Publications scientifiques internationales - Bibliographie

Chapitre 6 & 7 – Publications scientifiques internationales – Bibliographie

Dossier scientifique - CMO

6. Publications scientifiques internationales

Publications scientifiques internationales « peer reviewed » des travaux expérimentaux initiés par Tecnolab et concernant la technologie CMO (Compensatory Magnetic Oscillation – Tecno AO)

Bioelectromagnetics. Vol. 18, N° 7, 1997, p. 514-523.

Biological Effects of Continuous Exposure of Embryos and Young Chickens to Electromagnetic Fields Emitted by Video Display Units. B.J. Youbicier-Simo, F. Boudard, C. Cabaner and M. Bastide, Laboratory of Immunology, College of Pharmacy, University of Montpellier 1, France.

Progress In Radiation Protection (Irpa Publication Series) – Non Ionizing Radiation. NIR 99, Vol. 1, 1999, p. 213-242.

Electromagnetic Biocompatibility at Workplace : Protection Principles, Assessment and Tests. Results of an EMF Protective Compensation Technology in Humans and in Animals. G. J. Hyland1, D.J. Clements-Croome 2

  1. - University of Warwick, Coventry, UK and International Institute of Biophysics, Germany.
  2. - University of Reading, UK.

 

Japanese Review of Clinical Ophtalmology. Vol. 11, N° 93, 1999, pages 1634-1637, 32-35.

Ocular functions during loading by visual display terminal and the effect of Tecno AO. Yayoi Satou, Akiko Hara, Kouji Oono, Hiromi Kikuchi, Hiroe Matsuzaki, Tatsuto Namba and Mikio Miyata,School of Medicine Kitasato University, 1-15-1 Kitasato, Sagamihara, Kanagawa, 228-8555, Japan.

Healthy Buildings 2000: Exposure, Human Responses and Building Investigations. Syr Indoor Air Vol. 1, 2000, pages 119-124.

Computers and Health in the Workplace. Derek J.Clements-Croome1, John Jukes2

  1. - Department of Construction Management and Engineering, University of Reading, UK.
  2. - Jukes Association, Old Couldson, UK.

 

Radioprotecção (Radioprotection) The Journal of the Portuguese Society for Radiation Protection (IRPA). Vol. 1, N° 8 and 9, 2000-2001, p. 105-123, ISSN 874-7016.

Review of Studies Validating the Protective Efficacy of a New Technology (*) Designed to Compensate Potential Adverse Bioeffects Caused by VDU and GSM Cell Phone Radiation. (*) : Tecno AO : international registered patent). B.J. Youbicier-Simo, R. Messagier, M. Fillion-Robin, Tecnolab Research Centre, ZAC de la Thalie, Av. de l’Europe, 71100 Chalon-sur-Saône, France.

Indoor and Built Environment. Vol. 10, N°5, 2001, pages 91-98.

Toxicologic study of electromagnetic radiation emitted by television and video display screens and cellular telephones on chickens and mice. M. Bastide1, B. J. Youbicier-Simo1-2, J.C.Lebecq1, J.Giaimis1

  1. - Laboratory of Immunology and Parasitology, MENRT-EA 2413, College of Pharmacy, University of Montpellier I.
  2. - Tecnolab Research Centre, Chalon-sur-Saône, France.

 

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. Vol. 89, Issue 1, 2003, pages 48-55.

Effects of mobile phone radiation on reproduction and development in Drosophila melanogaster.
Weisbrot David1, Lin Hana2, Ye Lin1, Blank Martin3 and Reba Goodman1

  1. - Department of Pathology, Columbia University Health Sciences, NewYork.
  2. - Department of Anatony, Columbia University Health Sciences.
  3. - Department of Physiology, Columbia University Health Sciences.

7. Bibliographie

Liste exhaustive des travaux sur CMO édités par les congrès scientifiques, réf. des abstracts des proceedings books dans le livre : Les Champs Électromagnétiques et le Vivant, I.de Joncourt et coll..

1. Standards

Binhi V.N, Fillion-Robin M. : Theoretical and Experimental Evidences where Present Safety Standards Conflict with Reality Electromagnetic Environment. Health in Buildings Conference ; Royal College of Physicians, Proceedings, May 2002, London.

Hyland G.J. : Physics and biology of mobile telephony. The Lancet, 2000 ; 356 : 1833-1836.

Hyland G.J. : Non-thermal bioeffects induced by low intensity microwave irradiation of living systems. Eng. Sci. Educ. J., 1998 ; 7, 261-268.

