Bridlewood Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) Information Service
Extensive Bibliography on Electromagnetic Fields and Health
Compiled by: Richard W. Woodley
    Scientific Journal Articles

  1. Aarholt, E., E.A. Flin, & C.W. Smith, "Effects of Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields on Bacterial Growth Rate", Physiological Medical Biology, Vol. 26(4)613-621, 1981.

  2. Aarholt, E., et al., "Magnetic Fields Effect Lac Operon System", Physiological Medical Biology, 27, No. 4, pp. 606-610, 1982.

  3. Adair, Eleanor, "Nurturing Electrophobia", IEEE Spectrum, August 1990.

  4. Adair, Eleanor R., Sharon A. Kelleher, Gary W. Mack, & Tamara S. Morocco, "Thermophysiological Responses of Human Volunteers During Controlled Whole-Body Radio Frequency Exposure at 450 Mhz", Bioelectromagnetics, Volume 19, Number 4, 1998.

  5. Adair, R.K., "Constraints on biological effects of weak extremely-low-frequency electromagnetic fields", Phys Rev A 43:1039-1048, 1991

  6. Adair, Robert K., "Effects of ELF Magnetic Fields on Biological Magnetite, Bioelectromagnetics, Vol. 14, No. 1, 1993.

  7. Adey, W.R. , “Biological effects of electromagnetic fields”, J. Cell. Biochem, 51. 410-416, 1993.

  8. Adey, W. Ross, "Cell membranes, electromagnetic fields and cancer promotion", abstract, American Chemical Society, 195:153, 1987.

  9. Adey, W. Ross, "Cell Membranes: The Electromagnetic Environment and Cancer Promotion", Neurochemical Research, 13:671-677, 1988.

  10. Adey, W. Ross, "Frequency and power windowing in tissue interactions with weak electromagnetic fields", Proceedings of the IEEE, 68:119-125, 1980.

  11. Adey, W. Ross, "Joint Actions of Environmental Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Fields and Chemical Pollution in Cancer Promotion", Environmental Health Perspectives, 86, pp. 297-305, 1990.

  12. Adey, W. Ross, "Tissue Interactions with Non-ionizing Electromagnetic Fields", Psychological Reviews, Vol. 61, No. 2, pp. 435-514, April 1981.

  13. Adey, W. R., "Whispering Between Cells: Electromagnetic Fields and Regulatory Mechanisms in Tissue", Frontier Perspectives, Vol. 3, No. 2, 1993.

  14. Adey, W.R., Bawin, S.M. and Lawrence, A.F., "Effects of weak amplitude- modulated microwave fields on calcium efflux from awake cat cerebral cortex", Bioelectromagnetics, 3:295-307, 1982.

  15. Adrian, D., "Auditory and visual sensations stimulated by low-frequency electric currents", Radio Science, 12, No. 6(5):243-250, 1977.

  16. Ahlbom, A., "A review of the epidemiological literature on magnetic fields and cancer", Scandinavian Journal of Work and Environmental Health, 14:337-343, 1988.

  17. Ahlbom, A., M. Feychting, M. Koskenvuo, J.H. Olsen, E. Pukkala, G. Schulgen, & P. Verkasalo, , "Electromagnetic Fields and Childhood Cancer", The Lancet, 343:1295-1296, 1993.

  18. Ahlbom, Anders, & Ylva Rodval, letter re brain cancer, The Lancet, November 25, 1989.

  19. Albert, E.N. and DeSantis, M., "Do microwaves alter nervous system structure?", Ann NY Acad Sci, 247:87-108, 1975.

  20. Aldrich, T.E., & C.E. Easterly, "Electromagnetic Fields and Public Health", Environmental Health Perspectives, Vol. 75, pp.159-171, 1987.

  21. Aldrich, T.E., et al., "Florida Cluster of Five Children with Endodermal Sinus Tumors, Possible Environmental Risk", Oncology, Vol. 41, 233-238, 1984. Algers, B. & K. Hennichs, ” The effects of exposure to 400 kV transmission lines on the fertility of cows: A retrospective cohort study”, Prev. Vet. Med., 3,352-361, 1986. Algers, B., & J. Hultgren, “Cows ander 400 kV power lines: effects on ovulation and fertility”, Svensk Veterinartidning, 38, 229-235, 1986. Algers, B. and J. Hultgren, “Effects of long-term exposure to 400-kV, 50 Hz transmission line on estrous and fertility in cows”, Prev. Vet. Med., 5. 21-27, 1987.

