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《Journal of Hebei University(Natural Science Edition)》 2008-01
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Effects of 50 Hz Ferromagnetic Field on the Concentrations of Intracellular Calcium-ion in vitro

GUO Hong-yong1,ZHENG Mo2,XING Ling-xiao3,FAN Chang-zai1,ZHANG Xiang-hong3,YAN Wei-li1(1.School of Electrical Engineering and Automation,Hebei University of Technology,Tianjin 300130,China;2.Department of Pathology,Fifth Center Hospital,Tianjin 300450,China;3.Department of Experimental Pathology,Hebei Medical University,Shijiazhuang 050017,China)  
The study was designed to observe the effects of 50 Hz homogeneous ferromagnetic field(0.097 T) exposure on change of intracellular calcium-ion concentration of human low differentiation gastric adenocarcinoma cell line—SNU and lymphocytes in vitro.SNU cells and human peripheral blood lymphocytes in vitro were exposured to 50 Hz homogeneous ferromagnetic field at different time peroids.Cells were harvested after magnetic field exposure.The concentration of intracellular calcium-ion of cells in control and different experimental groups were measured with confocal microscope.The concentration of intracellular calcium-ion of SNU cells and human peripheral blood lymphocytes were all increased after magnetic field exposure.
【Fund】: 河北省自然科学基金资助项目(502046)
【CateGory Index】: R73-3
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