Linde T, Mild K.H. : Measurement of low frequency magnetic fields from digital cellular telephones. Bioelectromagnetics, 1997 ; 18, 184-186.

Parlement Européen : STOA – Évaluation des choix scientifiques et technologiques. Hyland G.J., dossier de synthèse sur les options existantes et résumé analytique : Effets physiologiques et environnementaux des rayonnements électromagnétiques non ionisants. The Physiological and environmental effects of non-ionising electromagnetic radiation.- PE n° 297.574, Mars 2001.

Weisbrot D., Lin H., Ye L., Blank M., and Goodman R. : Effects of mobile phone radiation on reproduction and development in Drosophila melanogaster. J. of Cellular Biochemistry.89(1), p. 48-55, 2003.

2. Biophysique – mode d’action

Binhi V.N., 1991 : Induction of metastable states of water. Preprint n° 3, Cise Vent, Moscow, p. 35. [In Russian].

Binhi V.N., 1997 : Interference of ion quantum states within a protein explains weak magnetic field’s effect on biosystems. Electro and Magnetobiology, 16(3), p. 203-214.

Binhi V.N., 1998 : Interference mechanism for some biological effects of pulsed magnetic fields. Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics, 45, p. 73-81.

Binhi V.N., 1998 : Structural defects of liquid water in magnetic and electric fields. Biomedical Radioelectronics, 2, p. 15-28. [In Russian]

Binhi V.N., 2000 : Amplitude and frequency dissociation spectra of ion-protein complexes rotating in magnetic fields. Bioelectromagnetics, 21 (1), p. 34?]45.

Binhi V.N. and Goldman, R., 2000 : Ion-protein dissociation predicts “windows” in electric field-induced wound-cell proliferation. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta,1474, p. 147?]156.

Binhi V.N., 2002 : Magnetobiology : Underlying Physical Problems. London Academic Press.

Goldsworthy A., Whitney H. and Morris E. : Biological Effects of Physically Conditioned Water. Water Research, vol. 33, n° 7, p.1618-1626, 1999.

3. Champs ultra-faibles

Belyaev, I. Ya., Shcheglov, V.S., Alipov, Ye. D. and Polunin, V.A., 1996 : Resonance effect of millimeter waves in the power range from 10-19 to 3⋅ 10-3 W/cm2 on Escherichia coli cells at different concentrations. Bioelectromagnetics, 17, p. 312-321.

Delgado, J.M.R., Leal, J., Monteagudo, J.L. and Garcia, M.J., 1982 : Embryological changes induced by weak, extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields. Journal of Anatomy,134, p. 553?]561.

Fesenko, E.E., Novikov, V.V. and Shvetsov, Yu.P., 1997 : Molecular mechanisms of the biological effects of weak magnetic fields. Biophysics, 42 (3) : 742?]745.

Kouznetsov, A.P., Golant M.B. and Bozhanova, T.P., 1997 : Receipt by cell culture of the electromagnetic EHF radiation with the intensity below the noise. In : Millimeter Waves in Medicine and Biology, Institute of Radio-engineering and Radio-electronics RAS, Moscow, p.145-147.

4. Expérimentations – exposition EM avec ou sans CMO

Arnetz B.B., Berg M. : Melatonin and adrenocorticotropic hormone levels in video display unit workers during work and leisure. JOEM1996 ; 38 : 1108-1110.

Bastide M., Youbicier-Simo B.J., Lebecq J.C, Giaimis J. : Toxicologic study of electromagnetic radiation emitted by television and video display screens and cellular telephones on chickens and mice. Indoor and Built Environment, 2001 :  vol 10, 5, 91-98.

Bawin S.M., Adey W.R., Sabbot I.M. : Ionic factors in release of 45Ca+ from chicken cerebral tissue by electromagnetic fields. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., USA, 1978 ; 12, 631-638.

Bianchi N., Cosignani P., Rovelli A., Tittarelli A., Carnelli C.A., Rossitto F., Vanelli U., Porro E., Berrino F. : Overhead electricity power lines and childhood leukemia : a registry-based case-control study. Tumori 2000 ; 195-198.

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

Bonhomme-Faivre L., Santini R., Marion R., Bottius L., Pham N.L.., Orbachs-Arbouys S., Auclair H. :  Haematological changes observed in mice placed in front of a colour television screen : a parallel study with protective equipment. Proc. Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS) ; 20-24 June 1999 ; Long Beach, CA, USA.

Bonhomme-Faivre L., Santini R., Orbachs-Arbouys S. : Cortisol alterations observed in mice placed in front of a color TV screen : a parallel study with a protective equipment. Proc. Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS) ; 11-16 June 2000, Munich, Germany.

