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197 Studien über biologische Effekte elektromagnetischer Felder

Quelle: Literaturliste übermittelt von Dr. rer. nat. Ulrich Warnke, Universität des Saarlandes Saarbrücken, Biologe und Physiker

Dr. Warnke betreibt seit 1969 Forschungen auf dem Gebiet "Wirkungen elektromagnetischer Schwingungen und Felder auf Organismen". Er merkt zu der folgende Literaturliste an:

"Diese Literatur gibt biologische Effekte bekannt. Aber biologische Effekte werden zu Störungen und Schädigungen in Abhängigkeit der Reiz-Dosis (Dosis = Amplitude x Zeit). Von diesem Blickwinkel aus
sind die Literaturstudien bestens geeignet, um Wirkungsmechanismen kennenzulernen."

Biologische Effekte elektromagnetischer Felder, Literaturliste

1. Adair-RK Biological effects on the cellular level of electric field pulses/Comment in: Health Phys 1993 Oct;65(4):437-9,  Health-Phys. 1991 Sep; 61(3): 395-9

2. Akoev-IG; Kolomytkin-OV; Kuznetsov-VI [Effect of ultra-high frequency electromagnetic waves on a postsynaptic membrane model] Radiobiologiia. 1983 Sep-Oct; 23(5): 670-2

3. Alekseev-SI; Tiazhelov-VV; Faizova-LKh; Chertishchev-VV [Effect of high-frequency electromagnetic field on tetraphenylborate transport through bilayer lipid membranes] Biofizika. 1982 Jan-Feb; 27(1): 162-3

4. Anderson-LE: ELF: exposure levels, bioeffects, and epidemiology. Health-Phys. 1991 Jul; 61(1): 41-6

5. Andre-J; Barthelemy-R; Lefeuvre-S; Priou-A; Morucci-JP Heating blood in extracorporal circulation with a high-frequency electromagnetic field: effect of microwaves on blood. Prog-Clin-Biol-Res. 1982; 107: 257-68

6. Annino-G; Cassettari-M; Fittipaldi-M; Longo-I; Martinelli-M; Massa-CA; Pardi-LA High-field, multifrequency EPR spectroscopy using whispering gallery dielectric resonators. J-Magn-Reson. 2000 Mar; 143(1): 88-94

7. Antonov-P; Pancheva-R; Naplatarova-M Membrane-related thermo-osmotic effect as measured by medium conductivity in isotonic cell suspensions. J-Biochem-Biophys-Methods. 1990 Nov-Dec; 21(4): 285-8

8. Aoyama-Y; Ueda-Y; Kurita-M; Ohashi-H; Torigata-C; Maejima-K : Biological effects of exposure to high frequency electromagnetics on rabbits and guinea pigs, Jikken-Dobutsu. 1992 Oct; 41(4): 421-35

9. Arlinger-S; Elberling-C; Bak-C; Kofoed-B; Lebech-J; Saermark-K Cortical magnetic fields evoked by frequency glides of a continuous tone. Electroencephalogr-Clin-Neurophysiol. 1982 Dec; 54(6): 642-53

10. Armstrong-BG; Deadman-JE; Theriault-G Comparison of indices of ambient exposure to 60-hertz electric and magnetic fields. Bioelectromagnetics. 1990; 11(4): 337-47

11. Balanovski-E; Taylor-JG Can electromagnetism account for extra-sensory phenomena?, Nature. 1978 Nov 2; 276(5683): 64-7,

12. Balutina-AP  [Experimental injury to the eye with an ultra-high frequency electromagnetic field] Biull-Eksp-Biol-Med. 1965 Dec; 60(12): 41-3

13. Barker-AT Electricity, magnetism and the body: some uses and abuses. J-R-Soc-Health. 1994 Apr; 114(2): 91-7

14. Barker-AT: An introduction to the basic principles of magnetic nerve stimulation. J-Clin-Neurophysiol. 1991 Jan; 8(1): 26-37

15. Baumgartner-C; Sutherling-WW; Di-S; Barth-DS: Spatiotemporal modeling of cerebral evoked magnetic fields to median nerve stimulation. Electroencephalogr-Clin-Neurophysiol. 1991 Jul; 79(1): 27-35

16. Becker-RO Electromagnetism and the revolution in medicine. Acupunct-Electrother-Res. 1987; 12(1): 75-9

17. Behr-KP; Tiffe-HW; Hinz-KH; Luders-H; Friederichs-M; Ryll-M; Hundeshagen-H  [The effect of magnetic resonance treatment on chicken embryos] DTW-Dtsch-Tierarztl-Wochenschr. 1991 Apr; 98(4): 149-52

