July 2011 | Authors: Andrei G. Pakhomov1,2 and Michael R. Murphy2 | ResearchGate | Source
“The principal source of information is a personal collection of scientific publications in Russian, which was accumulated as a part of a 7-year effort of one of the authors (A.G.P.) to monitor and review the Russian/FSU research in the area of electromagnetic biology. Currently, this collection includes over 1200 titles and is one of the largest of its kind.
Over 1000 of the collected studies were abstracted in English, and the abstracts are included in the electronic EMF Database (produced and distributed by Information Ventures, Inc., PA, USA). This Database (v. 3.2.4, 1999), which is the second major source of information for the current review, contains about 26000 unique citations of studies on bioeffects of electromagnetic fields (from DC to mm-waves).”
“We conclude that Russian/FSU studies constitute an important source of information on pulsed RF bioeffects. Particular emphasis in these studies was given to RF-induced changes in the nervous system function..”