Jacobson Resonance Magnetic Resonance Therapy; research bibliography.

Jacobson Resonance Enterprises founder Jerry I. Jacobson Ph.d. has performed years of research and proven beyond any reasonable doubt that Jacobson's Resonance magnetic resonance therapy is highly effective and absent expected or unexpected adverse reactions on a wide array of disease and trauma conditions. His works include co-authoring studies with Anninos PA (the father of pico-Tesla magnetic therapy for neurological disorders) and Sandyk (who's early pico-Tesla magnetic therapy studies were also co-authored with Anninos). Visit the Jacobson Resonance magnetic resonance therapy clinic in Nassau, the Bahamas.  'It's better in the Bahamas' where natural therapies are thoroughly embraced.

Jacobson's Resonance Enterprises' pulsed magnetic field research has proven that their picoTesla alternating current magnetic fields are capable of equal or better results than conventional therapies and invasive procedures without side effects or risk of infection. Visit the Jacobson Resonance Enterprises web site.  See also ticker symbol jrse.ob for latest company info.

Beside promoting various physiological healing mechanisms, Jacobson's Resonance magnetic resonance therapy has been found to have beneficial neuroendocrine, neurological and psychological effects as well.


See also; Sandyk R, Anninos PA , Jacobson JI; three pioneers of electromagnetic field therapy to treat Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and epilepsy.

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research bibliographies and videos are for informational purposes only and not to be mistaken as promotional material for EarthPulse™ BioMagnetic Field Supplementation / Sleep on Command™

Frequency Specific Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy Research:

Historically peer reviewed literature finds pulsed magnetic therapy (pulsed electromagnetic field therapy or PEMF therapy) and repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS or TMS) highly effective and absent expected or unexpected adverse reactions. The reason you and your doctors don't know much about it is because it renders chemical intervention obsolete. Over one thousand pulsed electromagnetic field therapy citations are contained in our research bibliographies, most are linked directly to PubMed a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the U.S. National Institutes of Health.

PEMF & Electromedicine History - Background:

introduction to electromedicine

brain wave entrainment

brain wave entrainment II

Electromagnetism & Life: Drs Robert O. Becker and Andrew Marino (full book pdf)

The Body Electric: Life: the classic by Robert O. Becker, MD (full book pdf)

Garry Null - BioMagnetic Healing Book

Toxic EMF vs. Therapeutic PEMF  Explained (terrific video explaining why one is good and the other bad)

Dr. Oz Show Episode on Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy (video)

Dr. Oz on PEMF Therapy (Sleep on Command™  out- performs every technology mentioned)

Dr. Oz: How Pulsed Magnetic Fields Heal (generally accurate but absent any discussion of mitochondrial effect)


PEMF Research By Effect:

Alzheimer's and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic fields

anti-aging and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

arthritis and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

athletic performance enhancement / ergogenic effects of  pulsed electromagnetic field therapy

autism and pulsed electromagnetic field therapy / rTMS repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation

bone / connective tissue regeneration and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

depression and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

EMF protection - electropollution research (your brain and your wireless technologies)

endometriosis and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic fields

epilepsy and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

fibromyalgia and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

insomnia and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

migraine headache and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

multiple sclerosis and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

nerve regeneration / spinal cord injury (SCI) & frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

neuropathy and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

osteoporosis and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

pain and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

Parkinson's disease and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

sleep and radio frequency microwave telecommunications fields

Sleep on Command™ pulsed magnetic sleep-machine

stroke and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

thyroid and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

tinnitus and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research

transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS / TMS) research

wound healing and frequency specific pulsed electromagnetic field therapy research


EarthPulse™ research conducted since 2002:

video evidence

client feedback forms

chronic lower back pain/sleep study

magnetic fields in the news



1. Cardiol Rev. 2004 Mar-Apr;12(2):85-96.    
Magnetism and cardiac arrhythmias.
Scherlag BJ, Yamanashi WS, Hou Y, Jacobson JI, Jackman WM, Lazzara R.
Cardiac Arrhythmia Research Institute at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center, Oklahoma City, OK 73104, USA.