  22. Amemiya, Y., "Researches on Biological and Electromagnetic Environments in RF and Microwave Regions in Japan" IEICE Trans Commun, E77B(6):693-698, 1994.

  23. American Journal of Epidemiology, cancer cluster papers, Vol. 132:Supplement, June 1990.

  24. Ames, B.N, et al., "Carcinogens are mutagens: A simple test system combining liver homogenates for activation and bacteria for detection", Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 70:2281-2285, 1973.

  25. Anderson, L.E., "Biological Effects of Extremely Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields: In Vivo Studies", American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal, 54(4):186-96, 1993.

  26. Anderson, Larry, "ELF: Exposure Levels, Bioeffects and Epidemiology", Health Physics, July 1991.

  27. Anderson, L.E., F.C. Leung, D.N. Rommereim, R.L. Buschbom, B.W. Wilson, & R.G. Stevens, "Effects of chronic 60-Hz electric field exposure on mammary tumorgenesis in the rat", submitted to Cancer Research.

  28. Andrienko, L.G., "Experimental study of the effects of industrial frequency electromagnetic fields on reproductive function", JPRS, 70101:1-5, 1977.

  29. Andrienko, L.G., Y.D. Dumanskiy, V.F. Rouditchenko, & G.I. Meliechko, "The influence of an electrical field of industrial frequency on spermatogenesis", Vrach. Delo, 11:116-118, 1977.

  30. Angell, R. F., M. R. Schott, R. J. Raleigh, & T. D. Bracken, “ Effects of a high-voltage direct-current transmission line on beef cattle production, Bioelectromagnetics, 11, 273-282, 1990.

  31. Arber, S.L. and Lin, J.C., "Microwave-induced changes in nerve cells: effects of modulation and temperature", Bioelectromagnetics, 6:257-270, 1985.

  32. Armstrong, B.G., J.E. Deadman, & G. Theriault, "Comparison of indices of ambient exposure to 60 Hz electric and magnetic fields, Bioelectromagnetics, 11:337-342, 1990.

  33. Armstrong, Ben, Gilles Theriault, Pascal Guenel, Jan Deadman, Marcel Goldberg, Paul Heroux, Study re the association between exposure to pulsed electromagnetic fields and cancer in electrical utility company workers from Quebec and France, American Journal of Epidemiology, November, 1994.

  34. Aw, Tar-Ching, "Living Under Pylons: If Electromagnetic Fields Are Carcinogenic the Effect is Weak", commentary, British Medical Journal, 297, pp. 804-805, October 1, 1988.

  35. Ayrapetyan, Sinerik N., Khachik V. Grigorian, Arpat S. Avanesian, & Khachik V. Stamboltsian, "Magnetic fields alter electrical properties of solutions and their physiological effects", Bioelectromagnetics, Volume 15, Number 2, 1994.

  36. Azanza, Maria J., "Steady Magnetic Fields Mimic the Effect of Caffeine on Neurons", Brain Research, 489, pp. 195-198, 1989.

  37. Balcer-Kubczek, E.K., & G.H. Harrison, "Evidence for Microwave Carcinogenesis in Vitro", Carcinogenesis, 6, pp. 859-864, 1989.

  38. Balode, S., “Assessment of radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation by the micronucleus test in bovine peripheral erythrocytes”, Sci. Total Envirornm., 180, 81-.85, 1996.

  39. 1998.Band, Pierre, et al., "Cohort study of Air Canada pilots: Mortality, cancer incidence and leukemia risk”, American Journal of Epidemiology, 143, no.2, pp. 137-143,1996.

  40. Banks, Robert, F.S. Perry, & L. Pearl, "Letters to the Editor", re depression and ELF exposure, Public Health, 102, pp. 393-394, 1988.

  41. Baranski, S., "Histological and histochemical effects of microwave irradiation on the central nervous system of rabbits and guinea pigs", Am J Physiol Med, 51:182-190, 1972.

  42. Barnes, Frank S., "Mechanisms of Interaction of Magnetic Fields with Biological Systems", IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 24, pp. 2101-2104, July 1988.

  43. Barron, C.I., & A.A. Baraff, "Medical considerations of exposure to microwaves (radar)", Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 168, p 1194-1199, 1958.

  44. Bastian, J., "Electrosensory Organisms", Physics Today, 30-37, February 1994.

  45. Bates, M.N., "Extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields and cancer: the epidemiological evidence", Environmental Health Perspectives, 95:147-156, 1991.

