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electric phenomena in animals or plants

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In vitro effects of hydrochloric and lactic acids on bioelectric properties of equine gastric squamous mucosa.
Bioelectric impedance phase angle and body composition.
He said that medical robots, nanorobots, bioelectric and bioelectromagnetics in diagnosis and treatment, the tissue and stemcells engineering, medical laboratory's smart equipment, digital and nuclear medicine are the topics of the Congress.
Major organization : CENTER FOR BIOELECTRIC RESEARCH, NORFOLK PUBLIC HEALTH BUILDING
We palpated the patient's quadriceps muscles (vastus medialis, rectus femoris, and vastus lateralis) and attached electrodes to each muscle to detect the bioelectric potentials of the long axes along the belly of each muscle.
Keywords: Obesity, Bone weight, Leptin, Vitamin D, Bioelectric impedance analysis, Bone mineral density.
Caption: When wired with bioelectric molecules, a rose conducts electricity.
The developed system has the option of reprogramming its configuration, thanks to PSoC resources, and can be implemented to process or visualize other bioelectric signals as ECG, EOC, and EEG, among others.
Bioelectric stimulation is also used to help manage chronic wounds and pain, and has recently been found to ease inflammation in chronic conditions such as arthritis and autoimmune diseases.
For experimental test of the proposed mechanism, we would suggest experiments with biological objects used as sensors of characteristics of gravitational field via continuous recording of bioelectric current from gravitational receptor during rapid increase in speed of vertical shift of Earth's crust in active seismic zones.
Bioelectric impedance analysis (BIA) as a simple and convenient method in measuring body composition has attracted the interest of dietitians and nephrologists for the evaluation of the nutritional status in CKD patients.
Field methods include ultrasound, anthropometry, skinfold thickness (SF) and bioelectric impedance (BIA) [4-6].