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Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, edited by Ferdinando Bersani, (electronic resource)

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Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine
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Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine
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edited by Ferdinando Bersani
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Proceedings of the Second World Congress held in Bologna, Italy, June 8 - 13, 1997
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Summary
In the last few decades the research on bioelectromagnetics has expanded worldwide. About one thousand researchers are now working in the field in a variety of institutions throughout the world, including medical, biological, engineering, and technical laboratories and protection agencies. After many years of research, a clear picture is now emerging: Initially the research was mainly interested in the therapeutic applications of ELF electric and magnetic fields, and the RF range was mainly taken into consideration with respect to thermal effects only. Then, tne growing body of biological effects of ELF fields on cells and biological tissues (particularly for the repair processes in bone) have drawn the attention of researchers to non-thermal effects, ranging from static fields to microwaves. A specific field of interest that has been the object of a large debate in the last twenty years has been the potential health risk associated with electric power production and distribution and, more recently, with domestic and industrial appliances. In the last few years, the explosion of the market for cellularphones has highlighted the issue of possible health dangers related to their use and to the widespread presence of base stations. The first World Congress on Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, was held in Orlando, Florida, in 1992, and collected the widest amount of contributi9ns from almost all the major researchers involved in the field
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  • 571.4719
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Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, edited by Ferdinando Bersani, (electronic resource)
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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 TGFß 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 (1.2μT) 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 W
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1st ed. 1999.
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1 online resource (960 p.)
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9781461548676
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Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, edited by Ferdinando Bersani, (electronic resource)
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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 TGFß 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 (1.2μT) 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 W
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unknown
Edition
1st ed. 1999.
Extent
1 online resource (960 p.)
Form of item
online
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9781461548676
Media category
computer
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c
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10.1007/978-1-4615-4867-6
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