The internet information platform EMF-Portal of the RWTH Aachen University summarizes systematically scientific research data on the effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF). Interested citizens, decision makers and opinion leaders, such as doctors, lawyers and politicians, can find all the information in both English and German. The EMF-Portal consists of various modules (including a literature database, a glossary and a database of field sources), which are related and linked to each other. The core of the EMF-Portal is an extensive literature database with an inventory of 20,323 publications and 4,167 summaries of individual scientific studies on the effects of electromagnetic fields. In systematic searches, new articles are researched and added to this collection daily.
The EMF-Portal is a project of the femu working group of the Institute and Out-patient Clinic of Occupational Medicine of the University Hospital RWTH Aachen.
27.11.14: Distinct Epidermal Keratinocytes Respond to Extremely Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields Differently.
Huang CY et al. (2014), PLoS One 9 (11): e113424-1 - e113424-7
26.11.14: Effects of third generation mobile phone-emitted electromagnetic radiation on oxidative stress parameters in eye tissue and blood of rats.
Demirel S et al. (2012), Cutan Ocul Toxicol 31 (2): 89 - 94
21.11.14: Extremely Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields Induce Developmental Toxicity and Apoptosis in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Embryos.
Liu X et al. (2014), Biol Trace Elem Res: in press
28.11.14 The population-based occupational and environmental health prospective cohort study (AMIGO) in the Netherlands.
Slottje P et al. (2014), BMJ Open 4 (11): e005858
Tomitsch J et al. (2014), Bioelectromagnetics: in press
26.11.14 Impact of Inhomogeneous Static Magnetic Field (31.7-232.0 mT) Exposure on Human Neuroblastoma SH-SY5Y Cells during Cisplatin Administration.
Vergallo C et al. (2014), PLoS One 9 (11): e113530-1 - e113530-19