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    1. Wojcik-Sikora, A; Laubitz, D; Pierzynowski, SG; Grzesiuk, E
      Exposure of Escherichia coli to intestinal myoelectrical activity-related electric field induces resistance against subsequent UV254nm (UVC) irradiation

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    2. Krewski, D; Byus, CV; Glickman, BW; Lotz, WG; Mandeville, R; McBride, ML; Prato, FS; Weaver, DF
      Potential health risks of radiofrequency fields from wireless telecommunication devices

      JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-PART B-CRITICAL REVIEWS
    3. Flaspohler, DJ; Temple, SA; Rosenfield, RN
      Species-specific edge effects on nest success and breeding bird density ina forested landscape

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    4. Kirschvink, JL; Walker, MM; Diebel, CE
      Magnetite-based magnetoreception

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    5. Gomez, MJR; De la Pena, L; Pastor, JM; Morillo, MM; Gil, L
      25 Hz electromagnetic field exposure has no effect on cell cycle distribution and apoptosis in U-937 and HCA-2/1(cch) cells

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

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    7. Abdul-Razzaq, W; Gautam, M
      Discovery of magnetite in the exhausted material from a diesel engine

      APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS
    8. Zotti-Martelli, L; Peccatori, M; Scarpato, R; Migliore, L
      Induction of micronuclei in human lymphocytes exposed in vitro to microwave radiation

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    9. Babincova, M; Sourivong, P; Leszczynska, D; Babinec, P
      Influence of alternating magnetic fields on a two-dimensional tumor growth

      ELECTRO- AND MAGNETOBIOLOGY
    10. Coghill, R; Galonja-Coghill, T
      Protective effect of a donor's endogenous electric fields on human peripheral blood lymphocyte viability

      ELECTRO- AND MAGNETOBIOLOGY
    11. Ruzic, R; Vodnik, D; Jerman, I
      Influence of aluminum in biologic effects of ELF magnetic field stimulation

      ELECTRO- AND MAGNETOBIOLOGY
    12. Dasdag, S; Akdag, MZ; Ayyildiz, O; Demirtas, OC; Yayla, M; Sert, C
      Do cellular phones alter blood parameters and birth weight of rats?

      ELECTRO- AND MAGNETOBIOLOGY
    13. Rodegerdts, EA; Gronewaller, EF; Kehlbach, R; Roth, P; Wiskirchen, J; Gebert, R; Claussen, CD; Duda, SH
      In vitro evaluation of teratogenic effects by time-varying MR gradient fields on fetal human fibroblasts

      JOURNAL OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    14. Kangarlu, A; Robitaille, PML
      Biological effects and health implications in magnetic resonance imaging

      CONCEPTS IN MAGNETIC RESONANCE
    15. Devevey, L; Patinot, C; Debray, M; Thierry, D; Brugere, H; Lambrozo, J; Guillosson, JJ; Nafziger, J
      Absence of the effects of 50 Hz magnetic fields on the progression of acute myeloid leukaemia in rats

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION BIOLOGY
    16. Swanson, J; Jeffers, DE
      Comment on the papers: Increased exposure to pollutant aerosols under highvoltage power lines; and Corona ions from powerlines and increased exposure to pollutant aerosols

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION BIOLOGY
    17. Fews, AP; Henshaw, DL
      Comment on the papers: Increased exposure to pollutant aerosols under highvoltage power lines; and Corona ions from powerlines and increased exposure to pollutant aerosols - Reply

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION BIOLOGY
    18. Wu, RY; Chiang, H; Hu, GL; Zeng, QL; Bao, JL
      The effect of 50 Hz magnetic field on GCSmRNA expression in lymphoma B cell by mRNA differential display

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    19. Binhi, VN; Goldman, RJ
      Ion-protein dissociation predicts 'windows' in electric field-induced wound-cell proliferation

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENERAL SUBJECTS
    20. Filipic, B; Kovacs, K; Somogyvari, F; Ihan, A; Ocsovszky, I; Koren, S; Toth, S
      The effects of medium-strength electric impulses on human blood

      BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY
    21. Ramstad, S; Futsaether, CM; Johnsson, A
      Effects of 50 hz electric currents and magnetic fields on the prokaryote Propionibacterium acnes

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    22. Dobson, J; St Pierre, T; Wieser, HG; Fuller, M
      Changes in paroxysmal brainwave patterns of epileptics by weak-field magnetic stimulation

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    23. St Pierre, TG; Dobson, J
      Theoretical evaluation of cell membrane ion channel activation by applied magnetic fields

      EUROPEAN BIOPHYSICS JOURNAL WITH BIOPHYSICS LETTERS
    24. Hyland, GJ
      Physics and biology of mobile telephony

      LANCET
    25. Chen, G; Upham, BL; Sun, W; Chang, CC; Rothwell, EJ; Chen, KM; Yamasaki, H; Trosko, JE
      Effect of electromagnetic field exposure on chemically induced differentiation of Friend erythroleukemia cells

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    26. Wei, M; Guizzetti, M; Yost, M; Costa, LG
      Exposure to 60-Hz magnetic fields and proliferation of human astrocytoma cells in vitro

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    27. Nakasono, S; Saiki, H
      Effect of ELF magnetic fields on protein synthesis in Escherichia coli K12

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    28. Calvo, AC; Azanza, MJ
      Synaptic neurone activity under applied 50 Hz alternating magnetic fields

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY C-PHARMACOLOGY TOXICOLOGY & ENDOCRINOLOGY
    29. Gomez, MJR; Vega, JMP; de la Pena, L; Carmona, LG; Morillo, MM
      Growth modification of human colon adenocarcinoma cells exposed to a low-frequency electromagnetic field

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    30. Wrensch, M; Yost, M; Miike, R; Lee, G; Touchstone, J
      Adult glioma in relation to residential power frequency electromagnetic field exposures in the San Francisco Bay area

      EPIDEMIOLOGY
    31. Tang, Q; Zhao, NM
      Effects of low frequency electromagnetic fields on osteoblasts proliferation and cell cycle

      CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN
    32. Cridland, NA; Sabour, NR; Saunders, RD
      Effects of 50 Hz magnetic field exposure on the rate of RNA synthesis by normal human fibroblasts

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION BIOLOGY
    33. Dicarlo, AL; Hargis, MT; Penafiel, LM; Litovitz, TA
      Short-term magnetic field exposures (60 Hz) induce protection against ultraviolet radiation damage

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION BIOLOGY
    34. de Seze, R; Ayoub, J; Peray, P; Miro, L; Touitou, Y
      Evaluation in humans of the effects of radiocellular telephones on the circadian patterns of melatonin secretion, a chronobiological rhythm marker

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    35. Selmaoui, B; Lambrozo, J; Touitou, Y
      Assessment of the effects of nocturnal exposure to 50-Hz magnetic fields on the human circadian system. A comprehensive study of biochemical variables

      CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
    36. Lin, H; Blank, M; Goodman, R
      A magnetic field-responsive domain in the human HSP70 promoter

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    37. Di Carlo, AL; Litovitz, TA
      Is genetics the unrecognized confounding factor in bioelectromagnetics? Flock-dependence of field-induced anoxia protection in chick embryos

      BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY AND BIOENERGETICS
    38. Engstrom, S; Fitzsimmons, R
      Five hypotheses to examine the nature of magnetic field transduction in biological systems

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    39. Cridland, NA; Haylock, RGE; Saunders, RD
      50 Hz magnetic field exposure alters onset of S-phase in normal human fibroblasts

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    40. Galvanovskis, J; Sandblom, J; Bergqvist, B; Galt, S; Hamnerius, Y
      Cytoplasmic Ca2+ oscillations in human leukemia T-cells are reduced by 50 Hz magnetic fields

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    41. Haussler, M; Thun-Battersby, S; Mevissen, M; Loscher, W
      Exposure of rats to a 50-Hz, 100 mu Tesla magnetic field does not affect the ex vivo production of interleukins by activated T or B lymphocytes

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    42. Zhao, YL; Johnson, PG; Jahreis, GP; Hui, SW
      Increased DNA synthesis in INIT/10T1/2 cells after exposure to a 60 Hz magnetic field: A magnetic-field or a thermal effect?