Low-level electromagnetic fields (EMFs) have been used to treat various neurologic disorders. In the present study, we applied micro Gauss (microG) levels of EMFs either to the vagosympathetic nerve trunks, dissected in the neck, or across the chest in anesthetized dogs. Based on theoretical and empiric grounds, we compared EMFs (2.87 microG at 0.043 Hz) delivered to the vagosympathetic trunks in an experimental set (n = 5) with a sham control group (n = 6). Over a period of 2 to 3 hours, heart rate decreased after an initial 5-minute EMF exposure. The maximal heart rate changes in the experimental versus control groups was 29% versus 12% (P = 0.03). The voltage applied to the autonomic nerves required to induce atrioventricular (AV) conduction block decreased by 60% in the experimental group versus a 5% increase in the control group (P = 0.005). This effect also lasted 2 to 3 hours. Another EMF setting (amplitude 0.34 microG, frequency 2 kHz) applied for 5 minutes to the vagosympathetic trunks was associated with a significant increase in the occurrence of atrial premature depolarizations (APDs), atrial tachycardia (AT), and atrial fibrillation (AF) in response to autonomic nerve stimulation compared with control states before EMF exposure. No atrial arrhythmias could be induced after propranolol and atropine, even at the highest voltage used to stimulate the autonomic nervous input to the heart (n = 11). Only 2 dogs showed no response to this EMF application. In 3 dogs in whom atrial pacing (cycle length = 250 ms) and autonomic nerve stimulation induced AF, an EMF (2.87 microG at 0.043 Hz) delivered for 35 minutes across the chest suppressed AF for up to 3 to 4 hours, after which the same protocol again induced AF. We conclude that in these preliminary experiments, specific low-level EMFs alter heart rate, AV conduction, and heart rhythm. These effects were mediated through the autonomic nervous system inputs to the heart based on adjunctive effect of autonomic nerve stimulation and the inhibitory action of autonomic blockers.
PMID: 14766023 [PubMed - in process]

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2: Altern Ther Health Med. 2001 Sep-Oct;7(5):54-64, 66-9.
Low-amplitude, extremely low frequency magnetic fields for the treatment of osteoarthritic knees: a double-blind clinical study.
Jacobson JI, Gorman R, Yamanashi WS, Saxena BB, Clayton L.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Perspectivism Foundation, 2006 Mainsail Cir, Jupiter, FL 33477-1418, USA.

CONTEXT: Noninvasive magnetotherapeutic approaches to bone healing have been successful in past clinical studies. OBJECTIVE: To determine the effectiveness of low-amplitude, extremely low frequency magnetic fields on patients with knee pain due to osteoarthritis. DESIGN: Placebo-controlled, randomized, double-blind clinical study. SETTING: 4 outpatient clinics. PARTICIPANTS: 176 patients were randomly assigned to 1 of 2 groups, the placebo group (magnet off) or the active group (magnet on). INTERVENTION: 6-minute exposure to each magnetic field signal using 8 exposure sessions for each treatment session, the number of treatment sessions totaling 8 during a 2-week period, yielded patients being exposed to uniform magnetic fields for 48 minutes per treatment session 8 times in 2 weeks. The magnetic fields used in this study were generated by a Jacobson Resonator, which consists of two 18-inch diameter (46-cm diameter) coils connected in series, in turn connected to a function generator via an attenuator to obtain the specific amplitude and frequency. The range of magnetic field amplitudes used was from 2.74 x 10(-7) to 3.4 x 10(-8) G, with corresponding frequencies of 7.7 to 0.976 Hz. OUTCOME MEASURES: Each subject rated his or her pain level from 1 (minimal) to 10 (maximal) before and after each treatment and 2 weeks after treatment. Subjects also recorded their pain intensity in a diary while outside the treatment environment for 2 weeks after the last treatment session (session 8) twice daily: upon awakening (within 15 minutes) and upon retiring (just before going to bed at night). RESULTS: Reduction in pain after a treatment session was significantly (P < .001) greater in the magnet-on group (46%) compared to the magnet-off group (8%). CONCLUSION: Low-amplitude, extremely low frequency magnetic fields are safe and effective for treating patients with chronic knee pain due to osteoarthritis.
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PMID: 11565402 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

