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Mag-03: Medical - Treatments of cancers/Alzheimer's

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Bobkova, N. V., Novikov, V. V., Medvinskaya, N. I., Aleksandrova, I. Y., Fesenko, E. E., 2009 The Weak Combined Magnetic Fields Reduce the Brain β-Amyloid in an Animal Model of Sporadic Alzheimer's Disease
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Bobkova, N. V., Novikov, V. V., Medvinskaya, N. I., Aleksandrova, I. Y., Nesterova, I. V., Fesenko, E. E., 2010, The weak combined magnetic fields induce the reduction of brain amyloid-β level in two animal models of Alzheimer’s disease. European Journal of Oncology: Vol. 5: 235-246
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Novikov, G. V., Novikov, V. V., Fesenko, E. E., 2009,  Effect of weak combined static and low-frequency alternating magnetic fields on the Ehrlich ascites carcinoma in mice. Biophysics: Vol. 54 (No. 6): 741-749
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Novikov, V. V., Novikov, G. V., Fesenko, E. E., 2009, Effect of weak combined static and extremely low‐frequency alternating magnetic fields on tumor growth in mice inoculated with the Ehrlich ascites carcinoma, Bioelectromagnetics: Vol. 30 (5): 343-351
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Tatarov, I., Panda, A., Petkov, D., Kolappaswamy, K., Thompson, K., Kavirayani, A., Lipsky, M., Elson, E., Davis, C., Martin, S., DeTolla, L., 2011, Effect of Magnetic Fields on Tumor Growth and Viability. Comparative Medicine: Vol.61 (No. 4): 339-345
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