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Measurement of biological response to weak low-frequency electromagnetic fields

Project of the Scientific Grant Agency VEGA 2/0138/16

Duration of the project: 01/2016 - 12/2018

Principal investigator: Mgr. Michal Teplan, PhD.

Research topic is based on the perspective of electromagnetic (EM) principles of living system operation. The overall objective of the research is to expand knowledge of the impact of weak external low frequency EM fieldson functioning of selected biological objects. The main aim of the research is to design a new experimental approach enabling efficient scanning through EM fields parameters, while searching for specific resonanceresponse of investigated biosystem. Methods based on the impedance spectroscopy will be developed in order to determine the response in a form of shifted growth rate of cell cultures in an aqueous medium. The morphologyand kinetics of the cells will be studied by image analysis obtained from a video-microscopy. The results will be analyzed for their possible applications in emergent problems of contemporary society. 

Measurement Science Review (On-Line Journal)
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