 Med Hypotheses. 2003 Jun;60(6):821-39.     Related Articles, Links
 
A hypothetical mathematical construct explaining the mechanism of biological amplification in an experimental model utilizing picoTesla (PT) electromagnetic fields.
Saxena A, Jacobson J, Yamanashi W, Scherlag B, Lamberth J, Saxena B.
Department of Biological Sciences, Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1000 River Road, Teaneck, New Jersey 07666, USA.
We seek to answer the conundrum: What is the fundamental mechanism by which very weak, low frequency Electromagnetic fields influence biosystems? In considering the hydrophobicity of intramembranous protein (IMP) H-bonds which cross the phospholipid bilayer of plasma membranes, and the necessity for photonic recycling in cell surface interactions after dissipation of energetic states, present models lack structure and thermodynamic properties to maintain (DeltaE) sufficient energy sources necessary for amplifications by factors of 10(12). Even though one accepts that the ligand-receptor association alters the conformation of extracellular, extruding portions of IMP's at the cell surface, and that this change can be transmitted to the cytoplasm by the transmembranous helical segments by nonlinear vibrations of proteins with generation of soliton waves, one is still unable to account for repair and balanced function. Indeed, responses of critical molecules to certain magnetic field signals may include enhanced vibrational amplitudes, increased quanta of thermal energies and order inducing interactions.We may accept that microtrabecular reticulum-receptor is associated with actin filaments and ATP molecules which contribute to the activation of the cyclase enzyme system through piezoelectricity. Magnetic fields will pass through the membrane which sharply attenuates the electric field component of an EM field, due to its high impedance. Furthermore, EM oscillations are converted to mechanical vibrations; i.e., photon-phonon transduction, to induce molecular vibrations of frequencies specifically responsible for bioamplifications of weak triggers at the membrane surface, as well as GAP junctions. The hydrogen bonds of considerable importance are those in proteins (10(12)Hz) and DNA (10(11)Hz) and may be viewed as centers of EM radiation emission in the range from the mm microwaves to the far IR. However, classical electrodynamical theory does not yield a model for biomolecular resonant responses which are integrated over time and account for the connection between the phonon field and photons. Jacobson Resonance does supply an initial physical mechanism, as equivalencies in energy to that of Zeeman Resonance (i.e., zero-order magnetic resonance) and cyclotron resonance may be derived from the DeBroglie wave particle equation. For the first time, we view the introduction of Relativity Theory to biology in the expression, mc(2)=BvLq, where m is the mass of a particle in the 'box' or 'string' (molecule in a biosystem), c is the velocity of electromagnetic field in space, independent of its inertial frame of reference, B is the magnetic flux density,v is the velocity of the carrier or 'string' (a one or two dimensional 'box') in which the particle exists, L is its dimension (length) and q represents a unit charge q=1C, by defining electromotive force as energy per unit charge.Equivalencies suggest that qvBL is one of the fundamental expressions of energy of a charged wave-particle in magnetic fields, just as Zeeman and cyclotron resonance energy expressions, gbetaB and qhB/2pim, and is applicable to all charged particles (molecules in biological systems). There may exist spontaneous, independent and incessant interactions of magnetic vector B and particles in biosystems which exert Lorentz forces. Lorentz forces may be transmitted from EM field to gravitational field as a gravity wave which return to the phonon field as microgravitational fluctuations to therein produce quantum vibrational states that increase quanta of thermal energies integrated over time. This may account for the differential of 10(12) between photonic energy of ELF waves and the Boltzman energy kT.Recent data from in vivo controlled studies are included as empirical support for the various hypotheses presented.
PMID: 12699707 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]




3: Panminerva Med. 1999 Sep;41(3):207-15.   
The biological effects of magnetic stimulation in epileptic patients.
Anninos PA, Tsagas N, Jacobson JI, Kotini A.
Department of Medicine, Demokrition University of Thrace, Alexandroupolis, Greece.

