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DETAILS * Calcium signalling in human neutrophil cell lines is not affected by low-frequency electromagnetic fields. med./biol.
Golbach LA, Philippi JG, Cuppen JJ, Savelkoul HF, Verburg-van Kemenade BM (2015), Bioelectromagnetics 36 (6): 430 - 443
Aim: The adverse effects of exposure of human neutrophil granulocyte-like cells to a 50 Hz magnetic field or to a combination of several extremely low frequency and intermediate frequency fields on calcium signal pathways should be investigated.
Endpoints: cell function (calcium signal pathways in human acute myeloid leukaemia cell lines)
System: intact cell/cell culture (in vitro): HL-60 and PLB-985 cells (human acute myeloid leukaemia cell lines)
Exposure: 50 Hz - 2.6 kHz, magnetic field, low frequency field, intermediate frequency, 50/60 Hz, co-exposure

* Effects of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields on intracellular calcium transients in cardiomyocytes. med./biol.
Wei J, Sun J, Xu H, Shi L, Sun L, Zhang J (2015), Electromagn Biol Med 34 (1): 77 - 84
Exposure: magnetic field, low frequency field, signals/pulses, 50/60 Hz

DETAILS * Exposure to extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields inhibits T-type calcium channels via AA/LTE signaling pathway. med./biol.
Cui Y, Liu X, Yang T, Mei YA, Hu C (2014), Cell Calcium 55 (1): 48 - 58
Aim: To investigate the effects of extremely low frequency magnetic fields on human T-type calcium channels transfected in embryonic kidney cells and on native T-type calcium channels in cultured mouse cortical neurons.
Endpoints: molecular biosynthesis (level of arachidonic acid and leukotriene E4; expression of calcium channels); cell function (cell electrophysiology)
System: intact cell/cell culture (in vitro): HEK 293 cells (human embryonic kidney cell line) and cortical neurons (cultured from embryonic ICR mice)
Exposure: 50 Hz, magnetic field, 50/60 Hz

DETAILS * Exposure to extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields alters the calcium dynamics of cultured entorhinal cortex neurons. med./biol.
Luo FL, Yang N, He C, Li HL, Li C, Chen F, Xiong JX, Hu ZA, Zhang J (2014), Environ Res 135: 236 - 246
Aim: To investiagte the influence of extremely low frequency magnetic fields on the calcium homeostasis in cultured entorhinal cortex neurons.
Endpoints: cell function (electrophysiological changes of the cells)
System: intact cell/cell culture (in vitro): neurons from the entorhinal cortex of newborn rats
Exposure: 50 Hz, magnetic field, 50/60 Hz

* Different involvement of extracellular calcium in two modes of cell death induced by nanosecond pulsed electric fields. med./biol.
Morotomi-Yano K, Akiyama H, Yano K (2014), Arch Biochem Biophys 555: 47 - 54
Exposure: electroporation

* Calcium-mediated pore expansion and cell death following nanoelectroporation. med./biol.
Pakhomova ON, Gregory B, Semenov I, Pakhomov AG (2014), Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Biomembranes 1838 (10): 2547 - 2554
Exposure: electroporation

* Calcium influx affects intracellular transport and membrane repair following nanosecond pulsed electric field exposure. med./biol.
Thompson GL, Roth CC, Dalzell DR, Kuipers M, Ibey BL (2014), J Biomed Opt 19 (5): 55005
Exposure: electroporation

* 600ns pulse electric field-induced phosphatidylinositol(4,5)-bisphosphate depletion. med./biol.
Tolstykh GP, Beier HT, Roth CC, Thompson GL, Ibey BL (2014), Bioelectrochemistry 100: 80 - 87

* Human keratinocytes respond to direct current stimulation by increasing intracellular calcium: Preferential response of poorly differentiated cells. med./biol.
Dube J, Rochette-Drouin O, Levesque P, Gauvin R, Roberge CJ, Auger FA, Goulet D, Bourdages M, Plante M, Moulin VJ, Germain L (2012), J Cell Physiol 227 (6): 2660 - 2667

* Correlation of magnetic AC field on cardiac myocyte Ca(2+) transients at different magnetic DC levels. med./biol.
Fixler D, Yitzhaki S, Axelrod A, Zinman T, Shainberg A (2012), Bioelectromagnetics 33 (8): 634 - 640
Exposure: 15 Hz - 19 Hz, magnetic field, static magnetic field, geomagnetic field, low frequency field, 50/60 Hz

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