O-4: Correlation between Low Frequency Pulsed Magnetic Field Exposure and Myeloblasts Proliferation and Differentiation Classified by Electrical Field
The effects on human health of exposure to a magnetic field (MF) have been widely debated and much attention has been paid to the influence of magnetic fields on cells and biological molecules, recently. It is generally accepted that low frequency magnetic fields (LF-MFs) can exert influences on biological functions of cells and tissues. These effects include proliferation, synthesis, and secretion of growth factors, classification and transcription. In this study there is little information regarding possible effects of LF-MFs on myeloblasts proliferation and differentiation classified by electrical field.