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Claudio Santi
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
University of Perugia

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Editorial (Thematic Issue: “Effects of Man-Made Electromagnetic Fields on Simple Organic Systems and Cellular Functions”) free to download

Volume:10   Issue: 1
Pp: 1-1
Emanuele Calabro
DOI: 10.2174/221279681001160719202131

The Effect of Non-Thermal Microwave-Treated Physiological Solution on Isolated Heart Muscle of Snail

Volume:10   Issue: 1
Pp: 2-8
Gayane Ayrapetyan, Hovik Hayrapetyan and Sinerik Ayrapetyan
DOI: 10.2174/2212796810666160419152816

Retraction Notice: Bio Energy Man Produced Technique to Control the EMF of the Mitochondria in Order to Re Establish Cell´s Normal Functions promotion: free to download

Volume:10   Issue: 1
Pp: 9-17
Giannina B. de Alvarez*
DOI: 10.2174/2212796810666160608103134

Effect of Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Fields of Anthropic Origin on Male Fertility

Volume:10   Issue: 1
Pp: 18-31
Nicola Bernabò, Rosa Ciccarelli, Mauro Mattioli and Barbara Barboni
DOI: 10.2174/2212796810999160511112741

Early Development of Sea Urchin P.lividus Under Static (6 mT) and Pulsed Magnetic Fields (15 and 72 Hz)

Volume:10   Issue: 1
Pp: 32-42
Bernadetta A. Tenuzzo, Cristian Vergallo and Luciana Dini
DOI: 10.2174/2212796810666160419161557

The Shielding Action of Disaccharides for Typical Proteins in Aqueous Solution Against Static, 50 Hz and 1800 MHz Frequencies Electromagnetic Fields

Volume:10   Issue: 1
Pp: 57-64
Salvatore Magazù, Emanuele Calabro, Maria T. Caccamo and Antonio Cannuli
DOI: 10.2174/2212796810666160419153722

Effects of Wi-Fi Radiation on Germination and Growth of Broccoli, Pea, Red Clover and Garden Cress Seedlings: A Partial Replication Study open access plus

Volume:10   Issue: 1
Pp: 65-73
Magda Havas and M. Sheena Symington
DOI: 10.2174/2212796810666160419161000

Electromagnetic Fields Act Similarly in Plants as in Animals: Probable Activation of Calcium Channels via Their Voltage Sensor open access plus

Volume:10   Issue: 1
Pp: 74-82
Martin L. Pall
DOI: 10.2174/2212796810666160419160433