Braune S., Wrocklage C., Raczek J., Gailus T., Lüfing C.H. : Resting blood pressure increase during exposure to a radio-frequency electromagnetic field. The Lancet, 1998 ; 351 : 1857-1858.

Cameron H.A., McKay R.D. : Restoring production of hippocampal neurons in old age. Nat. Neurosci., 1999 ; 2 : 894-897.

Ceconi S., Gualtieri G., Di Bartolomeo A., Troiano G., Cifone M.G., Canipari R. : Evaluation of the effects of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields on mammalian follicle development. Hum. Reprod.2000 ; 15, 2319-2325.

Clements-Croome D. & Jukes J. : Computers and Health in the Workplace. Healthy Buildings 2000 : Exposure, Human Responses and Building Investigations, Syr Indoor Air Proceedings,vol. 1, 2000, p. 119-124.

Clements-Croome D. & Jukes J. : Double blind crossover field trial of the effectiveness of Tecno AO : a technology for protection from the effects of low frequency magnetic fields. Progress in Radiation Protection 1999 ; FS-99-106-T, 1 : 236-240.

Daniells C., Duce I., Thomas D., Sewell P., Tattersall J., de Pomerai D. : Transgenic nematodes as biomonitors of microwave-induced stress. Mutat. Res., 1998 ; 399 (1) : 55-64.

Farrell J.M., Litovitz T.L., Penafiel M., Montrose C.J., Doinov P., Barber M., Brown K.M., Litovitz T.A. : The effect of pulsed and sinusoidal magnetic fields on the morphology of developing chick embryos. Bioelectromagnetics, 1997 ; 18, 431-438.

Fillion-Robin M., Binhi, V.N. and Stepanov, E.V., 2001 : Influence of the cellular phone on nitric oxide production by humans with and without TecnoAO protection. Abstracts of the 23rd Annual meeting of the BEMS, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, June  10?]14.

Fillion-Robin M., Marande J.L., Limoni C., 1996 : Protective effect of Tecno AO antenna against VDU electromagnetic field as a stress factor. Proc. European Bioelectromagnetics Association (EBEA), Nancy, France.

Frey A.H. : Headaches from cellular telephones : are they real and are the implications? Env. Health Perspectives 1997; 106 : 101-103.

Gould E., Reeves A.J., Fallah M., Tanapat P., Gross C.G., Fuchs E. : Hippocampal neurogenesis in adult old world primates. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., USA,1999 ; 96 : 5263-5267.

Hardell L., Näsman A., Pahlson A., Hallquist A., Mild K.H. : Use of cellular telephones and the risk for brain tumours : a case-control study.

Harding G.F.A., Jeavons P.M. : Photosensitive Epilepsy. MacKeith Press, London, 1994.

Hayes B., Mlloy K., Canavan T. : Psychological effect of Tecno AO magnetic oscillator on VDU users. Proc. NIR 99 ; 27 Sept.-1 Oct. 1998, Cologne, Germany.

Hockin B. : Preliminary report : symptoms associated with mobile phone use. Occup. Med. 1998 ; 48 : 357-360.

Hocking B., Westerman R. : Neurological abnormalities associated with mobile phone use. Occup. Med. 2000 ; 50 : 366-368.

Huber R., Graf T., Cote K.A., Wittmann L., Gallmann E., Matter D., Shuderer J., Kuster N., Borbély A.A., Achermann P. : Exposue to pulsed high-frequency electromagnetic field during waking affects human sleep EEG. Neuroreport, 2000 ; 11 : 3321-3325.

Hyland G.J., Bastide M., Youbicier-Simo J.B., Bonhomme-Faivre L., Coghill R., Miyata M., Catier J., Canavan A.G.M., Fillion-Robin M., Marande J., Clements-Croome D.J., 1999 : Electromagnetic biocompatibility in the workplace : Protection principles, assessment and tests. Results of an EMF protective compensation technology in humans and in animals. In : Nichtionisierene Strahlung : mit ihr Leben in Arbeit und Umwelt, IRPA, p. 213?]240.

Jacobson, J.I., 1994 : Pineal-hypothalamic tract mediation of picotesla magnetic fields in the treatment of neurological disorders. FASEB Journal, 85, p. 656.  Johansson G. & Aronsson G. : Stress reactions in computerised administrative work. J. Occupat. Behaviour, 1984 ; 5 : 159-181.

Koivisto M., Krause C.M., Revonsuo A., Laine M., Hamalainen H. : The effects of electromagnetic field emitted by GSM phones on working memory. Neuroreport, 2000 ; 11 : 1641-1643.

