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Full Research Paper Bioelectromagnetics
Investigating the impacts of Static Magnetic Field on cell viability and Cell Cycle Progression in Human Mesenchymal Stem cells

Maryam Sadri; Parviz Abdolmaleki; Saeed Abroun; Bahare Beiki; Fazel Samani

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2012, Pages 91-98

  The Mesenchymal Stem cells derived from human newborn cords were cultured and exposed to a 24mT Static magnetic field for 24 hours. The viability percentage and the cell cycle progression was then investigated in exposed samples and the obtained results was compared with the control samples. The results ...  Read More

Full Research Paper Bioelectromagnetics
Protective effects of saffron extract against consolidation Impairment memory induced by magnetic field in rats

Samane Sedighi; Keyvan Keramati; Ali Safari-Varyani; Ahmad Nikpey

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2012, Pages 99-106

  Exposure to magnetic fields can effect on the learning and memory. The protective effect of saffron extract on memory consolidation disorders in rats exposed to magnetic fields was investigated. 120 male Wistar rats in 12 groups exposed to magnetic field For 5 days with intensity 2.5 tesla for 1, 3 and ...  Read More

Full Research Paper Bioelectromagnetics
The Effect of Extremely Low Frequency Pulsed Electromagnetic Field on anxiety and cortisol level in rat

Susan Kohzad; Bahram Bolouri; Farnaz Nikbakht; Zahra Kohzad

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2012, Pages 107-111

  There is a growing public concern that the extremely low frequency (ELF) range of the environmental electromagnetic fields may have adverse biological effects. In this frequency range, 217Hz is the modulating signal being used in Global System of Mobile. This study investigated the possible effects of ...  Read More

Full Research Paper Genetic Engineering / Genetic Modification / Genetic Manioulation
Stimulation of Taxol Production by Magnetic Field in Cell Culture of Hazel (CorylusavellanaL.)

Ayatollah Rezaei; Faeze Ghanati; Mehrdad Behmanesh

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2012, Pages 113-122

  In this study cell growth, some physiological parameters, production of Taxol and gene expression in cell culture of hazel under effect of the magnetic field were investigated. Cells in suspension culture were treated by a 30 mT static magnetic field on days 8-11 after subculture and 4 hours each day. ...  Read More

Full Research Paper Bioelectromagnetics
The effect of ELF Magnetic fields on Nonlinear features of Helix Aspersa’s Neurons

Hadi Tavakoli; Ali Motie Nasrabadi; Seyed Mohammad Firouzabadi; Mehri Kaviyani Moghaddam

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2012, Pages 123-131

  During recent years, the environment has been enormously changed by the wide range of magnetic fields. Therefore, comprehensive studies are being done for investigating their biological effects. The effects such as inhibition of bioelectric activity of neurons which is shown by evidence, like decreasing ...  Read More

Full Research Paper Bioelectromagnetics
A Novel Approach to Computing Induced Electric Fields in Biological Structures Based on Sequences of Transfer Functions

Mehrdad Saviz; Sina Shirinpour; Ashkan Abedi; Reza Faraji-Dana

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2012, Pages 133-140

  We introduce a new computational approach which is capable of providing estimations of the electric field strength induced in biological bodies at large to ultra-fine scales. The method is theoretically based on multi-scale analysis and excitation of the smaller-scale models by the computed fields at ...  Read More

Full Research Paper Biomedical Signal Processing / Medical Signal Processing / Biosignal Processing
Foot movement onset detection in self-paced BCIs using sparse representation based classifier

Rahele Mohammadi; Ali Mahloojifar

Volume 6, Issue 2 , June 2012, Pages 141-152

  Self-paced BCI systems are more natural for real-life applications since these systems allow the user to control the system when desired. Detection of event periods in continuous EEG signal is one of the most important challenges in designing self-paced BCIs. In this paper, the Event related synchronization ...  Read More