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By Shoogo Ueno, Masakazu Iwasaka (auth.), Shoogo Ueno (eds.)

The overseas Symposium on organic results of Magnetic and Electrom- netic Fields used to be held from September 3-4, 1993 at Kyushu college in Fukuoka . Japan . initially, it used to be merely meant to be a casual collecting of many scientists who had authorised my invitation to go to Kyushu collage after the XXIVth normal meeting of the foreign Union of Radio technological know-how (URSI), held in Kyoto ahead of our symposium . even if, on account that such a lot of exclusive scientists have been in a position to come, it was once made up our minds extra formal symposium will be attainable . It was once a truly effective symposium and, therefore, a few of the site visitors consented that it'd be a good suggestion to assemble the entire info placed forth on the assembly and feature it released. additionally, even if they have been regrettably not able to wait the symposium . many different exceptional scientists had additionally expressed their desire to give a contribution to this attempt and, in so doing. aid to extend figuring out during this, as but, particularly immature box of technology . The query of either optimistic and unwanted effects of magnetic and electromagnetic fields on organic structures has turn into a growing number of very important in our global this present day as they .

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The four major sources of electrical noise in biological membranes include: (1) Johnson-Nyquist thermally-generated electrical noise, which produces a 3 nV transmembrane voltage shift at physiological temperatures; (2) l/f noise associated with ion current flows through membrane channels, which typically produces a 10 )iV transmembrane voltage shift: (3) "shot" noise, which results from the discrete nature of ionic charge carriers and is a minor source of membrane electrical noise; and (4) endogenous biological background fields produced by electrically active organs such as the heart, muscles and the nervous system, which can exceed the contribution of physical noise sources by an order of magnitude or more.

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