亚磁场及其生物响应机制. A biological perspective of the hypomagnetic field: From definition towards mechanism

莫炜川 Mo, Wei-chuan, 刘缨 Liu, Ying and 赫荣乔 He, Rong-qiao (2012) 亚磁场及其生物响应机制. A biological perspective of the hypomagnetic field: From definition towards mechanism. 生物化学与生物物理进展, 39 9: 835-842.

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Author 莫炜川 Mo, Wei-chuan
刘缨 Liu, Ying
赫荣乔 He, Rong-qiao
Title 亚磁场及其生物响应机制. A biological perspective of the hypomagnetic field: From definition towards mechanism
Translated title A biological perspective of the hypomagnetic field: From definition towards mechanism
Language of Title chi
Journal name 生物化学与生物物理进展   Check publisher's open access policy
Translated journal name Progress in Biochemistry and Biophysics
Language of Journal Name chi
ISSN 1000-3282
Publication date 2012
Sub-type Critical review of research, literature review, critical commentary
DOI 10.3724/SP.J.1206.2011.00597
Volume 39
Issue 9
Start page 835
End page 842
Total pages 8
Place of publication Beijing, China
Publisher Kexue Chubanshe
Collection year 2013
Language eng
chi
Formatted abstract 根据亚磁生物学的研究历史和空间亚磁环境的实际情况,本文定义磁感应强度总量在“0 < |B| ≤ 5μT”区间内的静态 弱磁场为亚磁场. 亚磁场能对生命活动的多个方面,特别是中枢神经系统产生负面影响. 随着月球与火星航天计划的开展,航 天员将长期暴露于亚磁空间中. 这可能对宇航员的身心健康带来潜在的危害. 亚磁场生物学效应及其机制的研究,将为相关载 人航天的空间防护提供理论基础,已成为空间生物科学以及航天医学等相关领域的新热点. 关键词 亚磁场,地外空间,生物学效应,亚磁实验体系,亚磁响应机制

Here, we review the progresses of researches on the biological effects of the hypomagnetic field (HMF) and propose that a magnetic field with magnetic induction of “0 < |B| ≤ 5μT” is defined as a hypomagnetic field (HMF). Interplanetary space is a natural hypomagnetic field. The astronauts, enabled by space sciences thriving in the recent decades, are spending longer time in the hypomagnetic outer space, e.g. landing on the moon and heading to mars. The effects of HMF on many aspects of biological processes, especially the adverse impacts on the functions of the central nervous system, remind us that the astronauts would suffer from potential risks due to the HMF exposure. Unfolding the mechanism of the biological responses to the HMF is the fundament for developing the counteractions of the adverse space environmental factors, and has recently become a hot topic in the field of space life sciences. Refining the concept of HMF and standardizing the HMF simulation systems for biological experiments will benefit the comparability of the HMF effects as described, and improve our understanding of how HMF influences homeostasis, cell signaling pathways and cognitive behaviors, and to what extent HMF contribute to such disturbances.
Keyword Hypomagnetic field
Outer space
Biological effect
HMF simulation system
HMF responding mechanism
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes Article No.: 20110597. Available online: February 9, 2012

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Sub-type: Critical review of research, literature review, critical commentary
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