By Frank S. Barnes, Ben Greenebaum
organic and scientific facets of Electromagnetic Fields examines power health and wellbeing risks, publicity criteria, and scientific functions of electromagnetic (EM) fields.
The moment quantity within the bestselling and newly revised instruction manual of organic results of Electromagnetic Fields, 3rd variation , this e-book attracts from the newest reports at the results of publicity to electrical and magnetic fields. as well as broad stories of physiological results, the e-book comprises now separate experiences of behavioral and cognitive responses to numerous exposures. The booklet additionally describes an method of surroundings criteria for publicity limits and explores the various worthy makes use of of EM fields in clinical purposes, either diagnostics and in remedy.
Biological and scientific facets of Electromagnetic Fields presents a realistic review of the experiments and techniques used to monitor ELF and RF fields and the potential helpful and dangerous implications of those observations.
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In biological processes not only chemical ionization and solvation of ionic compounds, but also all kinds of chemical reaction take place. One of the central questions in the study of biological effects of E and H fields is therefore not only whether they can cause or influence ionization, but also whether they can affect—speed up, slow down, or modify—any naturally occurring biologically important chemical reaction. 4 typical energies for various types of chemical bonds are listed. For comparison the thermal energy per elementary particle at 310 K is also shown.
The only changes were found in PHA-activated cells treated by the pulsed wave. Positive effects of exposure were obtained in another group of studies where a 2–150 mT SMF exposure of macrophages and ConA-stimulated lymphocytes from the C57BL/6 mice cultured ex vivo led to increased intracellular Ca2þ levels . This was accompanied by a decrease in phagocytic uptake of fluorescent latex microspheres by macrophages. 7 mT generated by an NMR apparatus . The authors monitored movements of Ca2þ, cell proliferation, and the production of cytokines following 1 h exposure in cells treated by the EMF fields alone or cells additionally activated by 5 mg/ml of PHA immediately before the exposure.
Biological and Medical Aspects of Electromagnetic Fields (Handbook of Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields, 3Ed) by Frank S. Barnes, Ben Greenebaum