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S. Orboiu, C. Trocan and H. Andrei

fullerene-conjugated polymer photocells: a route to plastic solar cells.” In: Molecular Nanostructures, Proceedings of the International Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials, Kirchberg, 1998. [14] F. D. Martzloff,T. M. Gruzs, "Monitoring Power Quality", in Powertechnics Magazine, 1990. [15] K. M. Chan, Power Quality - REFERENCE GUIDE, 6th edition. Ontario, Canada: In-House Energy Efficiency, 1996. [16] M. Roşca, "Centralized Surveillance of Electricity Quality”, in the XVIth conference comfort

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O. Wahlsten, J. B. Skiba, I. R. S. Makin and S. P. Apell

function, e.g. cell migration in wound healing. Recently we have witnessed a steady increase in therapeutic devices and wound dressings utilizing the influence of static or dynamic electric fields [ 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 ] including the two electroceuticals addressed in this paper [ 7 , 8 ]. At the same time we have witnessed an increased understanding of how the microscopic molecular processes are influenced by the exogenous electric fields [ 9 , 10 ]. Since bacterial contamination is of importance in the wound context studies have also been made on the influence of

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Michael Bodo

Rheoencephalogram and EEG activity increasing after microwave exposure on rats Lahtinen T. editor Proceeding of the 8th International Conference on Electrical Bio-Impedance 1992 July 28-31 Kuopio, Finland 92 94 51 Thuroczy G, Szabo LD, Kubinyi G, Bakos J and Bodo M: Correlation between cerebral circulation and electrical activity (EEG) in the regulatory physiological mechanism of the central nervous system after microwave exposure of rats. In: Blank M. editor. Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, San Francisco Press, 1993. Pp 743-747. Thuroczy