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20. Bernhardt-J The direct influence of electromagnetic fields on nerve- and muscle cells of man within the frequency range of 1 Hz to 30 MHz. Radiat-Environ-Biophys. 1979; 16(4): 309-23

21. Bernhardt-JH The establishment of frequency dependent limits for electric and magnetic fields and evaluation of indirect effects. Radiat-Environ-Biophys. 1988; 27(1): 1-27

22. Bernhardt-JH: [Nonionizing radiation and electromagnetic fields], Offentl-Gesundheitswes. 1991 Aug-Sep; 53(8-9): 409-14
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23. Bogoliubova-VM; Utkin-SI  [The patterns of the changes in the indices of the immune and endocrine systems in elderly subjects under the transcerebral action of an ultra-high-frequency electrical field] Vopr-Kurortol-Fizioter-Lech-Fiz-Kult. 1990 Mar-Apr(2): 16-20

24. Bogolyubov-VM; Karpukhin-IV; Bobkova-AS; Razuvayev-AV; Kozhinova-EV Dynamics of spermatogenesis, hormonal and immune response of patients suffering from chronic prostatitis and sterility under bitemporal treatment with an ultra-high frequency electric field. Int-Urol-Nephrol. 1986; 18(1): 89-97

25. Bol'shakov-MA  [Effect of a high-frequency electromagnetic field on the isolated snail brain] Biofizika. 1985 Mar-Apr; 30(2): 354-6

26. Borbely-AA; Huber-R; Graf-T; Fuchs-B; Gallmann-E; Achermann-P Pulsed high-frequency electromagnetic field affects human sleep and sleep electroencephalogram. Neurosci-Lett. 1999 Nov 19; 275(3): 207-10

27. Borges-AR; Lufkin-RB; Huang-AY; Farahani-K; Arnold-AC Frequency-selective fat suppression MR imaging. Localized asymmetric failure of fat suppression mimicking orbital disease. J-Neuroophthalmol. 1997 Mar; 17(1): 12-7

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29. Boyd-BM; Prausnitz-JM; Blanch-HW High-frequency alternating-crossed-field gel electrophoresis with neutral or slightly charged interpenetrating networks to improve DNA separation. Electrophoresis. 1998 Dec; 19(18): 3137-48

30. Bracken-TD: Experimental. macroscopic dosimetry for extremely-low-frequency electric and magnetic fields, Bioelectromagnetics. 1992; Suppl 1: 15-26

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33. Chernoff-N; Rogers-JM; Kavet-R A review of the literature on potential reproductive and developmental toxicity of electric and magnetic fields, Toxicology. 1992 Sep; 74(2-3): 91-126

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36. Cook-MR; Graham-C; Cohen-HD; Gerkovich-MM: A replication study of human exposure to 60-Hz fields: effects on neurobehavioral measures, Bioelectromagnetics. 1992; 13(4): 261-85

37. Danilenko-SR  [The efficacy in using an extremely high-frequency electromagnetic field in the combined treatment of chronic bronchitis patients] Vopr-Kurortol-Fizioter-Lech-Fiz-Kult. 1997 Nov-Dec(6): 16-8

38. Danilenko-SR; Shatrov-AA; Gerasimovich-OI  [The efficacy of using an electromagnetic field of extremely high frequency (54-78 GHz) in treating patients with chronic nonspecific lung disease] Vopr-Kurortol-Fizioter-Lech-Fiz-Kult. 1995 Nov-Dec(6): 16-8

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41. Dunscombe-PB; Fox-K; Ryder-S A proposal for the classification of field placement errors in radiotherapy. Med-Dosim. 1991 Mar; 16(1): 1-5

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43. Electromagnetism and bone [editorial] in Lancet. 1981 Apr 11; 1(8224): 815-6

44. Electromagnetism and cancer [editorial]  Lancet. 1983 Jan 29; 1(8318): 224

45. Elster-AD Sellar susceptibility artifacts: theory and implications. AJNR-Am-J-Neuroradiol. 1993 Jan-Feb; 14(1): 129-36

46. Engelhardt-H; Sackmann-E On the measurement of shear elastic moduli and viscosities of erythrocyte plasma membranes by transient deformation in high frequency electric fields. Biophys-J. 1988 Sep; 54(3): 495-508

