In Vitro Biological Responses to Electromagnetic Fields Exposure of Peripheral Nervous System Cells

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In Vitro Biological Responses to Electromagnetic fields Exposure of Peripheral Nervous System Cells

An important goal in neuroscience is the study of new therapeutic strategies to promote nerve regeneration in peripheral neuropathies. Evidences from the literature suggest that the application of electromagnetic field (EMF) might be a valid approach to promote nerve regeneration, even if the molecular mechanisms underlying these positive effects are not clearly defined.

This paper examines how  EMF is not a toxic stimulus for SCs even when it is applied repeatedly, moreover a “chronic” EMF exposure induces an increased proliferation without affecting cell differentiation. It finds that, a repeated EMF exposure might represent a tool to improve regenerative ability of myelin producing SCs on peripheral nerves.

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