At present, control of properties of biological membranes as targets of magnetic field applications within a living cell is the subject of considerable discussion in the scientific community. Experimental studies carried out by us demonstrate that ULF MF has an access to the most important mechanisms of tumor growth. The most likely mechanism among them is that responsible for the processes of free-radicals oxidation.
Chemically induced cancerogenesisULF MFAntioxidation system in blood
The objectives to be pursued by our studies are to assess some effects made by experimental actions of ultra-low frequencies electromagnetic field (ULF EMF) in combination with the SCENAR therapy on morphological changes in lung tissues and the regulation structures considering tumor growth dynamics.
ULF EMFSCENARExperimental tumor in lungs Antitumor effectMorphologySex hormonesProlactinHypophysis
The aim of our studies was to discover responses of the membrane systems in neurons and cardiomyocytes as well as mechanisms of influences and effects produced by the broadband-spectrum stochastic electromagnetic radiation (BBSS EMR) on them according to data on membrane potential (MP) levels and action potential (AP) parameters obtained by us.
NeurooncologyMalignant gliomas of the brainULF MFECOG/WHO performance statusThe Karnofsky indexNeurophysiological statusAdaptational reaction
Our aim was to study pathogenetically significant markers of sclerosing of hemangiomas in infants upon their exposure to optical radiation in the infrared region of the spectrum by analyzing thermog-raphy and morphology examination results.
Optical microscopyBioliquid morphological analysisNew diagnostic technologiesStructure quantitative processingProtein selforganization