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Altered blood chemistry and hippocampal histomorphology in adult rats following prenatal exposure to physiologically-patterned, weak (50–500 nanoTesla range) magnetic fields
- L. S. St-Pierre, A. Mazzuchin, M. Persinger
- BiologyInternational journal of radiation biology
- 1 January 2008
Purpose: To discern changes in blood chemistry, cerebral sizes, and hippocampal cytomorphology in adult male and female albino Wistar rats that had been exposed during their entire prenatal…
The Electromagnetic Induction of Mystical and Altered States within the Laboratory
The human brain is the locus of all human experiences. The substantial microstructural and neuroelectrical differences between the two cerebral hemispheres predicts two major classes of mystical…
AMBULATORY EFFECTS OF BRIEF EXPOSURES TO MAGNETIC FIELDS CHANGING ORTHOGONALLY IN SPACE OVER TIME
- L. S. St-Pierre, S. Koren, M. Persinger
- PsychologyThe International journal of neuroscience
- 1 January 2007
The results suggest that robust behavioral changes can occur when rats are exposed for 15 min to complex spatiotemporal configurations of weak magnetic fields.
Growth of injected melanoma cells is suppressed by whole body exposure to specific spatial-temporal configurations of weak intensity magnetic fields
- Jing H Hu, L. S. St-Pierre, Carly A. Buckner, R. Lafrenie, M. Persinger
- Biology, PhysicsInternational journal of radiation biology
- 1 February 2010
Exposure to specific spatial-temporal regulated electromagnetic field configurations had potent effects on the growth of experimental tumours in mice, suggesting alterations in leukocyte infiltration or vascularisation could contribute to the differences in tumour growth.
Extreme obesity in female rats following prepuberal induction of lithium–pilocarpine seizures and a single injection of acepromazine
Enhanced mortality of rat pups following inductions of epileptic seizures after perinatal exposures to 5 nT, 7 Hz magnetic fields.
Experimental induction of intermale aggressive behavior in limbic epileptic rats by weak, complex magnetic fields: implications for geomagnetic activity and the modern habitat?
The results suggest that group aggression can be increased or decreased as a function of the temporal characteristics and morphology (shape) of the applied magnetic field.
Radial maze proficiency of adult Wistar rats given prenatal complex magnetic field treatments.
All rats exposed to the prenatal CMFs increased their commission of reference memory errors, but differences in working memory and motivation to complete the maze task were specific to the type of prenatal CMF.
Attenuation of epilepsy-induced brain damage in the temporal cortices of rats by exposure to LTP-patterned magnetic fields
Geophysical Variables and Behavior: Xci. Ambulatory Behavior in Rats following Prenatal Exposures to Complex Magnetic Fields Designed to Interact with Genetic Expression
The results suggest that complexity of the applied magnetic field during prenatal development may be more important than intensity for permanently affecting neuronal organization and behavior.