Lemaire V., Koehl M., Le Moal M., Abrous D.N. : Prenatal stress produces learning deficits associated with an inhibition of neurogenesis in the hippocampus. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 2000 ; 97 : 11032-7.

Macias M.Y., Battocletti J.H., Sutton C.H., Pintar F.A., Maiman D.J. : Directed and enhanced neurite growth with pulsed magnetic field stimulation. Bioelectromagnetics, 2000 ; 21 : 272-286.

Mann K., Röschke J. : Effects of pulsed high-frequency electromagnetic fields on human sleep. Neuropsychobiology, 1996 ; 33: 41-47.

Miyata M., Namba T. : Ocular functions loading by visual display terminal and the effect of Tecno AO. Japanese Review of Clinical Ophtalmology, 1999 ; 11 : 1634-1636 / 32-35.

Oftedal G., Wilen J., Sandstrom M., Mild K.H. : Symptoms experienced in connection with mobile phone use. Occup. Med., 2000 ; 50 : 237-245.

Pedersen G.F., Andersen J.B. : RF and ELF exposure from cellular phone handsets: TDMA and CDMA systems. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 1999 ; 83, 131-138.

Persson B.R.R., Salford L.G., Brun A. : Blood-brain barrier permeability in rats exposed to electromagnetic fields used in wireless communication. Wireless Networks, 1997 ; 3 : 455-461.

Reiter R.J. : Static and extremely low frequency electromagnetic field exposure: reported effects on the circadian production of melatonin. J. Cell Biochem., 1993 ; 51 : 394-403.

Repacholi M.H., Baster A., Gebski V., Noonan D., Finnie J., Harris A.W. : Lymphomas in Em-Pim 1 transgenic mice exposed to pulsed 900 MHz electromagnetic fields. Radiation Res., 1997 ; 147, 631-640.

Savitz D.A., Cai J., Van Wijngaarden E., Loomis D., Mihlan G., Dufort V., Kleckner R.C., Nylander-Frenc L., Kromhout H., Zhou H. : Case-control analysis of brain cancer and leukaemia in electric utility workers using a refined magnetic field job-exposure matrix. Amer. J. Ind. Med., 2000 ; 38 : 417-425.

Velizarov S., Rasmark P., Kwee S. : The effects of radiofrequency fields on cell proliferation are non-thermal. Bioelectrochem Bioenerg 1999 ; 48 : 177-180.

Weisbrot D., Lin H., Ye L., Blank M., and Goodman R. : Effects of mobile phone radiation on reproduction and development in Drosophila melanogaster. J. of Cellular Biochemistry, 89(1), p. 48-55, 2003.

Youbicier-Simo B.J., Lebecq J.C. and Bastide M., 1998 : Damage of chicken embryos by EMFs from mobile phones : protection by a compensation antenna (Tecno AO). Abstract Book of 20th BEMS Ann. Meeting, St.- Petersburg, Florida.

Youbicier-Simo B.J., Boudard F., Cabaner C. and Bastide M, 1996 : Bioeffects of continuous exposure of embryos and young chickens to ELF emitted by desk computer : Protective effect of Tecno AO antenna. 3rd EBEA International Congress, Nancy, France.

Youbicier-Simo B.J., Boudard F., Cabaner C. and Bastide M., 1997 : Biological effects of continuous exposure of embryos and young chickens to ELF emitted byvideo display units. Bioelectromagnetics 18, p. 514-523.

Youbicier-Simo B.J., Lebecq J.C, Giaimis J. and Bastide M., 2000 : Interference from GSM cellular phones with the production of stress hormones in Lewis Lung carcinoma-bearing mice : effectiveness of a protective device. Proceedings of International Conference on Cell Tower Siting, Land Salzburg, Austria.

Youbicier-Simo B.J., 2000 : Sensitivity of chicken embryos to portable computer radiation (LCD) and protective effectiveness validation of a compensation magnetic oscillator. Abstract Book of VIIth Portughese Meeting of Protection against Radiation, SPPCR, IRPA, Lisbon, Portugal.

Youbicier-Simo B.J., Messagier R., Fillion-Robin M., 2000-2001 : Review of studies validating the protective efficacy of a new technology (Tecno AO – CMO) designed to compensate potential adverse bioeffects caused by VDU and GSM cell phone radiation. Radioprotecção. The Journal of the Portuguese Society for Radiation Protection (IRPA), vol. I, n° 8 and 9, p. 105-123, ISSN 874-7016.