47. Ermankov-EV; Murashov-BF  [Etiology of neuroendocrine disturbances in the prolonged effects of an ultra-high frequency electromagnetic field] Sov-Med. 1970 Sep; 33(9): 138

48. Erne-SN; Scheer-HJ; Hoke-M; Pantew-C; Lutkenhoner-B Brainstem auditory evoked magnetic fields in response to stimulation with brief tone pulses. Int-J-Neurosci. 1987 Dec; 37(3-4): 115-25

49. Eulitz-C; Ullsperger-P; Freude-G; Elbert-T Mobile phones modulate response patterns of human brain activity. Neuroreport. 1998 Oct 5; 9(14): 3229-32

50. Extremely low-frequency electric and magnetic fields and risk of human cancer. Ad Hoc Working Group. Bioelectromagnetics. 1990; 11(1): 91-9

51. Ezzat-AA; Ibrahim-EM; Raja-MA; Al-Sobhi-S; Rostom-A; Stuart-RK Locally advanced breast cancer in Saudi Arabia: high frequency of stage III in a young population. Med-Oncol. 1999 Jul; 16(2): 95-103

52. Faitel'berg-Blank-VR; Kosykh-VI  [Permeability of eye tissues under the effect of ultra-high-frequency electric field] Oftalmol-Zh. 1975; 30(4): 299-301

53. Farndale-RW; Maroudas-A; Marsland-TP Effects of low-amplitude pulsed magnetic fields on cellular ion transport. Bioelectromagnetics. 1987; 8(2): 119-34

54. Florig-HK; Hoburg-JF Power-frequency magnetic fields from electric blankets. Health-Phys. 1990 Apr; 58(4): 493-502

55. Fuhr-G; Glaser-R; Hagedorn-R Rotation of dielectrics in a rotating electric high-frequency field. Model experiments and theoretical explanation of the rotation effect of living cells. Biophys-J. 1986 Feb; 49(2): 395-402

56. Fuhr-G; Muller-T; Baukloh-V; Lucas-K High-frequency electric field trapping of individual human spermatozoa. Hum-Reprod. 1998 Jan; 13(1): 136-41

57. Gamberale-F Physiological and psychological effects of exposure to extremely low-frequency electric and magnetic fields on humans. Scand-J-Work-Environ-Health. 1990; 16 Suppl 1: 51-4

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59. Gass-GV; Chernomordik-LV; Margolis-LB Local deformation of human red blood cells in high frequency electric field. Biochim-Biophys-Acta. 1991 Jul 10; 1093(2-3): 162-7

60. Gonda-T; Daniel-EE; Kostolanska-F; Oki-M; Fox-JE Neural control of canine colon motor function: studies in vitro. Can-J-Physiol-Pharmacol. 1988 Apr; 66(4): 359-68

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62. Gorbunov-FE; Vinnikov-AA; Strelkova-NI; Krupennikov-AI  [The use of pulsed and continuous UHF electrical fields in the rehabilitation of patients with the Guillain-Barre syndrome and other peripheral myelinopathies] Zh-Nevropatol-Psikhiatr-Im-S-S-Korsakova. 1995; 95(5): 22-6

63. Gourret-JP Modelling the mitotic apparatus. From the discovery of the bipolar spindle to modern concepts. Acta-Biotheor. 1995 Jun; 43(1-2): 127-42

64. Grace-KL; Revell-WJ; Brookes-M The effects of pulsed electromagnetism on fresh fracture healing: osteochondral repair in the rat femoral groove. Orthopedics. 1998 Mar; 21(3): 297-302

65. Gusarov-DV  [Effect of an ultra-high frequency field on the physical trainability of experimental animals] Voen-Med-Zh. 1971 Mar; 3: 61-6

66. Hakkinen-AM; Blomqvist-K; Spring-E; Valtonen-E Simultaneous application of pulsed high frequency currents and gamma-rays to cultured melanoma cells. Strahlentherapie. 1975 Feb; 149(2): 205-7

67. Hamalainen-MS; Sarvas-J Feasibility of the homogeneous head model in the interpretation of neuromagnetic fields. Phys-Med-Biol. 1987 Jan; 32(1): 91-7

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70. Hart-FX: Electric fields induced in rat and human models by 60-Hz magnetic fields: comparison of calculated and measured value, Bioelectromagnetics. 1992; 13(4): 313-6

