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• Bókkon I, Erdöfi-Szabó A, Till A, Lukács T, Erdöfi-Nagy É. (2013) EMOST: Elimination of chronic constipation and persistent diarrhoea by low-frequency and intensity electromagnetic treatment in children: case reports. Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine. In press.(01.2013.)

• Bókkon I, Erdöfi-Szabó A, Till A, Balázs R, Sárosi Z, Szabó ZL, Kolonics G, Popper G, (2012) EMOST: Report about the application of low-frequency and intensity electromagnetic fields in disaster situation and commando training. Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine 31, 394-403.

• Bókkon I, Till A, Erdıfi-Szabo A. (2011) Non-ionizing electro-magnetic-own-signal-treatment. European Biophysical Journal. 40 (Suppl. 1):S191 Abstract.

• Bókkon I, Till A, Grass F, Erdöfi-Szabó A (2011) Phantom pain reduction by electromagnetic treatment. Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine 30, 115-127

• Bókkon I, Till A, Erdöfi-Szabó A (2010) Phantom Pain Reduction by Non-ionizing Electromagnetic Treatment. Available from Nature Precedings <http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/npre.2010.4989.1> (2010)

• Bókkon I, Till A, Erdöfi-Szabó A (2010) Phantom Pain Reduction by Non-ionizing Electromagnetic Treatment. Hungarian Epidemiology 7/4/Suppl. p:15. Abstract

• Banaclocha MA, Bókkon I, Banaclocha HM. Long-term memory in brain magnetite. Medical Hypotheses. 2010, 74:254-257.

• Bókkon I. Salari V. Information storing by biomagnetites. Journal of Biological Physics. 2010, 36:109-120.

• Bókkon I. Biomagnetites as information storages. Biokémia Quarterly Bulletin of Hungarian Biochemical Society Sep. 2005, 32-36.

• Bókkon I, Antal I. Schizophrenia: redox regulation and volume transmission. Current Neuropharmacology. 2010, In press



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Relevant publications

• Arck P, Handjiski B, Hagen E, et al. (2010) Is there a ‘gut-brain-skin axis’? Exp. Dermatol. 19:401–405.
• Roosterman D, Goerge T, Schneider S W, et al. (2006) Neuronal control of skin function: the skin as a neuroimmunoendocrine organ. Physiol. Rev. 86:1309-1379.
• Nordlind K, Azmitia E C, Slominski A. (2008) The skin as a mirror of the soul: exploring the possible roles of serotonin. Exp. Dermatol. 17:301–311.
• Chaudhuri A, Behan PO. (2004) Fatigue in neurological disorders. Lancet. 363(9413):978-88.
• Jost WH. (2010) Gastrointestinal dysfunction in Parkinson’s Disease. J Neurol Sci. 289(1-2):69-73.
• Videnovic A, Golombek D. (2012). Circadian and sleep disorders in Parkinson’s disease. Exp Neurol. pii: S0014-4886(12)00327-5.
• Morabito C, Rovetta F, Bizzarri M, Mazzoleni G, Fanò G, Mariggiò MA. Modulation of redox status and calcium handling by extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields in C2C12 muscle cells: A real-time, single-cell approach. Free Radic Biol Med. 2010, 48: 579–589.
• Nindl G, Balcavage WX, Vesper DN, Swez JA, Wetzel BJ, Chamberlain JK, Fox MT. Experiments showing that electromagnetic fields can be used to treat inflammatory diseases. Biomed Sci Instrum. 2000, 36: 7-13.
• Ke XQ, Sun WJ, Lu DQ, Fu YT, Chiang H. 50-Hz magnetic field induces EGF-receptor clustering and activates RAS. Int J Radiat Biol. 2008, 84: 413-420.
• Simkó M. Cell type specific redox status is responsib le for diverse electromagnetic field effects. Curr Med Chem 2007, 14: 1141-1152.
• Cook CM, Thomas AW, Keenliside L, Prato FS. Resting EEG effects during exposure to a pulsed ELF magnetic field. Bioelectromagnetics 2005, 26: 367-376.
• Ryczko MC, Persinger MA. Increased analgesia to thermal stimuli in rats after brief exposures to complex pulsed 1 microTesla magnetic fields. Percept Mot Skills. 2002, 95:592-598.
• Selvam R, Ganesan K, Narayana Raju KV, Gangadharan AC, Manohar BM, Puvanakrishnan R. Low frequency and low intensity pulsed electromagnetic field exerts its antiinflammatory effect through restoration of plasma membrane calcium ATPase activity. Life Sci. 2007, 80: 2403-2410.
• Johnson MT, Waite LR, Nindl G. Noninvasive treatment of inflammation using electromagnetic fields: current and emerging therapeutic potential. Biomed Sci Instrum. 2004; 40: 469-474.

