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Mag-03: Medical - EMF exposure risks

Mag-03: Medical: EMF exposure risks

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Carrubba, S., Frilot, II C., Chesson Jr, A. L., Marino, A. A., 2010, Numerical analysis of recurrence plots to detect effect of environmental-strength magnetic fields on human brain electrical activity. Medical Engineering & Physics: Vol. 32 (8): 898-907
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De Carlo, F., Ledda, M., Pozzi, D., Pierimarchi, P., Zonfrillo, M., Giuliani, L., D'Emilia, E., Foletti, A., Scorretti, R., Grimaldi, S., Lisi, A., 2012, Nonionizing Radiation as a Noninvasive Strategy in Regenerative Medicine: The Effect of Ca2+-ICR on Mouse Skeletal Muscle Cell Growth and Differentiation Tissue Engineering Part A.  
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Fesenko, E.E., Mezhevikina, L. M., Osipenko, M. A., Gordon, R. Y., Khutzian, S.S., 2010, Effect of the “zero” Magnetic Field on Early Embryogenesis in Mice. Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine: Vol. 29 (No. 1–2): 1-8
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Legros, A. G., Corbacio, M., Beuter, A., Modolo, J., Goulet, D., Prato, F. S., Thomas, A. W., 2011 Neurophysiological and behavioral effects of a 60 Hz, 1,800 μT magnetic field in humans. European Journal of Applied Physiology: Volume 112 (No.5): 1751-1762
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Marino, A. A., Carrubba, S., Frilot, II C., Chesson Jr, A. L., Gonzalez-Toledo, E., 2010, Simulated MR magnetic field induces steady‐state changes in brain dynamics: Implications for interpretation of functional MR studies. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine: Vol.64 (2): 349-357
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McCarty, D, E., Carrubba, S., Chesson Jr, A. L., Frilot, II C., Gonzalez-Toledo, E., Marino, A. A., 2011, Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity: Evidence for a Novel Neurological Syndrome. International Journal of Neuroscience: Vol. 121 (No.12):670-676
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McNamee, D.A., Corbacio, M., Weller, J.K., Brown, S., Prato, F. S., Thomas, A. W., Legros, A. G., 2010, The cardiovascular response to an acute 1800μT, 60Hz magnetic field exposure in humans. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health: Vol. 83 (No. 4):441-454
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McNamee, D.A., Corbacio, M., Weller, J.K., Brown, S., Stodilka, R. Z., Prato, F. S., Bureau, Y., Thomas, A. W., Legros, A. G., 2011, The response of the human circulatory system to an acute 200μT, 60Hz magnetic field exposure. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health: Vol. 84 (No. 3): 267-277
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Prato, F. S., Desjardins-Holmes, D., Keenliside, L.D., DeMoor, J. M., Robertson, J. A., Stodilka, R. Z., Thomas, A. W., 2011, The detection threshold for extremely low frequency magnetic fields may be below 1000 nT-Hz in mice. Bioelectromagnetics: Vol. 32 (7): 561–569
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Prato, F. S., Desjardins-Holmes, D., Keenliside, L.D., McKay, J. C , Robertson, J. A., Thomas, A. W., 2009, Light alters nociceptive effects of magnetic field shielding in mice: intensity and wavelength considerations. Journal of the Royal Society: Vol. 6 (No. 30): 17-28
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Ravera, S., Bianco, B., Cugnoli, C., Panfoli, I., Calzia D., Morelli, A., Pepe, I. M., 2009, Sinusoidal ELF magnetic fields affect acetylcholinesterase activity in cerebellum synaptosomal membranes. Bioelectromagnetics: Vol.31 (4):270-276
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