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Numerical Modeling of Electromagnetic Field in the Biological Cell

Originální název

Numerical Modeling of Electromagnetic Field in the Biological Cell

Anglický název

Numerical Modeling of Electromagnetic Field in the Biological Cell

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This work demonstrates how a stochastic model can be implemented to obtain a realistic description of the interaction of a biological cell with an external magnetic or electrical fields. In our model formulation, the stochasticity is adopted by introducing various levels of forcing intensities in model parameters. The presence of noise in nuclear membrane capacitance has the most significant effect on the current flow through a biological cell. The increasing amount of data reporting on the biological effects of magnetic and electric fields is leading researchers to understanding of how important it is to fully understand the mode of action of magnetic or electric fields to living organisms. Indeed, even if the perturbations of biological systems by magnetic or electric fields are sublethal at shorter times of exposure, these perturbations could, especially at longer times of exposure, evolve into a progressive accumulation of modifications, whose ultimate effects still need to be clarified.

Anglický abstrakt

This work demonstrates how a stochastic model can be implemented to obtain a realistic description of the interaction of a biological cell with an external magnetic or electrical fields. In our model formulation, the stochasticity is adopted by introducing various levels of forcing intensities in model parameters. The presence of noise in nuclear membrane capacitance has the most significant effect on the current flow through a biological cell. The increasing amount of data reporting on the biological effects of magnetic and electric fields is leading researchers to understanding of how important it is to fully understand the mode of action of magnetic or electric fields to living organisms. Indeed, even if the perturbations of biological systems by magnetic or electric fields are sublethal at shorter times of exposure, these perturbations could, especially at longer times of exposure, evolve into a progressive accumulation of modifications, whose ultimate effects still need to be clarified.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT109431,
  author="Eliška {Vlachová Hutová} and Tomáš {Kříž} and Eva {Gescheidtová} and Karel {Bartušek}",
  title="Numerical Modeling of Electromagnetic Field in the Biological Cell",
  annote="This work demonstrates how a stochastic model can be implemented to obtain a
realistic description of the interaction of a biological cell with an external magnetic or electrical
fields. In our model formulation, the stochasticity is adopted by introducing various levels of
forcing intensities in model parameters. The presence of noise in nuclear membrane capacitance
has the most significant effect on the current flow through a biological cell. The increasing amount
of data reporting on the biological effects of magnetic and electric fields is leading researchers
to understanding of how important it is to fully understand the mode of action of magnetic or
electric fields to living organisms. Indeed, even if the perturbations of biological systems by
magnetic or electric fields are sublethal at shorter times of exposure, these perturbations could,
especially at longer times of exposure, evolve into a progressive accumulation of modifications,
whose ultimate effects still need to be clarified.",
  address="The Electromagnetics Academy",
  booktitle="PIERS 2014 Guangzhou Proceedings",
  chapter="109431",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="The Electromagnetics Academy",
  year="2014",
  month="august",
  pages="1890--1894",
  publisher="The Electromagnetics Academy",
  type="conference paper"
}