Temporally incoherent magnetic fields mitigate the response of biological systems to temporally coherent magnetic fields.

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We have previously demonstrated that a weak, extremely-low-frequency magnetic field must be coherent for some minimum length of time (approximately 10 s) in order to affect the specific activity of ornithine decarboxylase (ODC) in L929 mouse cells. In this study we explore whether or not the superposition of an incoherent (noise) magnetic field can block… (More)

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@article{Litovitz1994TemporallyIM, title={Temporally incoherent magnetic fields mitigate the response of biological systems to temporally coherent magnetic fields.}, author={Theodore A Litovitz and D Krause and Charles J. Montrose and J. M. Mullins}, journal={Bioelectromagnetics}, year={1994}, volume={15 5}, pages={399-409} }