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|Main Title||Effects of ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) (1-120 Hz) and Modulated (50 Hz) RF (Radio Frequency) Fields on the Efflux of Calcium Ions from Brain Tissue In vitro.|
|Author||Blackman, C. F. ; Benane, S. G. ; House, D. E. ; Joines, W. T. ;|
|CORP Author||Health Effects Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.|
|Additional Subjects||Electric fields ; Brain ; In vitro analysis ; Magnetic fields ; Tissues(Biology) ; Reprints ; Calcium ions|
The authors have previously shown that 16-Hz, sinusoidal electromagnetic fields can cause enhanced efflux of calcium ions from chick brain tissue, in vitro, in two intensity regions centered on 6 and 40 Vp-p/m. Alternatively, 1-Hz and 30-Hz fields at 40Vp-p/m did not cause enhanced efflux. The authors demonstrate that although there is no enhanced efflux associated with a 42-Hz field at 30,40,50, or 60 Vp-p/m, a 45 Hz field causes enhanced efflux in an intensity range around 40Vp-p/m that is essentially identical to the response observed for 16-Hz fields.