Over the last several decades, innumerable investigations have been conducted to define the bioeffects of microwave (MW) fields on cells, tissue and whole animals, not only stemming from concerns of public safety from exposure to wireless communication systems, but also for the purpose of developing beneficial applications in therapeutic and diagnostic procedures. Studies with cells have indicated that certain exposure parameters related to MW fields may influence particular functions of cells by the interactions between specific cellular constituents in cells and the applied MW fields.Remove the clamp from pump. Allow gravity to feed ... Remove the DI water from the inlet container. Add 300 ml of 1x ... If the pressure or flow rate is not within the above range, some part of the tubing may be obstructed. Find the obstructedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Non-thermal Effects of Pulsed Microwave Fields on Catecholamine Release from Chromaffin Cells: Exposure System Design and Characterization, and Experimental Data|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|