuring temporal variability in residential magnetic field exposures

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    41. Adair, ER; Mylacraine, KS; Cobb, BL
      Partial-body exposure of human volunteers to 2450 MHz pulsed or CW fields provokes similar thermoregulatory responses

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    42. Harada, S; Yamada, S; Kuramata, O; Gunji, Y; Kawasaki, M; Miyakawa, T; Yonekura, H; Sakurai, S; Bessho, K; Hosono, R; Yamamoto, H
      Effects of high ELF magnetic fields on enzyme-catalyzed DNA and RNA synthesis in vitro and on a cell-free DNA mismatch repair

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    43. Shah, JP; Midkiff, P; Brandt, PC; Sisken, BF
      Growth and differentiation of PC6 cells: the effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF)

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    44. El-Lakkani, A
      Dielectric response of some biological tissues

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    45. Radon, K; Parera, D; Rose, DM; Jung, D; Vollrath, L
      No effects of pulsed radio frequency electromagnetic fields on melatonin, cortisol, and selected markers of the immune system in man

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    46. Alekseev, SI; Ziskin, MC
      Millimeter wave power density in aqueous biological samples

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    47. Heredia-Rojas, JA; la Fuente, AORD; Velazco-Campos, MD; Leal-Garza, CH; Rodriguez-Flores, LE; de la Fuente-Cortez, B
      Cytological effects of 60 hz magnetic fields on human lymphocytes in vitro: Sister-chromatid exchanges, cell kinetics and mitotic rate

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    48. Skyberg, K; Hansteen, IL; Vistnes, AI
      Chromosomal aberrations in lymphocytes of employees in transformer and generator production exposed to electromagnetic fields and mineral oil

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    49. Armstrong, BG; Deadman, J; McBride, ML
      The determinants of Canadian children's personal exposures to magnetic fields

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    50. Hefeneider, SH; McCoy, SL; Hausman, FA; Christensen, HL; Takahashi, D; Perrin, N; Bracken, TD; Shin, KY; Hall, AS
      Long-term effects of 60-Hz electric vs. magnetic fields on IL-1 and IL-2 activity in sheep

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    51. Leman, ES; Sisken, BF; Zimmer, S; Anderson, KW
      Studies of the interactions between melatonin and 2 Hz, 0.3 mT PEMF on theproliferation and invasion of human breast cancer cells

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    52. Anderson, LE; Morris, JE; Miller, DL; Rafferty, CN; Ebi, KL; Sasser, LB
      Large granular lymphocytic (LGL) leukemia in rats exposed to intermittent 60 Hz magnetic fields

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    53. Yano, A; Hidaka, E; Fujiwara, K; Limoto, M
      Induction of primary root curvature in radish seedlings in a static magnetic field

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    54. Vistnes, AI; Gjotterud, K
      Why arguments based on photon energy may be highly misleading for power line frequency electromagnetic fields

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    55. Ran, RL; Vora, N; Yang, F; Longmate, J; Wang, W; Sun, H; Li, JR; Weiss, L; Staud, C; McDougall, JA; Chou, CK
      Variations of dose and electrode spacing for rat breast cancer electrochemical treatment

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    56. Koivisto, M; Haarala, C; Krause, CM; Revonsuo, A; Laine, M; Hamalainen, H
      GSM phone signal does not produce subjective symptoms

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    57. Dobson, J
      Comment: "Dantrolene modulates the influence of steady magnetic fields on hippocampal evoked potentials in vitro"

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    58. Wieraszko, A
      Reply: "Dantrolene modulates the influence of steady magnetic fields on hippocampal evoked potentials in vitro"

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    59. Golfert, F; Hofer, A; Thummler, M; Bauer, H; Funk, RHW
      Extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields and heat shock can increasemicrovesicle motility in astrocytes

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    60. Binhi, VN; Alipov, YD; Belyaev, IY
      Effect of static magnetic field on E-coli cells and individual rotations of ion-protein complexes

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    61. Lindgren, M; Gustavsson, M; Hamnerius, Y; Galt, S
      ELF magnetic fields in a city environment

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    62. Maes, A; Collier, M; Verschaeve, L
      Cytogenetic effects of 900 MHz (GSM) microwaves on human lymphocytes

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    63. Pickard, WF; Moros, EG
      Energy deposition processes in biological tissue: Nonthermal biohazards seem unlikely in the ultra-high frequency range

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    64. Shckorbatov, YG; Shakhbazov, VG; Rudenko, AO
      Modification of electrokinetic properties of nuclei in human buccal epithelial cells by electric fields

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    65. Gandhi, OP; Kang, G; Wu, D; Lazzi, G
      Currents induced in anatomic models of the human for uniform and nonuniform power frequency magnetic fields

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    66. Blackman, CF; Benane, SG; House, DE
      The influence of 1.2 mu T, 60 Hz magnetic fields on melatonin- and tamoxifen-induced inhibition of MCF-7 cell growth

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    67. Stansell, MJ; Winters, WD; Doe, RH; Dart, BK
      Increased antibiotic resistance of E-coli exposed to static magnetic fields

