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TitleBiological Effects and Dosimetry of Static and ELF Electromagnetic Fields [electronic resource] / edited by M. Grandolfo, S. M. Michaelson, A. Rindi
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1985
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-2099-9
Descript XII, 697 p. online resource

CONTENT

Historical Development of the Study of the Effects of ELF Fields -- Criteria for Electric, Magnetic or Electromagnetic Field Bioeffects Investigations -- Physical Description of Exposure to Static and ELF Electromagnetic Fields -- Natural and Man-Made Environmental Exposures to Static and ELF Electromagnetic Fields -- Mechanisms for Biological Effects of Magnetic Fields -- Biological Effects of Stationary Magnetic Fields -- Effects of DC Magnetic Fields on Behaviour -- Preliminary Observations: the Effects of a Static Magnetic Field on Chick Embryo Growth -- Dosimetry for Extremely Low-Frequency Electric Fields -- Mathematical Models of Bodies Exposed to ELF Fields and Scaling Criteria -- Dosimetric Probes and Concept of Dose for Power Frequency Electric Field Exposures -- Instrumentation for Measurement of Power Frequency Electromagnetic Fields -- Dipole Antenna for ELF EMF Measurements -- Biophysical Principles of the Interaction of ELF Fields with Living Matter: I. Properties and Mechanisms -- Biophysical Principles of the Interaction of ELF- Fields with Living Matter: II. Coupling Considerations and Forces -- Interaction of ELF Electromagnetic Fields with Cell Membrane Receptors -- Interactions of ELF-Fields with Excitable Tissues -- Synchronization of Neural Firing Patterns by Relatively Weak ELF Fields -- Effect of Low Frequency Pulsing Electromagnetic Fields on the Response of Human Normal and Leukemic Lymphocytes to Lectins -- Effects Induced โ{128}{156}in vitroโ{128}{157} by Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields (E.L.F.) on Blastogenesis of Human Lymphocytes and on Thromboxane B-2-Release by Ionophore-Stimulated Neutrophils -- Experimental Evidence of Superconducting Properties in Human Ceruloplasmin -- Biological Effects of Electric Fields: an Overview -- The Effect of High Intensity (50โ{128}{147}60 Hz) Electric Fields on Animals -- Physiological Studies of Monkeys in Electric and Magnetic Fields at ELF Frequencies -- Behavioral Studies of Monkeys in Electric and Magnetic Fields at ELF Frequencies -- Effect of ELF Fields on Bone Growth and Fracture Repair -- The Electromagnetic Environment and the Circadian Rhythms of Human Subjects -- Hematological and Biochemical Effects of ELF Fields in Man - Laboratory Experiments -- Medical Control of Employees in the Electrical Industry Exposed to Low Frequency Electric Fields -- An Epidemiological Investigation of HV Substation Workers: Study Design and Preliminary Results -- Epidemiologic Studies of Persons Exposed to Power Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields: A Critical Analysis -- Epidemiological Studies on Effects of Exposure to ELF Electromagnetic Fields -- Some Thoughts on the Socio-Political Aspects of Radiation Protection -- Some Considerations About โ{128}{156}Philiaโ{128}{157} and โ{128}{156}Phobiaโ{128}{157} in Radioprotection -- Health Risk Assessment of Static and ELF Electric and Magnetic Fields -- Standards on Static and ELF Electric and Magnetic Fields and Their Scientific Basis -- Participants


Physics Biophysics Biological physics Physics Biophysics and Biological Physics



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