BACKGROUND: The magnetoencephalogram (MEG) is the magnetic activity emitted by the brain, which can be measured using a superconductive quantum interference device (SQUID). This is a totally non-invasive method for localizing functional healthy, epileptic and other CNS brain disorders. METHODS: Using the MEG brain activity recorded from epileptic patients we were able to obtain a mapping technique characterized by the ISO-spectral amplitude of scalp distribution of the MEG Fourier power spectrum. In addition, by utilizing the above recorded MEG activity we energize an electronic device, which emits back to the abnormal brain points of the epileptic patients magnetic fields with proper frequencies and intensities. RESULTS: Using this method we present here in more detail three randomly selected epileptic patients in which application of external magnetic fields of low intensities and frequencies produced a substantial attenuation of their abnormal brain activity. Furthermore, we present a statistical analysis of 50 randomly selected epileptic patients who underwent magnetic stimulation for the treatment of their seizures and we found that the anticonvulsant response to magnetic stimulation was statistically significant (chi 2 = 6.55, df = 1, p < 0.02). CONCLUSIONS: Our findings indicate that the use of low external magnetic fields produce substantial attenuation in seizure activity in epileptic patients and therefore it may open new ways in the future for management of epileptic activity.
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PMID: 10568117 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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4: J Indian Med Assoc. 1997 Jul;95(7):429-33.  
Influence of electromagnetism on genomic and other biological structures.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Florida 33477-1418, USA.
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PMID: 9425846 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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5: Adm Radiol J. 1997 Nov;16(11):12-6.  

The next millennium. Research, health and hope in the radiological sciences.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, FL, USA.
PMID: 10178448 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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6: Panminerva Med. 1997 Jun;39(2):111-27.  
Physics in medicine: a potential unfolding in the radiological sciences.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter FL 33477-1418, USA.

Advances in civilization often depend upon a vision which reduces the complex to the simple, and fundamental. This paper presents an essential, reductionist understanding of biosystems in terms of electrogravitational circuits. This conceptualization yields innumerable ideological appendages one of which is Jacobson Resonance, a general mechanism explaining electromagnetic field bioeffects. Biological amplification of hyperfine, ultrafine and dipole-dipole interactions, biological time dilation, molecular vibrational frequencies and biophotonic-phonon transductions are explained in detail. In this paper, Jacobson theory gives the reader food for epistemological thought, viewing biological matter in terms of general physical principles, which yield a fresh insight for solving a diverse array of health problems.
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PMID: 9230621 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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7: Altern Ther Health Med. 1996 Sep;2(5):49-55.    
Therapeutic radiology: a potential unfolding through bioelectromagnetic sciences.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Fla., USA.
Clinical and experimental research in the area of bioelectromagnetics is reviewed and considered from a physical standpoint. An equation relating the intrinsic or "rest" energy of a charged particle with its energy of interaction in an externally applied magnetic field is proposed. This equation is intended to represent an initial basic physical interaction that may be part of a more complex biological mechanism that may explain the potential effects of externally applied magnetic fields. Speculations are presented on the potential use of magnetic fields for the noninvasive treatment of such diverse conditions as cancer, AIDS, and neurological disorders.
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PMID: 8795936 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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8: J Int Med Res. 1996 Jan-Feb;24(1):1-11.
Speculations on the influence of electromagnetism on genomic and associated structures.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Florida, USA.

Recent clinical and experimental works in the area of bioelectromagnetics are reviewed and considered from a physical viewpoint. An equation relating the intrinsic (or 'rest') energy of a charged particle with its energy of interaction in an externally applied magnetic field is proposed. This equation is intended to represent an initial basic physical interaction which may be part of a more complex biological mechanism that may explain the potential effects of externally applied magnetic fields. Speculations are presented on the potential use of magnetic fields for the non-invasive treatment of such diverse conditions such as cancer, AIDS and neurological disorders.
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PMID: 8674786 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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9: Recenti Prog Med. 1995 Sep;86(9):355-8.  
Influence of electromagnetism on genomic and associated structures.
Jacobson JI.
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PMID: 7569298 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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10: Panminerva Med. 1995 Jun;37(2):98-104.   
A physical mechanism in the treatment of neurologic disorders with externally applied pico Tesla magnetic fields.
Jacobson JI, Yamanashi WS.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, FL 33477-1418, USA.

The clinical studies describing the treatment of some neurological disorders with an externally applied pico Tesla (10R Tesla, or 10(-8) gauss) magnetic field are considered from a physical view point. An equation relating the intrinsic or "rest" energy of a charged particle of mass with its energy of interaction in an externally applied magnetic field B is presented. The equation is proposed to represent an initial basic physical interaction as a part of a more complex biological mechanism to explain the therapeutic effects of externally applied magnetic fields in these and other neurologic disorders.
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PMID: 8637778 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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11: Neurol Res. 1995 Apr;17(2):144-8.   
An initial physical mechanism in the treatment of neurologic disorders with externally applied pico Tesla magnetic fields.
Jacobson JI, Yamanashi WS.
Institute of Theoretical Physics, Jupiter, FL 33477, USA.

