EMF and cell differentiation: Tissue responses and activated genes
The aim of the present research is to demonstrate whether electromagnetic fields with a 50 Hz sine wave pattern have a direct or indirect effect on biological processes. Starting from biological models showing significant modifications after exposure to specific low frequencies and low -amplitude asymmetric pulse train modulated electric or electromagnetic fields, we investigate whether some characteristics of those patterns and their possible biological effects could be generated by a 50 Hz sine wave.
Our strategy includes three different research axes:
- Classification of the physical characteristics of electromagnetic fields.
- Description and characterisation of the biological response to specific electromagnetic fields.
- Investigation of the cellular mechanisms activated by the electromagnetic signal and identification of the "receptor mechanism".