  46. Batkin, S., & F.L. Tabrah, "Effects of alternating magnetic field (12 gauss) on transplanted neuroblastoma", Research Communications in Chemical Pathology and Pharmacology, 16:351-362, February 1977.

  47. Bauchinger, M, R. Hauf, E. Schmid, & J. Dresp, "Analysis of structural chromosome changes and SCE after occupational long term exposure to electric and magnetic fields from 380 kV-systems", Radiation and Environmental Biophysics, 19:235-238, 1981.

  48. Baum, et al., "A histopathological study on alterations in DMBAinduced mammary carcinogenesis in rats with 50 Hz, 100 ?T magnetic field exposure", Carcinogenesis, 16:119-125, 1995.

  49. Baumann, S., et al., "Lack of effects from 2000-Hz magnetic fields on mammary adenocarcinoma and reproductive hormones in rats, Bioelectromagnetics, 10:329-333, 1989.

  50. Bawin, S.M., & W. Ross Adey, "Sensitivity of calcium binding in cerebral tissue to weak environmental electric fields oscillating at low frequency", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 73:1999-2003, 1976..

  51. Bawin, S.M., Gavalas-Medici, R.J. and Adey, W.R., "Effects of modulated very high frequency fields on specific brain rhythms in cats", Brain Res, 58:365-384, 1973.

  52. Bawin, S.M., Kaczmarek, L.K. and Adey, W.R., "Effects of modulated VHF fields on the central nervous system", Annals NY Acad Sci, 247:74-81, 1975.

  53. Bawin, S.M., A. Sheppard, & W.Ross Adey, "Possible Mechanisms of Weak Electromagnetic Field Coupling in Brain Tissue", Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics, 5:67-76, 1978.

  54. Beal, James, "Bioelectromagnetics: Yesterday's Superstition -- Tomorrow's Science", BEMI Currents (Bio-Electro-Magnetics Institute Newsletter), V. 1, No. 1, Spring 1989.

  55. Beal, James, "Electromagnetic Fields: How Dangerous?", Frontier Perspectives, Vol. 3, No. 1, Pg. 22, Fall, 1992.

  56. Beale I.L., Booth, R.J,, & Pearce N.E., “Chronic Health Problems in Adults Living Near High-Voltage Transmission Lines: Evidence for a Dose-Response Relation with Magnetic Field Exposure”, Bioelectromagnetics, 18: 584-594, 1997.

  57. Becker, Robert O., "Comments on Biological Effects of Power Line Fields", Journal of Bioelectricity, 7, pp. 103-118, 1988.

  58. Becker, Robert O., "Electromagnetic Forces and Life Processes", Technology Review (MIT), 75:32-38, 1972.

  59. Beers, G. Jerome, "Biological Effects of Weak Electromagnetic Fields forom 0 Hz to 200 MHz: A survey of the literature with special emphasis on possible magnetic resonance effects", Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Vol. 7, pp. 309-331, 1989.

  60. Bell, G.B., A.A. Marino, & A.L. Chesson, "Frequency-specific Blocking in the Human Brain Caused by Electromagnetic Fields", Neuroreport, 5(4):510-512, 1994.

  61. Belokrinitskiy, V.S.,. "Destructive and reparative processes in hippocampus with long-term exposure to nonionizing radiation." in U.S.S.R. Report, Effects of Nonionizing Microwave Radiation, No. 7, JPRS, 1982.

  62. Benz, R.D., & A.L. Carsten, "Effects on dominant lethal mutations, multi-generational prosperity, and bone marrow sister chromatid exchanges and cell cycle time by 60 hertz 50 kilovolts/meter 10 gauss electric-magnetic fields in two strains of mice", Environmental Mutagenesis, 8(Suppl. 6):10-11, 1986.

  63. Bernhardt, J., "The direct influence of electromagnetic fields on nerve cells and muscle cells of man within the frequency range of 1 hertz to 30 megahertz, Radiation and Environmental Biophysics, 16:309-323, 1979.

  64. Bernhardt, J.H., "The Establishment of Frequency Dependent Limits for Electric and Magnetic Fields and Evaluation of Indirect Effects", Radiation and Environmental Biophysics, 27, pp. 1-27, 1988.

  65. Bernstein, L., et al., "Urinary Estrogens and Male-to-Female Breast Cancer Ratios", International Journal of Cancer, (letter to the editor) 44:954-956, 1989.

