Authored by: James Lin
Published on: Nov 24, 2019
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It is a pleasure to announce Bioelectromagnetics, Volume 40, Issue #8 (December 2019) is NOW Online (see below).
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BIOELECTROMAGNETICS December 2019 issue is NOW AVAILABLE online
The link https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/1521186x/current will take you to articles in the current issue.
Find out what’s new in bioelectromagnetics research. The BEM journal serves as a focal point for scientists, professionals, academics, graduate students, fellows, and associates pursuing research throughout the world. It is committed to publishing high-quality, independently peer-reviewed research and review articles focusing on experimental, theoretical, and clinical aspects of the interaction and application of electromagnetic fields and waves in biological systems. We thank our authors for submitting their discovery and innovation for publication in Bioelectromagnetics. Highlights of this issue include:Melatonin Levels and Low‐Frequency Magnetic Fields in Humans and Rats: New Insights From a Bayesian Logistic Regression
- Melatonin Levels and Low‐Frequency Magnetic Fields in Humans and Rats: New Insights From a Bayesian Logistic Regression
- Millimeter‐Wave Heating in In Vitro Studies: Effect of Convection in Continuous and Pulse‐Modulated Regimes
- Effects of 171 MHz Low‐Intensity Electromagnetic Field on Glucocorticoid and Mineral Corticoid Activity of the Adrenal Glands of Rats
- T‐Cell Differentiation to T Helper 9 Phenotype is Elevated by Extremely Low‐Frequency Electromagnetic Fields Via Induction of IL‐2 Signaling
- Characterization of Levels of Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields Emitted From Portable Hand‐Held Fans
- Evaluation of Radiofrequency and Extremely Low‐Frequency Field Levels at Children's Playground Sites in Greece From 2013 to 2018
- Comment on: Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy in the Treatment of Pain and Other Symptoms in Fibromyalgia: A Randomized Controlled Study
- Bioelectromagnetics Referees 2019
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Professor James Lin, Ph.D.
University of Illinois at Chicago (M/C 154)
Chicago, Illinois 60607-7053 USA