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* Pulsed magnetic stimulation modifies amplitude of action potentials in vitro via ionic channels-dependent mechanism. med./biol.
Ahmed Z, Wieraszko A (2015), Bioelectromagnetics: in press
Exposure: static magnetic field, signals/pulses

* Reflex neuromodulation of bladder function elicited by posterior tibial nerve stimulation in anesthetized rats. med./biol.
Kovacevic M, Yoo PB (2015), Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 308 (4): F320 - F329

* Does pulsed magnetic field therapy influence nerve regeneration in the median nerve model of the rat? med./biol.
Beck-Broichsitter BE, Lamia A, Geuna S, Fregnan F, Smeets R, Becker ST, Sinis N (2014), Biomed Res Int 2014: 401760
Exposure: magnetic field, signals/pulses

* Ouabain modulation of snail Br neuron bursting activity after the exposure to 10 mT static magnetic field revealed by Higuchi fractal dimension. med./biol.
Kesic S, Nikolic L, Savic AG, Petkovic B, Spasic SZ (2014), Gen Physiol Biophys 33 (3): 335 - 344
Exposure: static magnetic field

DETAILS * Pulsed electromagnetic field enhances brain-derived neurotrophic factor expression through L-type voltage-gated calcium channel- and Erk-dependent signaling pathways in neonatal rat dorsal root ganglion neurons. med./biol.
Li Y, Yan X, Liu J, Li L, Hu X, Sun H, Tian J (2014), Neurochem Int 75: 96 - 104
Aim: The role of Ca2+ in the gene expression of the brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) in dorsal root ganglion neurons induced by exposure to a 50 Hz pulsed magnetic field should be investigated to explore the mechanisms of action underlying the promotive effect of pulsed electromagnetic fields on neuronal differentiation.
Endpoints: molecular biosynthesis (expression of BDNF and underlying calcium-related mechanisms of action in dorsal root ganglion neurons of rats)
System: intact cell/cell culture (in vitro): dorsal root ganglion neurons (rat/Sprague-Dawley)
Exposure: 50 Hz, magnetic field, signals/pulses, 50/60 Hz (AC), co-exposure

* Pulsed electromagnetic fields accelerate functional recovery of transected sciatic nerve bridged by chitosan conduit: an animal model study. med./biol.
Mohammadi R, Faraji D, Alemi H, Mokarizadeh A (2014), Int J Surg 12 (12): 1278 - 1285
Exposure: magnetic field, signals/pulses

* Effects of millimeter wave irradiation and equivalent thermal heating on the activity of individual neurons in the leech ganglion. med./biol.
Romanenko S, Siegel PH, Wagenaar DA, Pikov V (2014), J Neurophysiol 112 (10): 2423 - 2431
Exposure: millimeter waves

* Induced current pharmacological split stimulation system for neuronal networks. med./biol.
Saito A, Takayama Y, Moriguchi H, Kotani K, Jimbo Y (2014), IEEE Trans Biomed Eng 61 (2): 463 - 472

* Variable spatial magnetic field influences peripheral nerves regeneration in rats. med./biol.
Suszynski K, Marcol W, Szajkowski S, Pietrucha-Dutczak M, Cieslar G, Sieron A, Lewin-Kowalik J (2014), Electromagn Biol Med 33 (3): 198 - 205
Exposure: magnetic field

DETAILS * Synchronization dynamics induced on pairs of neurons under applied weak alternating magnetic fields. med./biol.
Azanza MJ, del Moral A, Calvo AC, Perez-Bruzon RN, Junquera C (2013), Comp Biochem Physiol A Mol Integr Physiol 166 (4): 603 - 618
Aim: To examine the effect of weak alternating magnetic fields on the synchronization dynamics of pairs of snail neurons.
Endpoints: effects on the neurological system (neuronal activity, synchronization activity)
System: isolated organ (in vitro): snail neurons (Helix aspersa)
Exposure: 50 Hz, magnetic field, 50/60 Hz (AC)

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