  66. Berry, G., M. Newhouse, & P. Antonio, "Combined effects of asbestos and smoking on mortality from lung cancer and mesothelioma in factory workers", British Journal of Industrial Medicine, 42:12-18, 1985.

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  69. Blackman, C.F., "A Role for the Magnetic Field in the Radiation-Induced Efflux of Calcium Ions from Brain Tissue in Vitro", Bioelectromagnetics, 6, pp. 327-332, 1982.

  70. Blackman, Carl. "Do Electromagnetic Fields Pose Health Problems?", Frontier Perspectives, Vol. 2. No. 2., 1991.

  71. Blackman, C.F., Benane, S.G., Elder, J.A., House, D.E., Lampe, J.A. and Faulk, J.M., "Induction of calcium ion efflux from brain tissue by radiofrequency radiation: effect of sample number and modulation frequency on the power-density window", Bioelectromagnetics, 1:35-43, 1980.

  72. Blackman, C.F., Benane, S.G., Elliot, D.J., House, D.E. and Pollock, M.M., "Influence of electromagnetic fields on the efflux of calcium ions from brain tissue, in vivo: a three-model analysis consistent with the frequency response up to 510 Hz.", Bioelectromagnetics, 9:215-227, 1988.

  73. Blackman, C.F., Benane, S.G. and House, D.E., "The influence of temperature during electric and magnetic-field induced alteration of calcium- ion release from in vitro brain tissue", Bioelectromagnetics, 12:173-182,1991.

  74. Blackman, C.F., S.G. Benane, D.E. House, & M.M. Pollock, "Action of 50 Hz Magnetic Fields on Neurite Outgrowth in Pheochromocytoma Cells", Bioelectromagnetics, Vol. 14, No. 3, 1993.

  75. Blackman, C.F., S. G. Benane, D. E. House, W. T Joines, "Effects of ELF(1120Hz) and Modulated (50Hz) RF Fields on the Efflux of Calcium Ions From Brain Tissue in Vitro", Bioelectromagnetics, 6, pp 1-11, 1985.

  76. Blackman, C.F., Benane, S.G., Joines, W.T., Hollis, M.A. and House, D. E., "Calcium ion efflux from brain tissue: power density versus internal field- intensity dependencies at 50-MHz RF radiation", Bioelectromagnetics, 1:277-283, 1980.

  77. Blackman C.F., J.P. Blanchard, S.G. Benane, & D.E. House, "Empirical Test of an Ion Parametric Resonance Model for Magnetic Field Interactions with PC12 Cells", Bioelectromagnetics, Vol. 15, No. 3, 1994.

  78. Blackman, C.F., J.A. Elder, C.M. Weil, S.G. Benane, D.C. Eichinger, & D.E. House, "Induction of Calciumion Efflux from Brain Tissue by RadioFrequency Radiation : Effects of Modulation Frequency and Field Strength", Radio Science, 14:93-98, 1979.

  79. Blackman C.F., & B. Most, "A scheme for incorporating DC magnetic fields into epidemiological studies of EMF exposure", Bioelectromagnetics, 14 (5), pp. 413-31, 1993.

  80. Blackman, Carl F., et al., "Effect of Ambient Levels of Power-Line-Frequency Electric Fields on a Developing Vertabrate", Bioelectromagnetics, 9, pp. 129-140, 1988.

  81. Blackman, Carl F., et al., "Multiple Power-Density Windows and Their Possible Origin" Bioelectromagnetics, 10, pp. 115-128, 1989.

  82. Blanchard, J.P, & C.F. Blackman, "Clarification and Application of an Ion Parametric Resonance Model for Magnetic Field Interactions With Biological Systems", Bioelectromagnetics, Vol. 15, No. 3, 1994.

  83. Blanchi, D.L., et al., "Exposure of mammalians to strong 50 Hz electric fields, (1), effects on the proportion of the different leucotyte types, (2), effect on heart's and brain's electrical activity, Arch. Fisiol., Volume 70, pp. 30-34, 1973.

  84. Blank, M., “Biological effects of environmental electromagnetic fields”, Molecular Mechanisms. Biosystems, 35,175-178, 1995

  85. Blank, Martin & Reba Goodman, “Do Electromagnetic Fields Interact Directly with DNA?”, Bioelectromagnetics, Volume 18, Number 2, 1997.

  86. Blank, M, & L. Soo, "Enhancement of Cytochrome Oxidase Activity in 60-Hz Magnetic Fields", Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics, 45(2):253-59, May 1998.