5. Thérapeutiques

Sisken B.F., M. Kanje, G. Lundborg and W. Kurtz : Pulsed electromagnetic fields stimulate nerve regeneration in vivo and in vitro. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 1 : 303-309, 1990.

Shah A.H., Fischer C., Knapp C.F. and Sisken B.F. : Determination of neurite outgrowth of dorsal root ganglia using Image Processing. Annual Bioelectromagnetics Society Meeting in St.-Petersburg, Florida, June 7-11, 1998, p.185-6.

Greenebaum B., Sutton CarI, Subramanian Vadula M., Battocletti J. H., Swiontek T., De Keyser J., and Sisken B.F : Effects of pulsed magnetic fields on neurite outgrowth from chick embryos. Bioelectromagnetics, 17 : 293-302, 1996.

Voehringer and W.X. Balcavagel : Electromagnetic 60 Hz fields increase apoptosis of lympcytes – A new area for possible therapeutic employment of EMFs. BEMS congress, June 1999, California, p. 35.

Khan T. et al. : Applied electric fields upregulate the expression of beta tubulin in injured corticospinal neurons. BEMS Congress, June 1999, California.

Tofani S. : Application of electromagnetics in treating cancer. PIERS 1999, Taipei.

Cadossi et al. : In vivo effects of low frequency pulsing electromagnetic fields on gene expression during the early phases of bone repair. First World Congress in Magnetotherapy, 7-8 May 1996, London.

6. Transposition des résultats de l’expérimentation animale à l’homme

Andaloro V.J., Monaghan D.T., Rosenquist T.H., 1998 : Dextromethorphan and other N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor antagonists are teratogenic in the avian embryo model. Pediatric Research, 43 : 1-7.

Arnetz B.B., Berg M., 1996 : Melatonin and adrenocorticotropic hormone levels in video display unit workers during work and leisure. JOEM, 38 : 1108-1110.

Blank M., Goodman R., 1997 : Do electromagnetic fields interact directly with DNA ? Bioeletromagnetics, 18 : 111-115.

Espinar A., Piera V., Carmona A., Guerrero M., 1997 : Histological changes during development of the cerebellum in the chick embryo exposed to a static magnetic field. Bioelectromagnetics, 18 : 36-46.

Farrell J.M., Litovitz T.L., Penafiel M., Montrose C.J., Doinov P., Barber M., Brown K.M., Litovitz T.A., 1997 : The effect of pulsed and sinusoïdal magnetic fields on the morphology of developing chick embryos. Bioelectromagnetics, 18 : 431-438.

Frölen H., Svedental B.M., Paulsson L.R., 1993 : Effects of pulsed magnetic fields on the developing mouse embryo. Bioelectromagnetics, 14 : 197-204.

Fuller M., Dobson J., Wieser H.G., Moser S., 1995 : On the sensitivity of the hunlan brain to magnetic fields : evocation of epileptiforrn activity. Brain Research Bulletin, 36 : 155-159.

Kirshvink J.L., Kobayashi-Kirschvink A., Woodford J.B., 1992 : Magnetite biomineralization in the human brain. Proc, Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89 : 7683-7697.

Lai H., Singh N.P., 1995 : Acute low-intensity microwave exposure increases DNA single-strand breaks in rat brain cells. Bioelectromagnetics, 16 : 207-210.

Lai H., Singh N.P., 1996 : DNA single-and double-strand breaks in rat brain cells after acute exposure to low-level radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation. Inter. J. Rad. Biol. 69 : 513-521.

Levin M., Ernst S., 1997 : Applied DC magnetic fields cause alterations in the time of cell divisions and developmental abnormalities in early sea urchin embryos. Bioelectromagnetics, 18 : 255-263.

Wilson B.W., Wright C.W., Morris J.E., Buschbom R.L., Brown D.P., Miller D.L., Sommers-Flannigan R., Anderson L.E., 1990 : Evidence for an effect of ELF electromagnetic fields on human pineal gland function. Journal of Pineal Research, 9 : 259-269.

       La biocompatibilité par Oscillation Magnétique de Compensation – C M O

 Dossier scientifique de synthèse – Données et résultats de Tecnolab – 2002-2003

À propos de l'Auteur:

Psycho-sociologue de formation et très bon connaisseur des milieux professionnels de la santé, je m'autorise depuis nombre d'années à confronter les errances industrielles pharmaceutico-médicales et diffuse régulièrement nombre d'articles sur les questions de santé, dans une logique de réconciliation des médecines masculines et des médecines féminines, dites "naturelles" ou "douces", alternatives, de prévention et d'accompagnement des processus des médecines dominantes, parfois utiles ou indispensables, parfois si violentes dans leurs dérives.

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