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    68. Hong, SC; Kurokawa, Y; Kabuto, M; Ohtsuka, R
      Chronic exposure to ELF magnetic fields during night sleep with electric sheet: Effects on diurnal melatonin rhythms in men

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    69. Haugsdal, B; Tynes, T; Rotnes, JS; Griffiths, D
      A single nocturnal exposure to 2-7 millitesla static magnetic fields does not inhibit the excretion of 6-sulfatoxymelatonin in healthy young men

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    70. Polk, C
      Cows, ground surface potentials and earth resistivity

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    71. Sienkiewicz, ZJ; Bartram, R; Haylock, RGE; Saunders, RD
      Single, brief exposure to a 50 Hz magnetic field does not affect the performance of an object recognition task in adult mice

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    72. Zhadin, MN
      Review of Russian literature on biological action of DC and low-frequency AC magnetic fields

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    73. Iino, W; Okuda, Y
      Osmolality dependence of erythrocyte sedimentation and aggregation in a strong magnetic field

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    74. Satow, Y; Matsunami, K; Kawashima, T; Satake, H; Huda, K
      A strong constant magnetic field affects muscle tension development in bullfrog neuromuscular preparations

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    75. Emura, R; Ashida, N; Higashi, T; Takeuchi, T
      Orientation of bull sperms in static magnetic fields

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    76. Pickard, WF
      How might spatial nonuniformity of dose in a homogeneous biological systemaffect its total response?

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    77. Neutra, RR; Del Pizzo, V
      California Department of Health Services Workshop on EMF epidemiology

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    78. Greenebaum, B
      Editor's note: Supplemental issue on ELF epidemiology

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    79. Shaw, GM
      Adverse human reproductive outcomes and electromagnetic fields: A brief summary of the epidemiologic literature

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    80. Langholz, B
      Factors that explain the power line configuration wiring code-childhood leukemia association: What would they look like?

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    81. Wartenberg, D
      The potential impact of bias in studies of residential exposure to magnetic fields and childhood leukemia

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    82. Neutra, RR; Del Pizzo, V
      A richer conceptualization of "exposure" for epidemiological studies of the "EMF mixture"

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    83. Reynolds, P; Elkin, E; Scalf, R; Von Behren, J; Neutra, RR
      A case-control pilot study of traffic exposures and early childhood leukemia using a geographic information system

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    84. Savitz, DA; Poole, C
      Do studies of wire code and childhood leukemia point towards or away from magnetic fields as the causal agent?

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    85. Wartenberg, D
      Residential EMF exposure and childhood leukemia: Meta-analysis and population attributable risk

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    86. Erren, TC
      A meta-analysis of epidemiologic studies of electric and magnetic fields and breast cancer in women and men

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    87. Kheifets, LI
      Electric and magnetic field exposure and brain cancer: A review

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    88. Ahlbom, A
      Neurodegenerative diseases, suicide and depressive symptoms in relation toEMF

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    89. Neutra, RR
      Panel exploring pro and con arguments as to whether EMFs cause childhood brain cancer

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    90. Liboff, AR; Jenrow, KA
      New model for the avian magnetic compass

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    91. Bornhausen, M; Scheingraber, H
      Prenatal exposure to 900 MHz, cell-phone electromagnetic fields had no effect on operant-behavior performances of adult rats

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    92. Gray, JR; Frith, CH; Parker, JD
      In vivo enhancement of chemotherapy with static electric or magnetic fields

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    93. Nakaoka, Y; Shimizu, K; Hasegawa, K; Yamamoto, T
      Effect of a 60 Hz magnetic field on the behavior of Paramecium

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    94. Maes, A; Collier, M; Vandoninck, S; Scarpa, P; Verschaeve, L
      Cytogenetic effects of 50 Hz magnetic fields of different magnetic flux densities

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    95. Veiga, VF; Holandino, C; Rodrigues, ML; Capella, MAM; Menezes, S; Alviano, CS
      Cellular damage and altered carbohydrate expression in p815 tumor cells induced by direct electric current: An in vitro analysis

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    96. Galloni, P; Marino, C
      Effects of 50 Hz magnetic field exposure on tumor experimental models

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    97. Grant, FH; Schlegel, RE
      Effects of an increased air gap on the in vitro interaction of wireless phones with cardiac pacemakers

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    98. Ramundo-Orlando, A; Morbiducci, U; Mossa, G; D'Inzeo, G
      Effect of low frequency, low amplitude magnetic fields on the permeabilityof cationic liposomes entrapping carbonic anhydrase I. Evidence for charged lipid involvement

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    99. Ramundo-Orlando, A; Mattia, F; Palombo, A; D'Inzeo, G
      Effect of low frequency, low amplitude magnetic fields on the permeabilityof cationic liposomes entrapping carbonic anhydrase II. No evidence for surface enzyme involvement

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    100. Kuster, N; Schonborn, F
      Recommended minimal requirements and development guidelines for exposure setups of bio-experiments addressing the health risk concern of wireless communications

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS


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