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Other clinical results via e-chem methods

Veins, phlebitis, vascular wall, varix, venectasia (8), wound healing (6), traumatic bone (3), cardiovascular parameters (1,2), spermium activity (10), sclerosis multiplex (15), pains (5,7,14), rheuma, rheumatic pain (7,12,17), osteochondral defects (13) hypertension (9), depression, feeling blue, lethargie, distress, psychiatrical diseases (1,16,18,19), cronical tiredness (19), sleeping quality (1), fibromyalgia (11,7), brain alpha activity (1,2,5), opioid system (5), oedema, collagen (4).

1) Cvetkovic D, Cosic I. Alterations of human electroencephalographic activity caused by multiple extremely low frequency magnetic field exposures. Med Biol Eng Comput. 2009 Oct;47(10):1063-73.
2) Dean Cvetkovic, Qiang Fang and Irena Cosic. Multiple human electrophysiological responses to extremely low frequency pulsed electromagnetic field exposures: a pilot study. Estonian Journal of Engineering 2008, 14, 2, 138–153.
3) Abdelrahim A, Hassanein HR, Dahaba M. Effect of pulsed electromagnetic field on healing of mandibular fracture: a preliminary clinical study. J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2011 69(6):1708-17.
4) Uzunca K, Birtane M, Taştekin N. Effectiveness of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy in lateral epicondylitis. Clin Rheumatol. 2007 26(1):69-74.
5) Ghione S, Seppia CD, Mezzasalma L, Bonfiglio L. Effects of 50 Hz electromagnetic fields on electroencephalographic alpha activity, dental pain threshold and cardiovascular parameters in humans. Neurosci Lett. 2005 382(1-2):112-7.
6) Rohde C, Chiang A, Adipoju O, Casper D, Pilla AA. Effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on interleukin-1 beta and postoperative pain: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, pilot study in breast reduction patients. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2010 125(6):1620-9.
7) Shupak NM, McKay JC, Nielson WR, Rollman GB, Prato FS, Thomas AW. Exposure to a specific pulsed low-frequency magnetic field: a double-blind placebo-controlled study of effects on pain ratings in rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia patients. Pain Res Manag. 2006 11(2):85-90.
8) Cañedo-Dorantes L, García-Cantú R, Barrera R, Méndez-Ramírez I, Navarro VH, Serrano G. Healing of chronic arterial and venous leg ulcers through systemic effects of electromagnetic fields. Arch Med Res. 2002 33(3):281-9.
9) Nishimura T, Tada H, Guo X, Murayama T, Teramukai S, Okano H, Yamada J, Mohri K, Fukushima MA 1-μT extremely low-frequency electromagnetic field vs. sham control for mild-to-moderate hypertension: a double-blind, randomized study. Hypertens Res. 2011 Mar;34(3):372-7.
10) Iorio R, Delle Monache S, Bennato F, Di Bartolomeo C, Scrimaglio R, Cinque B, Colonna RC. Involvement of mitochondrial activity in mediating ELF-EMF stimulatory effect on human sperm motility. Bioelectromagnetics. 2011 32(1):15-27.
11) Sutbeyaz ST, Sezer N, Koseoglu F, Kibar S. Low-frequency pulsed electromagnetic field therapy in fibromyalgia: a randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled clinical study. Clin J Pain. 2009 25(8):722-8.
12) Duygu Geler Külcü, Gülçin Gülşen, Elif Çiğdem Altunok. Short-Term Efficacy of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy on Pain and Functional Level in Knee Osteoarthritis: A Randomized Controlled Study. Turk J Rheumatol 2009; 24: 144-8.
13) van Bergen CJ, Blankevoort L, de Haan RJ, Sierevelt IN, Meuffels DE, d’Hooghe PR, Krips R, van Damme G, van Dijk CN. Pulsed electromagnetic fields after arthroscopic treatment for osteochondral defects of the talus: double-blind randomized controlled multicenter trial. BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2009 10;10:83.
14) Weintraub MI, Cole SP. Pulsed magnetic field therapy in refractory neuropathic pain secondary to peripheral neuropathy: electrodiagnostic parameters—pilot study. Neurorehabil Neural Repair 2004;18:42–46.
15) Sandyk R. Treatment with electromagnetic fields reverses the long-term clinical course of a patient with chronic progressive multiple sclerosis. Int J Neurosci. 1997 90(3-4):177-85.
16) Baker-Price L, Persinger MA. Intermittent burst-firing weak (1 microTesla) magnetic fields reduce psychometric depression in patients who sustained closed head injuries: a replication and electroencephalographic validation. Percept Mot Skills. 2003 Jun;96(3 Pt 1):965-74.
17) Trock DH, Bollet AJ, Dyer RH Jr, Fielding LP, Miner WK, Markoll R. A double-blind trial of the clinical effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields in osteoarthritis. J Rheumatol. 1993 Mar;20(3):456-60.
18) Baker-Price LA, Persinger MA.Weak, but complex pulsed magnetic fields may reduce depression following traumatic brain injury. Percept Mot Skills. 1996 Oct;83(2):491-8.
19) Tsang EW, Koren SA, Persinger MA. Specific patterns of weak (1 microTesla) transcerebral complex magnetic fields differentially affect depression, fatigue, and confusion in normal volunteers. Electromagn Biol Med. 2009;28(4):365-73.