homogeneous field: variation less than 5 %; 75 cm long copper tube with a diameter of 30 cm, closed on either end with a copper plate; a bifiliar wire wrapped around the tube for heating; on top of this a second layer of wiring was wound and connected to a signal generator
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No effect of extremely low-frequency magnetic field observed on cell growth or initial response of cell proliferation in human cancer cell lines.
Ishido M et al.
Magnetic fields (MF) of 50 Hz at 1.2 microT as well as 100 microT cause uncoupling of inhibitory pathways of adenylyl cyclase mediated by melatonin 1a receptor in MF-sensitive MCF-7 cells.
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Cell viability and growth in a battery of human breast cancer cell lines exposed to 60 Hz magnetic fields.
Anderson LE et al.
Effects of 50- or 60-Hertz, 100 µT magnetic field exposure in the DMBA mammary cancer model in Sprague-Dawley rats: possible explanations for different results from two laboratories.
Thun-Battersby S et al.
Exposure of Sprague-Dawley rats to a 50-Hertz, 100-microTesla magnetic field for 27 weeks facilitates mammary tumorigenesis in the 7,12-dimethylbenz[a]-anthracene model of breast cancer.