71. Hayashi-E; Maeda-T; Shinozuka-K Adenosine and dipyridamole: actions and interactions on the contractile response of guinea-pig ileum to high frequency electrical field stimulation. Br-J-Pharmacol. 1985 Mar; 84(3): 765-71

72. Heppner-F The glioblastoma multiforme: a lifelong challenge to the neurosurgeon. Neurochirurgia-Stuttg. 1986 Jan; 29(1): 9-14

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77. Iatsenko-MI  [Effect of an ultra high frequency electromagnetic field (microwaves) on temperature and rate of blood flow in a joint] -Kurortol-Fizioter-Lech-Fiz-Kult. 1970 Sep-Oct; 35(5): 420-3

78. Izrael-M  [Changes in arterial elasticity after high-frequency electromagnetic field irradiation] Probl-Khig. 1980; 5: 22-7

79. Jacobson-JI A look at the possible mechanism and potential of magneto therapy. J-Theor-Biol. 1991 Mar 7; 149(1): 97-119

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87. Jacobson-JI The intrinsic electro-gravitational mechanism of life, the basis of neoplasia, and the clinical method of repair. Panminerva-Med. 1990 Oct-Dec; 32(4): 159-71

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89. Jacobson-JI: Electromagnetism in medicine, Indian-J-Med-Sci. 1992 Nov; 46(11): 321-7

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97. Kavet-RI; Banks-RS Emerging issues in extremely-low-frequency electric and magnetic field health research. Environ-Res. 1986 Apr; 39(2): 386-404

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102. Koci-M; Kral-V  [Use of a high-frequency electromagnetic field for the evaluation of heart activity] Cesk-Fysiol. 1975; 24(4): 315-8

103. Komarova-LA  [Changes in arterial pressure and external respiration of animals when subjected to an ultra-high frequency electromagnetic field (microwave)] Vopr-Kurortol-Fizioter-Lech-Fiz-Kult. 1968 Nov-Dec; 33(6): 503-6

104. Komissarova-IV  [Effect of ultra-high frequency electromagnetic field in continuous and pulse regimens on the indicators of serotonin metabolism in patients with ulcer disease] Vopr-Kurortol-Fizioter-Lech-Fiz-Kult. 1975 Mar-Apr(2): 170-4

105. Korepanov-AM  [Level of pancreatic enzymes in the blood of patients with some digestive system diseases and their change in relation to use of an ultra-high-frequency electrical field] Ter-Arkh. 1971 Jul; 43(6): 45-8

106. Kozlov-MM; Kuzmin-PI; Popov-SV Formation of cell protrusions by an electric field: a thermodynamic analysis. Eur-Biophys-J. 1992; 21(1): 35-45

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108. Kromov-AV; Kal'kaev-MZ; Mastriukov-VA; Obrosov-AN; Pitsevich-GB  [Mechanism of the therapeutic effect of pulsating ultra-high frequency electric field in lumbosacral radiculitis] Vopr-Kurortol-Fizioter-Lech-Fiz-Kult. 1969 Nov-Dec; 34(6): 488-92

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111. Lang-W; Cheyne-D; Kristeva-R; Beisteiner-R; Lindinger-G; Deecke-L: Three-dimensional localization of SMA activity preceding voluntary movement. A study of electric and magnetic fields in a patient with infarction of the right supplementary motor area. Exp-Brain-Res. 1991; 87(3): 688-95

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120. Makela-JP; Hari-R; Linnankivi-A Different analysis of frequency and amplitude modulations of a continuous tone in the human auditory cortex: a neuromagnetic study. Hear-Res. 1987; 27(3): 257-64

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124. Masubuchi-Y; Oana-H; Matsumoto-M; Doi-M; Yoshikawa-K Conformational dynamics of DNA during biased sinusoidal field gel electrophoresis. Electrophoresis. 1996 Jun; 17(6): 1065-74

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126. McRobbie-D; Foster-MA Thresholds for biological effects of time-varying magnetic fields. Clin-Phys-Physiol-Meas. 1984 May; 5(2): 67-78

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130. Michaelson-SM Influence of power frequency electric and magnetic fields on human health. Ann-N-Y-Acad-Sci. 1987; 502: 55-75

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132. Mills-KR; Murray-NM; Hess-CW Magnetic and electrical transcranial brain stimulation: physiological mechanisms and clinical applications. Neurosurgery. 1987 Jan; 20(1): 164-8

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139. Osterhammel-D Audiological findings in children with a congenital rubella syndrome. Scand-Audiol-Suppl. 1980(Suppl 10): 33-44

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