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    43. Tsurita, G; Ueno, S; Tsuno, NH; Nagawa, H; Muto, T
      Effects of exposure to repetitive pulsed magnetic stimulation on cell proliferation and expression of heat shock protein 70 in normal and malignant cells

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    44. FLIPO D; FOURNIER M; BENQUET C; ROUX P; LEBOULAIRE C; PINSKY C; LABELLA FS; KRZYSTYNIAK K
      INCREASED APOPTOSIS, CHANGES IN INTRACELLULAR CA2-VITRO EXPOSURE TO STATIC MAGNETIC-FIELD(, AND FUNCTIONAL ALTERATIONS IN LYMPHOCYTES AND MACROPHAGES AFTER IN)

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health. Part A
    45. MCCANN J; DIETRICH F; RAFFERTY C
      THE GENOTOXIC POTENTIAL OF ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC-FIELDS - AN UPDATE

      Mutation research. Reviews in mutation research
    46. SIMKO M; KRIEHUBER R; LANGE S
      MICRONUCLEUS FORMATION IN HUMAN AMNION CELLS AFTER EXPOSURE TO 50 HZ MF APPLIED HORIZONTALLY AND VERTICALLY

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology and environmental mutagenesis
    47. GOODMAN R; BLANK M
      MAGNETIC-FIELD STRESS INDUCES EXPRESSION OF HSP70

      Cell stress & chaperones
    48. BRUSICK D; ALBERTINI R; MCREE D; PETERSON D; WILLIAMS G; HANAWALT P; PRESTON J
      GENOTOXICITY OF RADIOFREQUENCY RADIATION

      Environmental and molecular mutagenesis
    49. LIN H; HEAD M; BLANK M; HAN L; JIN M; GOODMAN R
      MYC-MEDIATED TRANSACTIVATION OF HSP70 EXPRESSION FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO MAGNETIC-FIELDS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    50. CAIRO P; GREENEBAUM B; GOODMAN E
      MAGNETIC-FIELD EXPOSURE ENHANCES MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION OF SIGMA(32) IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    51. JUUTILAINEN J; DESEZE R
      BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF AMPLITUDE-MODULATED RADIOFREQUENCY RADIATION

      Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health
    52. VAUGHAN TE; WEAVER JC
      MOLECULAR-CHANGE DUE TO BIOMAGNETIC STIMULATION AND TRANSIENT MAGNETIC-FIELDS - MECHANICAL INTERFERENCE CONSTRAINTS ON POSSIBLE EFFECTS BY CELL-MEMBRANE PORE CREATION VIA MAGNETIC PARTICLES

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    53. CHEN G; CAI GP; ZHANG RQ; TU PG; ZHAO NM
      EFFECTS OF THE WEAK ALTERNATING ELECTRIC-FIELD ON NA-BLOOD-CELLS( CONCENTRATION INSIDE HUMAN RED)

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    54. FREUDE G; ULLSPERGER P; EGGERT S; RUPPE F
      EFFECTS OF MICROWAVES EMITTED BY CELLULAR PHONES ON HUMAN SLOW BRAIN POTENTIALS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    55. JOHN TM; LIU GY; BROWN GM
      60 HZ MAGNETIC-FIELD EXPOSURE AND URINARY 6-SULPHATOXYMELATONIN LEVELS IN THE RAT

      Bioelectromagnetics
    56. SIMKO M; KRIEHUBER R; WEISS DG; LUBEN RA
      EFFECTS OF 50 HZ EMF EXPOSURE ON MICRONUCLEUS FORMATION AND APOPTOSISIN TRANSFORMED AND NONTRANSFORMED HUMAN CELL-LINES

