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Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine

by Bersani, Ferdinando A

  • ISBN: 9780306460418
  • ISBN10: 0306460416

Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine

by Bersani, Ferdinando A

  • List Price: $379.00
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
  • Publish date: 08/01/1999
  • ISBN: 9780306460418
  • ISBN10: 0306460416
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Description: Bioelectromagnetism in the History of Bologna.- Epidemiological Studies on Health Effects of Electromagnetic Fields.- Biophysical Chemistry of Signal Transduction.- Mechanisms of Biological Interaction with Electric and Magnetic Fields.- Effects of Extremely Low Frequency EMF on Signal Transduction Pathways in Vitro.- Biomedical Applications of Short, Intense Electric Pulses.- Health Aspects of Mobile Communication: Risks to the Central Nervous System.- The Future Technology of Mobile Telephone Systems and Other Wireless Services.- Policy and Electromagnetic Fields.- Horizons in Science: Physical Regulation of Living Matter as an Emergent Concept in Health and Disease.- Melatonin, Breast Cancer, and Magnetic Fields: Replication Studies.- Magnetic Fields and Breast Cancer: Experimental in Vivo Studies on the Melatonin Hypothesis.- 50-Hz Magnetic Field Exposure and Melatonin in the Rat.- EMF Standards for Occupational and Environmental Exposure in Eastern European Countries: Present Status and Trends for International Harmonization.- The European Pre-Standard ENV 50166 Human Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields in Context.- Limits for Electric and Magnetic Fields: Grounds and Developments at the European Community Level.- NATO Activities as an Aid toward International Harmonization of EMF Standards.- Regulations and Recommendations in Sweden.- Role of Electrochemistry in Molecular Electronics and Biocomputing.- Electric Control of Molecular Dipoles: A Paradigm for Information Processing.- Magnetic Fields and Spatial Learning in Mice.- Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Fields and Spatial Learning and Memory Functions.- In Vitro Laboratory Experiments Related to Cellular Telephone Communication.- In Vivo Laboratory Experiments Related to Cellular Telephone Communication.- Effects of 1.6 GHz Microwaves (Continuous and Pulsed Waves) on c-Fos, Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor, and NSCL-1 Gene Expression in the Mouse Brain.- Epidemiologic Studies Related to Cellular Telephone Communication.- Cartilage Differentiation and Bone Healing.- Electrical Stimulation of Tibial Osteotomies: A Double Blind Study.- EMF Stimulates Cartilage Differentiation in Endochondral Ossification Coincident with an Increase in TGF Expression.- Comparison of lontophoresis and Electroporation: Mechanisms and Tolerance.- Recent Advances in Skin Electroporation: Mechanism and Efficacy.- Injury Associated with High Voltage Pulsing for Transdermal Drug Delivery.- Exposure to Weak Oscillating Magnetic Fields Modify Spontaneous and Evoked Brain Electrical Activities in Humans.- Effect of Prolonged Exposure to 50 Hz Electromagnetic Fields on Neurotransmitters and Receptors in Rat Brain.- Biological Effects of Microwave Radiation.- Computer Modeling for Cellular Phones Dosimetry.- Changes in Gene Expression following EMF Exposure.- The Mechanism of Magnetic Field Stimulation of the Stress Response is Similar to Other Environmental Stresses.- Use of Non-Mammalian Model Systems to Investigate Mechanism Mediating Biological Interactions with Power Frequency Electromagnetic Fields.- Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields and Cell Proliferation.- Immunological Effects of ELF Electric and Magnetic Fields: An Overview.- Thymus as a Possible Target of 50 Hz Electric and Magnetic Fields.- Lymphocytes: ASensor for Genotoxic Effects of ELF Electric and Magnetic Fields.- Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Field Exposure of Mitogen Stimulated Human T-Lymphocytes.- Effects and Mechanisms of Intense DC Magnetic Fields on Biological, Physical and Chemical Processes.- Magnetic Orientation of Fibrin and Other Biopolymers.- Bacterial Growth under Strong Magnetic Field.- Nonlinear Dynamics.- Resonances and Magnetic Field Detection in Biological Systems.- Correlation of Thermal Electrical Noise in Ion Channel Arrays.- Biological Electron Transfer: A Possible Framework for Some of the Biological Effects of ELF Magnetic Fields'.- Mechanical Properties of Lipid Bilayers and Protein-Lipid Interactions.- Mechanoelectrical and Electromechanical Energy Transduction Mechanisms.- Shapes of Vesicles and Cells under Forces Exerted on the Enclosing Membrane.- Mechanism of Neuronal Shape Transformation and Its Electrical Consequences.- The Bacterial Flagellar Motor: A Brief Review of Models and a New Electrostatic Model.- Molecular Transport across Stratum Corneum due to Electric Pulses: Behavior of Localized Transport Regions (LTRS).- Passive Electrical Properties of Human Stratum Corneum during Application of Electric Fields.- Cell Electromanipulation Procedures Change the pH of a Solution.- Weak ELF Electric Field Effects on Ca2+ Dependent Regulatory Enzymes in the Respiratory Pathway; a Mechanism of Interaction between ELF EM Fields and Organic Systems'.