  87. Blondin, Jean-Pierre, Duc-Hai Nguyen, Julie Sbeghen, Daniel Goulet, Claude Cardinal, P. Sarma Maruvada, Michel Plante, & William H. Bailey, "Human Perception of Electric Fields and Ion Currents Associated With HighVoltage DC Transmission Lines", Bioelectromagnetics, Volume 17, Number 3, 1996

  88. Bonnell, J.A., "Effects of electric fields near power-transmission plant", J. Royal Soc. Med., 75:938-941.

  89. Bonnell, J.A., "Leukemia in electrical workers", The Lancet, ii 1168, 1983.

  90. Borghesi, J.L., & V. Delpizzo, "Development and Evaluation of a Location-Specific Wire Code", Bioelectromagnetics, Vol. 15, No. 4, 1994.

  91. Bowman, J.D., D.C. Thomas, S.J. London, & J.M. Peters, "Hypothesis: The Risk of Childhood Leukemia Is Related to Combinations of Power-Frequency and Static Magnetic Fields, p.48, Bioelectromagnetics, Vol. 16, No. 1, 1995.

  92. Bowman, J.D., et al., "Exposures to Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) Electromagnetic Fields in Occupations with Elevated Leukemia", Applied Industrial Hygiene, 3, pp. 189-194, June, 1988.

  93. Bracken, T. Dan, Richard F. Rankin, Russell S. Senior, J. Richard Alldredge, & Stanley S. Sussman, "Magnetic Field Exposure Among Utility Workers", Bioelectromagnetics, Vol. 16., No. 4, 1995.

  94. Brent, R.L., W.E. Gordon, W.R. Bennett, & D.A. Beckman, "Reproductive and Teratologic Effects of Electromagnetic Fields", Reproductive Toxicology, 7 (6), pp. 535-580, November-December, 1993.

  95. Bridges, J.E., "Environmental considerations concerning the biological effects of power frequency (50 or 60 Hz) electric fields", IEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus Systems, Vol. PAS-97, pp. 19-32, January/February, 1978.

  96. Bridges, Jack E., & M. Preache, "Biological Influences of Power Frequency Electric Fields A Tutorial Review from a Physical & Experimental Viewpoint", Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 69(9), pp. 1092-1106, September 1981.

  97. Broadbent, D., M. Broadbent, J. Male, & M. Jones, "Health of Workers Exposed to Electric Fields", British Journal of Industrial Medicine, 42:75-84, 1985.

  98. Brown, H.D., & S.K. Chattapadhyay, "Electromagnetic Field Exposure and Cancer", Cancer Biochemistry Biophysics, 9, pp. 295-342, May 1988.

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  102. Burchard, J.F., D.H. Nguyen, & E. Block, “Progesterone concentrations during estrous cycle of dairy cows exposed to electric and magnetic fields, Bioelectromagnetics, Volume 19, Number 7, 1998

  103. Butrous, G.S., J.C. Male, R.S. Webber, D.G. Barton, S.J. Meldrum, J.A. Bonnell, & A.J. Camm, "The effect of power-frequency high-intensity electric fields on implanted cardiac pacemakers", PACE, 6:1282-1292, 1983.

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  107. Calle, E.E., & David A. Savitz, "Leukemia in Occupational Groups with Presumed Exposure to Electric and Magnetic Fields", New England Journal of Medicine, 313(23):1476-77, 1985.

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  109. Cain, C., W.J. Thomas, & W.R. Adey, "60-Hz Magnetic Field Effects on C3H10T1/2 Fibroblasts", BEMS abstract, p. 19, 1990.

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  117. Cehn, J.I., "Childhood leukemia and electric power consumption--revisited", Health Physics Society Newsletter, pp. 4-5, July, 1992.

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  119. Chagovetz & Grissom, "Magnetic Field Effects in Adenosylcob(III)alamin Photolysis: Relevance to B12 Enzymes", J. Am. Chem. Soc., 115, pp. 12152-12157, 1993.

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  145. Creim, J.A., R.H. Lovely, R.J. Weigel, W.C. Forsythe, & L.E. Anderson, "Rats Avoid Exposure to HVdc Electric Fields: A Dose Response Study", Bioelectromagnetics, Vol. 14, No. 4, 1993.

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  147. d'Ambrosio, G., et al., "Chromosomal Aberrations in Bovine Lymphocytes Exposed to 50 Hz Electric Currents", Journal of Bioelectricity, 7, pp. 239-245, 1988-89.

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