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As part of an ongoing investigation of physiologic effects of high-voltage power frequency electric fields, femora from 55 adult rats which had been conceived, born, and raised in an 80 kV/m, 60 Hz unperturbed field were excised and studied. Specimens from 49 sham-exposed animals were also...
A silver anode, but not a cathode, is bactericidal at microampere current levels because of the electrochemical reactions occurring at the metal electrode surface. This has been clinically useful as a local anti-infective agent even though the mechanism of action on the bacterial cell has not...
The electrical properties of wounded plant tissue are observed to change during the course of healing. Such changes could serve as an objective measure of the progress of repair. Time domain dielectric spectroscopy is used to rapidly measure these properties. Under microprocessor control a...
Exposure to low intensity microwave energy has been found to alter the behavior of test animals. Frey and Spector hypothesized that the dopamine systems of the brain may be involved in the mediation of these and other effects of the energy. The dopamine system has been implicated in the...
Public-health considerations require that all practical steps be taken to minimize the environmental electric and magnetic fields of high-voltage power lines. These fields are influenced not only by the line's operating voltage, but also by various design features including line configuration,...
The research conducted during the past decade on the interaction of microwaves with the blood-brain barrier (BBB) is reviewed. The structure and function of the BBB is briefly described, the major results of experimental studies are summarized, and directions for future research are suggested.
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