The sera of a 34 year old woman and a 40 year old man, both non smoker and healthy, were used. Additionally, the oxidantsiron (II)-chloride (FeCl2) and H2O2 were applied in three different concentrations (1 µM, 5 µM, 10 µM).
Sharifian A et al.
Effect of extremely low frequency magnetic field on antioxidant activity in plasma and red blood cells in spot welders.
Koh EK et al.
A 60-Hz sinusoidal magnetic field induces apoptosis of prostate cancer cells through reactive oxygen species.
Falone S et al.
Fifty hertz extremely low-frequency electromagnetic field causes changes in redox and differentiative status in neuroblastoma cells.
Seyhan N et al.
In vivo effects of ELF MFs on collagen synthesis, free radical processes, natural antioxidant system, respiratory burst system, immune system activities, and electrolytes in the skin, plasma, spleen, lung, kidney, and brain tissues.
Frahm J et al.
Alteration in cellular functions in mouse macrophages after exposure to 50 Hz magnetic fields.
Regoli F et al.
Pro-oxidant effects of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields in the land snail Helix aspersa.
Wolf FI et al.
50-Hz extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields enhance cell proliferation and DNA damage: possible involvement of a redox mechanism.
Zmyslony M et al.
The effect of weak 50 Hz magnetic fields on the number of free oxygen radicals in rat lymphocytes in vitro.
Rollwitz J et al.
Fifty-hertz magnetic fields induce free radical formation in mouse bone marrow-derived promonocytes and macrophages.
Lupke M et al.
Cell activating capacity of 50 Hz magnetic fields to release reactive oxygen intermediates in human umbilical cord blood-derived monocytes and in Mono Mac 6 cells.
Simko M et al.
Stimulation of phagocytosis and free radical production in murine macrophages by 50 Hz electromagnetic fields.
Scaiano JC et al.
Influence of combined AC-DC magnetic fields on free radicals in organized and biological systems. Development of a model and application of the radical pair mechanism to radicals in micelles.