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Bioelectrochemical and electromagnetic methods are widely known to modify or even inhibit biochemical processes. In this respect apoptosis induction and necrosis of cancer cells (e.g. K-562, U-973 or HL-60) are of considerable interest as an adjuvant therapy. The synergistic combination with...
The public health situation in Sweden has become drastically worse since the Autumn of 1997. A massive roll-out of GSM main transmitter towers and roof-mounted transmitters that became allowed after mid-1997 led to a booming sale of GSM handsets all over Sweden. The authorities in Sweden have...
This paper presents the results of a preliminary study on the effects of sinusoidal magnetic fields on the growth and degradation potential of Flavobacterium species in paper mill effluents. The paper presents a brief account of the experimental set-up, protocol and the essential parameters...
Double distilled water samples were exposed for 48 hr. to 50 Hz-powerline electromagnetic field (EMF) strength of 51.2 μT (36.2 RMS). This EMF exposed water was made available to experimental adult Charles-Foster male rats for drinking ad libitum for 30 days. On the 31st day the rats were...
This study investigated the effects of cell phone exposure on the fatty acid composition in phospholipids, malondialdehyde concentration, p53 immune reactivity and histological structure of the rat brain. Sixteen Sprague-Dawley rats were divided into two groups of eight, sham and experimental...
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