      Bioelectromagnetics
    57. Jahreis, GP; Johnson, PG; Zhao, YL; Hui, SW
      Absence of 60-Hz, 0.1-mT magnetic field-induced changes in oncogene transcription rates or levels in CEM-CM3 cells

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    58. JOHANSEN C; OLSEN JH
      MORTALITY FROM AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS, OTHER CHRONIC DISORDERS, AND ELECTRIC SHOCKS AMONG UTILITY WORKERS

      American journal of epidemiology
    59. JOHANSEN C; OLSEN JH
      RISK OF CANCER AMONG DANISH UTILITY WORKERS - A NATIONWIDE COHORT STUDY

      American journal of epidemiology
    60. RUZIC R; GOGALA N; JERMAN I
      SINUSOIDAL MAGNETIC-FIELDS - EFFECTS ON THE GROWTH AND ERGOSTEROL CONTENT IN MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI

      Electro- and magnetobiology
    61. MIYAKOSHI J; KITAGAWA K; TAKEBE H
      MUTATION-INDUCTION BY HIGH-DENSITY, 50-HZ MAGNETIC-FIELDS IN HUMAN MEWO CELLS EXPOSED IN THE DNA-SYNTHESIS PHASE

      International journal of radiation biology
    62. MANDEVILLE R; FRANCO E; SIDRACGHALI S; PARISNADON L; ROCHELEAU N; MERCIER G; DESY M; GABOURY L
      EVALUATION OF THE POTENTIAL CARCINOGENICITY OF 60 HZ LINEAR SINUSOIDAL CONTINUOUS-WAVE MAGNETIC-FIELDS IN FISCHER F344 RATS

      The FASEB journal
    63. ISHIDAJONES T; PHILLIPS JL
      S-35 SULFATE INCORPORATION INTO BOVINE ARTICULAR CHONDROCYTE EXPLANT CULTURES - AN ATTEMPT AT REPLICATION

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    64. HARRISON GH; BALCERKUBICZEK EK; SHI ZM; ZHANG YF; MCCREADY WA; DAVIS CC
      KINETICS OF GENE-EXPRESSION FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO 60 HZ, 2 MT MAGNETIC-FIELDS IN 3 HUMAN CELL-LINES

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    65. SCHIMMELPFENG J; DERTINGER H
      ACTION OF 50 HZ MAGNETIC-FIELDS ON CAMP CONTENT IN SV40-3T3 CELLS - DEPENDENCE ON FLUX-DENSITY AND EXTRACELLULAR CALCIUM

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    66. BINNINGER DM; UNGVICHIAN V
      EFFECTS OF 60 HZ AC MAGNETIC-FIELDS ON GENE-EXPRESSION FOLLOWING EXPOSURE OVER MULTIPLE CELL GENERATIONS USING SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    67. FARRELL JM; LITOVITZ TL; PENAFIEL M; MONTROSE CJ; DOINOV P; BARBER M; BROWN KM; LITOVITZ TA
      THE EFFECT OF PULSED AND SINUSOIDAL MAGNETIC-FIELDS ON THE MORPHOLOGYOF DEVELOPING CHICK-EMBRYOS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    68. BEECH JA
      BIOELECTRIC POTENTIAL GRADIENTS MAY INITIATE CELL CYCLING - ELF AND ZETA-POTENTIAL GRADIENTS MAY MIMIC THIS EFFECT

      Bioelectromagnetics
    69. ENGSTROM S
      WHAT IS THE TIME-SCALE OF MAGNETIC-FIELD INTERACTION IN BIOLOGICAL-SYSTEMS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    70. HUANG R; PENG L; HERTZ L
      EFFECTS OF A LOW-VOLTAGE STATIC ELECTRIC-FIELD ON ENERGY-METABOLISM IN ASTROCYTES

      Bioelectromagnetics
    71. MILES JCH; ALGAR RA
      MEASUREMENTS OF RADON DECAY PRODUCT CONCENTRATIONS UNDER POWER-LINES

