Verschillende artikelen over de niet-thermische effecten en werkingsmechanismen van EMV.

zondag, 07 december 2014 - Categorie: Onderzoeken

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Een paar jaar oud, maar weer eens naar voren gehaald. Blijft actueel. Zie i.h.b. het artikel van Havas c.s. aan het eind.

Giuliani en Soffritti publiceerden in hun 430 pp.
''Non-thermal effects and mechanisms of interaction between electromagnetic fields and living matter'' (2010) (ISBN 978-88-6261-166-4)
An ICEMS Monograph (International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety)
European Journal of Oncology Eur. J. Oncol. - Library Vol. 5
National Institute for the Study and Control of Cancer and
Environmental Diseases “Bernardino Ramazzini”
Bologna, Italy

de onderstaande artikelen over de niet-thermische effecten en de werkingsmechanismen daarvan bij elektromagnetische velden o.a.:


M. Soffritti VII

Why investigate the non thermal mechanisms and effects of electromagnetic
fields on living systems? An introduction
L. Giuliani IX

On mechanism of combined extremely weak magnetic field action
on aqueous solution of amino acid
M. Zhadin 1

Coherence in water and the kT problem in living matter
E. Del Giudice, L. Giuliani 7

Water structures and effects of electric and magnetic fields
S. Tigrek, F. Barnes 25

Weak low-frequency electromagnetic fields are biologically interactive
A.R. Liboff 51

Oxidative stress-induced biological damage by low-level EMFs:
mechanisms of free radical pair electron spin-polarization and
biochemical amplification
C.D. Georgiou 63

Effect of extremely low electromagnetic frequency on ion channels,
actin distribution and cells differentiation
M. Ledda, S. Grimaldi, A. Lisi, E. D’Emilia, L. Giuliani 115

Genotoxic properties of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields
I. Udroiu, L. Giuliani, L.A. Ieradi 123

Extremely-low frequency magnetic field modulates differentiation
and maturation of human and rat primary and multipotent stem cells
M. Ledda, F. De Carlo, E. D’Emilia, L. Giuliani, S. Grimaldi, A. Lisi 135

Immunotropic effects of low-level microwave exposure in vitro
W. Stankiewicz, M.P. Dąbrowski, E. Sobiczewska, S. Szmigielski 149
Cellular enzymatic activity and free radical formation in various tissues
under static and ELF electric and magnetic field exposure
N. Seyhan, A.G. Canseven, G. Guler, A. Tomruk, A. Fırlarer 157

Polarizability of normal and cancerous tissues, a Radiofrequency
Nonlinear Resonance Interaction non invasive diagnostic Bioscanner
Trimprob detector
C. Vedruccio 177

Dependence of non-thermal biological effects of microwaves on physical
and biological variables: implications for reproducibility and safety standards
I.Y. Belyaev 187

Mega-experiments on the carcinogenicity of Extremely Low Frequency
Magnetic Fields (ELFMF) on Sprague-Dawley rats exposed from
fetal life until spontaneous death: plan of the project and early results
on mammary carcinogenesis
M. Soffritti, F. Belpoggi, M. Lauriola, E.Tibaldi, F. Manservisi,
D. Accurso, D. Chiozzotto, L. Giuliani 219

The weak combined magnetic fields induce the reduction of brain
amyloid-β level in two animal models of Alzheimer’s disease
N.V. Bobkova, V.V. Novikov, N.I. Medvinskaya, I.Y. Aleksandrova,
I.V. Nesterova, E.E. Fesenko 235

Delayed maturation of Xenopus laevis (Daudin) tadpoles exposed to a
weak ELF magnetic field: sensitivity to small variations of magnetic
flux density
M. Severini, L. Bosco 247

Is cognitive function affected by mobile phone radiation exposure?
A.F. Fragopoulou, L.H. Margaritis 261

Provocation study using heart rate variability shows microwave
radiation from DECT phone affects autonomic nervous system
M. Havas, J. Marrongelle, B. Pollner, E. Kelley, C.R.G. Rees, L. Tully 273

