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Interaction mechanisms
  Chemistry of radical pair reactions (0.1 - 10 T)
  Co-mutagenic effects using human cells
Theoretical and computational studies
  Dosimetric studies with male/female/pregnant voxel phantoms
  Induced currents in the eye
  Flow potentials in the heart
In vitro studies
  Interaction mechanisms: radical pair reactions and enzymatic activity
  Influence of physical parameters (intensity, duration, recurrence, SMF gradients)
  Mutagenicity and transformation in primary human cells
  Gene expression in primary human cells
Experimental studies with animals
  Developmental/neurobehavioural effects
  Cardiac function (~20 T)
Experimental studies with volunteers
  Vestibular function, head and eye coordination
  Cognitive performance and behaviour
  Cardiovascular effects
Epidemiological studies
  Feasibility study of exposure sources, confounding factors, no. exposed
  Nested case-control study of chronic disease, e.g. cancer (if feasible)
  Pregnancy outcomes in relation to occupational exposure and MRI examinations
  Cohort study of short-term effects in highly exposed occupations

Source: WHO "Environmental Health Criteria 232: Static Fields" (2006)
 Chapter 1 section

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