Effect of 50 Hz magnetic field exposure on neuroblastoma morphology.
Published in: Int J Integr Biol 2007; 1 (1): 12-17
Aim of study (acc. to author)
cells were placed in 5 ml Corning flasks in the exposure area
solenoid consisting of a 2 cm thick, 20 cm high asbestos cylinder with a diameter of 20 cm and 1200 turns of 2 mm diameter copper wire wound in three layers in continuous forward-backward fashion; solenoid placed inside a cell incubator, the centre of which was ventilated by a fan to guarantee a constant temperature; magnetic field homogenuos within 5% in the 11 cm x 17 cm exposure area along the solenoid's axis
sham exposure was conducted.
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Effect of extremely low frequency (ELF) magnetic field exposure on morphological and biophysical properties of human lymphoid cell line (Raji).
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Practical induction heating coil designs for clinical hyperthermia with ferromagnetic implants
Time of investigation:
Main outcome of study (acc. to author)
Study funded by
Istituto Superiore per la Prevenzione e la Sicurezza del Lavoro (ISPESL; National Institute for Occupational Safety and Prevention), Italy
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