      Radiation protection dosimetry
    72. VALBERG PA; KAVET R; RAFFERTY CN
      CAN LOW-LEVEL 50 60 HZ ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC-FIELDS CAUSE BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS/

      Radiation research
    73. WALTER RJ; SHTIL AA; RONINSON IB; HOLIAN O
      60-HZ ELECTRIC-FIELDS INHIBIT PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVITY AND MULTIDRUG-RESISTANCE GENE (MDR1) UP-REGULATION

      Radiation research
    74. SNIDER RM; SNIDER RJ
      ELF ECOLOGICAL MONITORING IN MICHIGAN .4. CHANGES IN EARTHWORM COMMUNITIES OF TEST AND CONTROL SITES FROM 1984 TO 1993

      Pedobiologia
    75. NAFZIGER J; DEVEVEY L; TRICOTTET V; GUILLOSSON JJ; AVERLANT G; AROCK M
      INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTS OF 50 HZ MAGNETIC-FIELDS OF PURIFIED HUMAN HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS

      Life sciences
    76. KLUG S; HETSCHER M; GILES S; KOHLSMANN S; KRAMER K
      THE LACK OF EFFECTS OF NONTHERMAL RF ELECTROMAGNETIC-FIELDS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF RAT EMBRYOS GROWN IN CULTURE

      Life sciences
    77. REIPERT BM; ALLAN D; REIPERT S; DEXTER TM
      APOPTOSIS IN HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITOR CELLS EXPOSED TO EXTREMELY-LOW-FREQUENCY MAGNETIC-FIELDS

      Life sciences
    78. YONEMORI K; MATSUNAGA S; ISHIDOU Y; MAEDA S; YOSHIDA H
      EARLY EFFECTS OF ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION ON OSTEOGENESIS

      Bone
    79. SMITH O
      CELLS, STRESS AND EMFS

      Nature medicine
    80. NIKOLSKAYA K; SHTEMLER V; YESCHENKO O; SAVONENKO A; OSIPOV A; NICKOLSKY S
      THE SENSITIVITY OF COGNITIVE-PROCESSES TO THE INHOMOGENEITY OF NATURAL MAGNETIC-FIELDS

      Electro- and magnetobiology
    81. COGHILL RW; STEWARD J; PHILIPS A
      EXTRA LOW-FREQUENCY ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC-FIELDS IN THE BEDPLACE OF CHILDREN DIAGNOSED WITH LEUKEMIA - A CASE-CONTROL STUDY

      European journal of cancer prevention
    82. CRIDLAND NA; CRAGG TA; HAYLOCK RGE; SAUNDERS RD
      EFFECTS OF 50 HZ MAGNETIC-FIELD EXPOSURE ON THE RATE OF DNA-SYNTHESISBY NORMAL HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

      International journal of radiation biology
    83. GOLDBERG RB
      LITERATURE RESOURCES FOR UNDERSTANDING BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF EM FIELDS

      IEEE engineering in medicine and biology magazine
    84. MIYAKOSHI J; OHTSU S; SHIBATA T; TAKEBE H
      EXPOSURE TO MAGNETIC-FIELD (5 MT AT 60 HZ) DOES NOT AFFECT CELL-GROWTH AND C-MYC GENE-EXPRESSION

      Journal of radiation research
    85. WEST RW; HINSON WG; SWICORD ML
      ANCHORAGE-INDEPENDENT GROWTH WITH JB6 CELLS EXPOSED TO 60 HZ MAGNETIC-FIELDS AT SEVERAL FLUX DENSITIES

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    86. HOLIAN O; ASTUMIAN RD; LEE RC; REYES HM; ATTAR BM; WALTER RJ
      PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVITY IS ALTERED IN HL60 CELLS EXPOSED TO 60 HZ AC ELECTRIC-FIELDS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    87. VEICSTEINAS A; BELLERI M; CINQUETTI A; PAROLINI S; BARBATO G; TOSATTI MPM
      DEVELOPMENT OF CHICKEN EMBRYOS EXPOSED TO AN INTERMITTENT HORIZONTAL SINUSOIDAL 50 HZ MAGNETIC-FIELD