- Effects of 14 Tesla Magnetic Field on Hydration and Structure of Water Molecules.- Bioluminescence of the Firefly Luciola Cruciata under Strong DC Magnetic Fields.- Magnetic Field Environment in ULF Range (0-5 Hz) in Urban Areas: Man-Made and Natural Fields in St. Petersburg (Russia).- Effects of External Magnetic (50 Hz) Fields on Visual Display Units.- Comparison of FD-TD and Experimentally Determined Local SAR Values in a Rhesus Monkey Model.- 3-Dimensional Models for EMF Dosimetry.- Numerical Approaches for Microwave Bioelectromagnetic Applications.- Experimental Calibration Procedure at 1.8 GHz of Electric Field Probes in a Slotted Waveguide.- Whole-Body SAR in a Full-Size Human Model at 28.9 kHz.- RF-Induced Ankle Heating in a Rhesus Monkey at 100 MHz.- Magnetic Field Dosimetry - Biophysical and Clinical Aspects.- Evaluation of Induced Currents in Human Models by Power Frequency Electromagnetic Fields Using a BEM Technique.- Altered Cumulative Calcium Influx for Biological Cells: An Illustration of the Theory of Signal Averaging by Rectification of Weak Extremely Low Frequency Electric Fields.- Exposure Parameters during Studies with ELF Magnetic and Electric Fields.- Background ELF Magnetic Fields in a Great Urban Area.- Measurement of Exposure to Magnetic Fields from Electrical Appliances.- Evaluation of the Magnetic Fields Generated by Underground Cable and Overhead Power Transmission Lines Using Calculation Models.- Assessment of Magnetic Induction Levels near Middle and Low Voltage Distribution Transformers.- Investigation of the Exposure Situation and the Immune Response of High Frequency Exposed Workers in Austria.- Long-Term Measurements of Magnetic Fields in Exposure Assessment.- Exposure Levels to Electromagnetic Fields in Normal Operative Situations.- Combination of the Effects Function Approach and Decision Analysis in Evaluating Power Frequency Field Policy Options.- Measurements of Personal Exposure to MF in Korean Population.- Low Frequency Dependent Magnetic Field Effects in Biological Systems and the Radical Pair Mechanism.- Alterations of Electron Transfer and Energy Conservation in Mitochondrial Complex I (NADH-Coenzyme Q Oxido- Reductase) in Aging.- Combined Action of Temperature and Millimeter Waves on Luminescence Characteristics of Thylakoid Membrane.- The State of the Science for the Langevin-Lorentz Model.- Validation of the Quantum Z-S Model by means of the Interaction between MW Fields and Zn-Protoporphyrin System.- Solvent-Hemoglobin Binding Site Interaction under Microwave Electromagnetic Exposure: A Molecular Dynamic Study.- A Direct Comparison between Experimental and Theoretical Results of Ligand-site Binding in Heme Groups Exposed to Microwave Fields.- EMF Signals and Ion/Ligand Binding Kinetics: Prediction of Bioeffective Waveform Parameters.- A Larmor Precession/Dynamical System Model Allows? T-Range Magnetic Field Effects on Ion Binding in the Presence of Thermal Noise.- Experimental and Theoretical Evaluation of the Interaction of Biogenic Magnetite with Magnetic Fields.- The Sensitivity of Cells and Tissues to Exogenous Fields:Dependence upon Target System Initial State.- Neuronal Cells under Electromagnetic Exposure: A Link between Microscopic and Macroscopic Modelling.- Influence of Mobile Telecommunication Fields on Ligand Binding to Hydrophobic Metallo-Proteins.- A Formula for Frequency and Amplitude Windows of Some ELF and Null MF Bioeffects Follows from the Schroedinger Equation.- Biophysical Constraints on the Biological Effects of Radio-Frequency and Microwave Radiation.- Cell Membrane Pore Creation via Magnetic Particles: Biomagnetic Stimulation and Transient Magnetic Fields.- Theoretical Issues in Understanding Local Transport Regions in Electroporated Stratum Corneum.- A Theoretical Model for Cell Electroporation: Quantitative Description of Electrical Behavior.- Modeling of the Processes of Pore Creation and Disappearance in a Cell under the Influence of Strong Electric Field as Random One-Step Processes.- Interface Convection in Water as a Primary Mechanism of Extra High Frequency Irradiation Effects.- Changes of Intercellular Communication Induced by Alternating Electric Fields Correlate with Changes of cAMP.- Uncharacterized Physical Parameters Can Contribute More Than Magnetic Field Exposure to ODC Activity in Vitro.- Responses of Human MG-63 Osteosarcoma Cell Line and Human Osteoblast-like Cells to Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields.- Effects of ELF Magnetic Fields on Collagen Synthesis in Osteoblasts.- Experimental Factors Affecting Dielectric Spectroscopy Measurements on Cell Suspensions of Chinese Hamster Fibroblasts.- Differential Inhibition of Tamoxifen''s Oncostatic Functions in a Human Breast Cancer Cell Line by a 12mGauss (1.2T) Magnetic Field.- A 12 mGauss (1.2?T) Magnetic Field Inhibits Tamoxifen''s Oncostatic Action in a Second Human Breast Cancer Cell Line: T47D.- Magnetic Fields Reduce the Growth Inhibitory Effects of Tamoxifen in a Human Brain Tumor Cell Line.- Effects of Ultrawide Band Microwave Pulses on Rat Hearts in Vitro.- Effects of Weak ELF on E. coli Cells and Human Lymphocytes: Role of Genetic, Physiological, and Physical Parameters.- Electromagnetic Field
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