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Criteria of identification of individual heart cycle phases according to an ECG curve are described in this paper.

The response of the cardiovascular system to acupuncture treatment is studied in the present paper.

It is shown that the mechanism of action of magnetic fields at body level is based on the development of…

The paper describes some concepts on processes occurring in the neuroendocrine and immune systems during development of general unspecific adaptational…

At present, control of properties of biological membranes as targets of magnetic field applications within a living cell is the subject of considerable discussion in the scientific community. Experimental studies carried out by us demonstrate that ULF MF has an access to the most important mechanisms of tumor growth. The most likely mechanism among them is that responsible for the processes of free-radicals oxidation.

The aim of our studies was to discover responses of the membrane systems in neurons and cardiomyocytes as well as mechanisms of influences and effects produced by the broadband-spectrum stochastic electromagnetic radiation (BBSS EMR) on them according to data on membrane potential (MP) levels and action potential (AP) parameters obtained by us.

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