      Bioelectromagnetics
    88. BARBIER E; DUFY B; VEYRET B
      STIMULATION OF CA2-CELLS UNDER EXPOSURE TO A 50 HZ MAGNETIC-FIELD( INFLUX IN RAT PITUITARY)

      Bioelectromagnetics
    89. HIRAKAWA E; OHMORI M; WINTERS WD
      ENVIRONMENTAL MAGNETIC-FIELDS CHANGE COMPLEMENTARY-DNA SYNTHESIS IN CELL-FREE SYSTEMS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    90. BALCERKUBICZEK EK; ZHANG XF; HARRISON GH; MCCREADY WA; SHI ZM; HAN LH; ABRAHAM JM; AMPEY LL; MELTZER SJ; JACOBS MC; DAVIS CC
      RODENT CELL-TRANSFORMATION AND IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENE-EXPRESSION FOLLOWING 60-HZ MAGNETIC-FIELD EXPOSURE

      Environmental health perspectives
    91. SURI A; DEBOER J; KUSSER W; GLICKMAN BW
      A 3 MILLITESLA 60 HZ MAGNETIC-FIELD IS NEITHER MUTAGENIC NOR COMUTAGENIC IN THE PRESENCE OF MENADIONE AND MNU IN A TRANSGENIC RAT-CELL LINE

      Mutation research
    92. MARINO AA
      DIFFERENT OUTCOMES IN BIOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS INVOLVING WEAK EMFS - ISCHAOS A POSSIBLE EXPLANATION

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    93. LIN H; GOODMAN R
      ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC NOISE BLOCKS THE 60-HZ MAGNETIC-FIELD ENHANCEMENT OF STEADY-STATE C-MYC TRANSCRIPT LEVELS IN HUMAN LEUKEMIA-CELLS

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    94. SANTINI MT; CAMETTI C; PARADISI S; STRAFACE E; DONELLI G; INDOVINA PL; MALORNI W
      A 50-HZ SINUSOIDAL MAGNETIC-FIELD INDUCES CHANGES IN THE MEMBRANE ELECTRICAL-PROPERTIES OF K562 LEUKEMIC-CELLS

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    95. NAIR I; ZHANG J
      DISTINGUISHABILITY OF THE VIDEO DISPLAY TERMINAL (VDT) AS A SOURCE OFMAGNETIC-FIELD EXPOSURE

      American journal of industrial medicine
    96. DESJOBERT H; HILLION J; ADOLPHE M; AVERLANT G; NAFZIGER J
      EFFECTS OF 50 HZ MAGNETIC-FIELDS ON C-MYC TRANSCRIPT LEVELS IN NONSYNCHRONIZED AND SYNCHRONIZED HUMAN-CELLS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    97. LEVIN M; ERNST SG
      APPLIED AC AND DC MAGNETIC-FIELDS CAUSE ALTERATIONS IN THE MITOTIC-CYCLE OF EARLY SEA-URCHIN EMBRYOS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    98. EICHWALD C; KAISER F
      MODEL FOR EXTERNAL INFLUENCES ON CELLULAR SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS INCLUDING CYTOSOLIC CALCIUM OSCILLATIONS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    99. CHIANG H; WU RY; SHAO BJ; FU YD; YAO GD; LU DJ
      PULSED MAGNETIC-FIELD FROM VIDEO DISPLAY TERMINALS ENHANCES TERATOGENIC EFFECTS OF CYTOSINE-ARABINOSIDE IN MICE

      Bioelectromagnetics
    100. JACOBSON JI; YAMANASHI WS
      AN INITIAL PHYSICAL-MECHANISM IN THE TREATMENT OF NEUROLOGIC DISORDERS WITH EXTERNALLY APPLIED PICO TESLA MAGNETIC-FIELDS

      Neurological research


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