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By Robert A. Abler (auth.), Madeleine F. Barnothy (eds.)

We outline biomagnetism generally because the technology of strategies and services in dwelling organisms brought about by way of static magnetic fields. Biomagnetic study has enormously elevated because the booklet of the 1st quantity of this sequence. whereas a lot of this paintings has been pronounced in a number of overseas journals, there exists a necessity for this paintings to be amassed jointly in a single position. This booklet covers a slightly vast region of analysis, either with admire to the power of the sphere, starting from "zero" to 150,000 oersteds, and with appreciate to a number of the specimens and their organic services. it truly is designed primarly to aid make clear the motion of magnetic fields on organic platforms with the desire of accomplishing a greater figuring out of the elemental physiological tactics happening in them. In a few chapters it is recommended that magnetic fields may possibly finally be utilized in the remedy of sickness. i want to take this get together to thank the participants for his or her beneficiant curiosity and keen cooperation. M. F. B. June 1969 Chicago, Illinois v participants Robert A. Abler, Varian affiliates, Palo Alto, California (page 1). M. M. Alexandrovskaya, Institute of upper frightened job and Neuro­ body structure, Academy of Sciences, Moscow, USSR (page 215). Jena M. Barnothy, Biomagnetic learn beginning, Evanston, Illinois (page 61). Madeleine F. Barnothy, university of Pharmacy, collage of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois (pages xi, 103). Robert O. Becker, kingdom collage of latest York, Upstate clinical heart, Syracuse; Veterans management medical institution, Syracuse, big apple (page 207).

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N d'. I» CQ :::I CD s: 0 .... CD N .... CD I» Z 0 ... m Subcellular (chemical) Tissue in vitro Man Man Aging, growth, reproduction and behavior Whole organism Mouse Primates Growth Tissue in vitro Hamster Growth Human enzyme reactivity Cytologic: (lysosomal enzyme activity) Cellular, tissue in vivo Mouse Function observed Rodents Level of organization Specific common name Biological classification TABLE II (Continued) Tissue culture size Quantity of specific substrate converted Author and year Approx.

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2). , in the range of a few gammas (10- 5 Oe)* of intensity, and planetary probes [Koenig et al. (1967); Michaux (1967); Hess (1967), and Colburn (1968)] show fields of considerably less than 100 gammas around all those bodies which are man's first scheduled extraterrestrial landing sites (Table I). In addition, the makeup of the present generation of manned spacecraft has been estimated to cause only minimal modification of these ambient, null magnetic fields within the vicinity of the crew [Modisette (1966)].

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