Comparative assessment of models of electromagnetic absorption
of the head for children and adults indicates the need for policy changes
Y.-Y. Han, O.P. Ghandi, A. DeSalles, R.B. Herberman, D.L. Davis 301

Investigation on blood-brain barrier permeability and collagen synthesis
under radiofrequency radiation exposure and SAR simulations of adult
and child head
N. Seyhan, G. Guler, A. Canseven, B. Sirav, E. Ozgur, M.Z. Tuysuz 319

Effects of microwave radiation upon the mammalian blood-brain barrier
L.G. Salford, H. Nittby, A. Brun, J. Eberhardt, L. Malmgren, B.R.R. Persson 333

Carcinogenic risks in workers exposed to radiofrequency and microwave
S. Szmigielski 357

Wireless phone use and brain tumour risk
L. Hardell 363

Occupational EMF exposure measurements in different work
N. Seyhan, A. Fırlarer, A.G. Canseven, S. Özden, S. Tepe Çam 379

Exposure to electromagnetic fields and human reproduction:
the epidemiologic evidence
I. Figà-Talamanca, P. Nardone, C. Giliberti 387

Provocation study using heart rate variability shows
microwave radiation from 2.4 GHz cordless phone
affects autonomic nervous system
Magda Havas*, Jeffrey Marrongelle**, Bernard Pollner***,
Elizabeth Kelley****, Camilla R.G. Rees*****, Lisa Tully******
* Environmental and Resource Studies, Trent University, Peterborough, Canada
** 1629 Long Run Road, PO Box 606, Schuylkill Haven, PA, USA
*** Haspingerstrasse 7/2, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
**** International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety, Venice, Italy
***** 350 Bay Street, #100-214, San Francisco, California, 94133, USA
****** 27 Arrow Leaf Court, Boulder, Colorado 80304, USA

Aim: The effect of pulsed (100 Hz) microwave (MW) radiation on heart rate
variability (HRV) was tested in a double blind study. Materials and Methods:
Twenty-five subjects in Colorado between the ages of 37 to 79 completed an
electrohypersensitivity (EHS) questionnaire. After recording their orthostatic
HRV, we did continuous real-time monitoring of HRV in a provocation study,
where supine subjects were exposed for 3-minute intervals to radiation generated
by a cordless phone at 2.4 GHz or to sham exposure.

Results: Questionnaire:
Based on self-assessments, participants classified themselves as
extremely electrically sensitive (24%), moderately (16%), slightly (16%), not
sensitive (8%) or with no opinion (36%) about their sensitivity. The top 10
symptoms experienced by those claiming to be sensitive include memory problems,
difficulty concentrating, eye problems, sleep disorder, feeling unwell,
headache, dizziness, tinnitus, chronic fatigue, and heart palpitations. The five
most common objects allegedly causing sensitivity were fluorescent lights,
antennas, cell phones, Wi-Fi, and cordless phones.

Provocation Experiment:
Forty percent of the subjects experienced some changes in their HRV attributable
to digitally pulsed (100 Hz) MW radiation. For some the response was
extreme (tachycardia), for others moderate to mild (changes in sympathetic
nervous system and/or parasympathetic nervous system). and for some there
was no observable reaction either because of high adaptive capacity or because
of systemic neurovegetative exhaustion.

Conclusions: Orthostatic HRV
combined with provocation testing may provide a diagnostic test for some EHS
sufferers when they are exposed to electromagnetic emitting devices. This is the
first study that documents immediate and dramatic changes in both Heart
Rate (HR) and HR variability (HRV) associated with MW exposure at levels
well below (0.5%) federal guidelines in Canada and the United States (1000

Key Words: heart rate variability, microwave radiation, DECT phone, autonomic
nervous system, provocation study, sympathetic, parasympathetic, cordless
phone, 2.4 GHz, electrohypersensitivity

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