N . Clarkson

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The hypothesis that exposure to a certain combination of static and alternating electromagnetic fields (EMFs) results in an increase in motility of the marine diatom Amphora coffeaeformis was tested. Diatom motility in three strains of A. coffeaeformis was positively correlated with extracellular calcium ion (Ca2+) concentration. The test apparatus(More)
PURPOSE To investigate the hypothesis that exposure to a certain combination of static and time-varying electromagnetic fields (EMF) results in an increase in motility of the marine diatom Amphora coffeaeformis. MATERIALS AND METHODS Diatom motility on agar was positively correlated with calcium ion (Ca2+) concentration. In previous experiments extremely(More)
Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death and a major cause of morbidity worldwide. Despite an enormous amount of research, treatment options are limited. Tissue plasminogen activator is restricted to the few hours after stroke; beyond this window, treatment is limited to supportive care, secondary prevention, and rehabilitation. Neuroprotection, the(More)
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