1. Occupational exposure to extremely low-frequency magnetic fields and the risk of ALS: A systematic review... Huss, 2018. [VIEW

2. Exposure to Magnetic Field Non-Ionizing Radiation and the Risk of Miscarriage: A Prospective Cohort Study. Li, 2017. [VIEW

4. Occupational exposures and Parkinson's disease mortality in a prospective Dutch cohort. Brouwer, 2015. [VIEW

5. Everyday exposure to power frequency magnetic fields and associations with non-specific physical symptoms. Bolte, 2015. [VIEW

6.  Experimental model for ELF-EMF exposure: Concern for human health. d'Angelo, 2015. [VIEW]  

7. Electromagnetic Fields Mediate Efficient Cell Reprogramming into a Pluripotent State. Baek, 2014. [VIEW

8. Extremely low-frequency magnetic fields induce spermatogenic germ cell apoptosis: Possible mechanism. Lee, 2014. [VIEW

9. Occupational exposure to extremely low-frequency magnetic fields and brain tumor risks...Turner, 2014. [VIEW

10. Relationship between exposure to extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields and breast cancer risk... Zhao, 2014. [VIEW]

11. Electromagnetic fields and health: DNA-based dosimetry. Blank, 2012. [VIEW

12. Effects of extremely low-frequency electromagnetic radiation on cardiovascular system of workers. Zhao, 2012. [VIEW

13. Long-term (up to 20years) effects of 50-Hz magnetic field exposure on blood chemistry parameters...Touitou, 2012. [VIEW

14. Maternal Exposure to Magnetic Fields During Pregnancy in Relation to the Risk of Asthma in Offspring. Li, 2011. [VIEW

15. Occupational and residential exposure to electric and magnetic field and its relationship on acute leukemia...Wang, 2011. [VIEW

16. Effect of ELF electric field on some on biochemistry characters in the rat serum. Coskun, 2010. [VIEW]

17. Oxidative stress, melatonin level, and sleep insufficiency among electronic equipment repairers. El-Helal, 2010.  [VIEW

18. Effect of long-term exposure to a randomly varied 50 Hz power frequency magnetic field...De Bruyn, 2010. [VIEW

19. Signal transduction of the melatonin receptor MT1 is disrupted in breast cancer cells by electromagnetic fields. Girgert, 2010. [VIEW

20. Risk of hematological malignancies associated with magnetic fields exposure from power lines: a case-control study in two municipalities of northern Italy. Malagoli, 2010. [VIEW

21. Extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields differentially regulate estrogen receptor-alpha and -beta expression in the rat olfactory bulb. Reyes-Guerrero, 2010.  [VIEW]  

22. Electromagnetic fields and cancer: the cost of doing nothing. Carpenter, 2010. [VIEW

23. DNA fragmentation in human fibroblasts under extremely low-frequency electromagnetic field exposure. Focke, 2010. [VIEW]

24. Exposure to magnetic fields and the risk of poor sperm quality. Li, 2010. [VIEW

25. A biomonitoring study of genotoxic risk to workers of transformers and distribution line stations. Celikler, 2009. [VIEW

26. Power-frequency magnetic fields and childhood brain tumors: a case-control study in Japan. Saito, 2010. [VIEW

27. Alterations of human electroencephalographic activity caused by multiple extremely low-frequency magnetic field exposures. Cvetkovic, 2009. [VIEW]  

28.  Natural killer cell activity decreases in workers occupationally exposed to extremely low-frequency magnetic fields exceeding 1 microT. Gobba, 2009. [VIEW]  

29. 50 Hz extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields enhance protein carbonyl groups content in cancer cells: effects on proteasomal systems. Eleuteri, 2009. [VIEW

30. Low-frequency pulsed electromagnetic field exposure can alter neuroprocessing in humans. Robertson, 2009. [VIEW] 

31. Effects of different electromagnetic fields on circadian rhythms of some haematochemical parameters...Contalbrigo, 2009. [VIEW

32. Maternal occupational exposure to extremely low-frequency magnetic fields and the risk of brain cancer...Li, 2009. [VIEW

33. Effects of extremely low-frequency magnetic fields on the oviposition of Drosophila melanogaster...Gonet, 2009. [VIEW

34. Extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields activate the ERK cascade, increase hsp70 protein levels and promote regeneration in Planaria. Goodman, 2009. [VIEW

35. Health effects of magnetic fields generated from power lines: new clues for an old puzzle. Comba, 2009. [VIEW

36. Extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields disrupt magnetic alignment of ruminants. Burda, 2009. [VIEW

37. Morbidity experience in populations residentially exposed to 50 hz magnetic fields: methodology and preliminary findings of a cohort study. Fazzo, 2009. [VIEW]  

38. Exposure of mcf-7 breast cancer cells to electromagnetic fields up-regulates the plasminogen activator system. Girgert, 2009. [VIEW

39.  Long-term exposure to magnetic fields and the risks of Alzheimer's disease and breast cancer: Further biological research. Davanipour, 2009. [VIEW

40. Effects of different electromagnetic fields on circadian rhythms of some haematochemical parameters...Contalbrigo, 2009. [VIEW]

41. Immunohistochemical Study of Postnatal Neurogenesis After Whole-body Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields: Evaluation of Age- and Dose-Related Changes in Rats. Orendacova, 2009. [VIEW

42. Electromagnetic fields stress living cells. Blank, 2009. [VIEW]

 43. Electromagnetic fields and DNA damage. Phillips, 2009. [VIEW

44. Genetic damage in mammalian somatic cells exposed to extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields: A meta-analysis of data from 87 publications (1990-2007). Prihoda, 2009. [VIEW

45. 900 MHz electromagnetic field exposure affects qualitative and quantitative features of hippocampal pyramidal cells in the adult female rat. Bas, 2009. [VIEW

46. The effect of GSM-like ELF radiation on the alpha band of the human resting EEG. Parentos, 2008.  [VIEW

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