The recent clinical studies describing the treatment of some neurological disorders with an externally applied pico Tesla (10(-12) Tesla, or 10(-8) gauss) magnetic field are considered from a physical view point. An equation relating the intrinsic (or rest) energy of a charged particle of mass m with its energy of interaction in an externally applied magnetic field B is presented. The equation represents an initial basic physical interaction as a part of a more complex biological mechanism to explain the therapeutic effects of externally applied magnetic fields in these and other neurologic disorders.
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PMID: 7609852 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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12: Panminerva Med. 1995 Mar;37(1):22-7.    
A magnetic approach to AIDS.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Res, Jupiter, FL 334377-1418, USA.

Jacobson Resonance is the unified field equation yielding a frontier vision in magnetotherapy. The possible application to AIDS is considered.
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PMID: 7478718 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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13: Panminerva Med. 1994 Dec;36(4):201-5.    
Pineal-hypothalamic tract mediation of picotesla magnetic fields in the treatment of neurological disorders.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, FL 334377-1418, USA.

The objective of this study is analysis of the clinical efficacy of picotesla magnetic fields in the treatment of epilepsy, Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis. The method utilized involved the exogenous application of physiologic, very weak magnetic fields to the brain by Sandyk, Anninos, Derpapas and Tsagas. The magnetic device produced a magnetic field ranging from about 5 x 10(-8) gauss to about 2.5 x 10(-7) gauss at frequencies of 2 to 7 Hertz. The wave form was sinusoidal and the device was positioned about the posterior portion of the corpus callosum most specifically to influence the pineal gland. Direct correlation of melatonin production with magnetic field stimulation was established. Amelioration or palliation of the neurological conditions was observed over an extended period of time in most cases. It appeared that a resonance situation was established between the magnetic field and melatonin which could be explained with Jacobson Resonance. These studies begin to point to the explanation of the mechanism of interaction between non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation and biological systems. Furthermore, the evaluation of the pineal gland as an magneto-sensitive gland may help us understand fundamental conditions in magneto-receptors of biological systems in terms of their piezoelectric nature.
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PMID: 7603740 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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14: Isr J Med Sci. 1994 Mar;30(3):245-8.   
Influence of electromagnetism on genes and associated structures.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, FL 33477-1418.
PMID: 8181928 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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15: Panminerva Med. 1994 Mar;36(1):34-41.   
Jacobson resonance: the coupling mechanism for weak electromagnetic field bioeffects, and a new way to approach magneto therapy.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Florida 334377-1418.

Jacobson Resonance is explained in fundamental terms. The essential predictions are stated and supported clinically, experimentally and epidemiologically. It has been shown that weak magnetic fields influence biological systems in ways previously not known. The potential is scrutinized.
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PMID: 8090541 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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16: Physiol Chem Phys Med NMR. 1994;26(4):287-97.
A possible, physical mechanism in the treatment of neurologic disorders with externally applied pico Tesla magnetic fields.
Jacobson JI, Yamanashi WS.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biological Research, Jupiter, FL 33477.

The clinical studies describing the treatment of some neurological disorders with an externally applied pico Tesla (10(-12) Tesla, or 10(-8) gauss) magnetic field are considered from a physical view point. An equation relating the intrinsic (or "rest") energy of a charted particle of mass m with its energy of interaction in an externally applied magnetic field B is presented. The equation is proposed to represent an initial basic physical interaction as a part of a more complex biological mechanism to explain the therapeutic effects of externally applied magnetic fields in these and other neurologic disorders.
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PMID: 7700979 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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17: Eur J Surg Suppl. 1994;(574):137-47.
BCEC--gravitational circuits and Jacobson Resonance: the basis from which to evaluate potential hazard and therapeutic benefit from extrinsic magnetic fields.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Florida.
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PMID: 7531015 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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18: Panminerva Med. 1993 Sep;35(3):138-48.   
Jacobson resonance is the basis from which to evaluate potential hazard and therapeutic benefit from extrinsic magnetic fields.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, FL 334377-1418.

Jacobson resonance, a general form of Zeeman and cyclotron resonance, is proposed as a fundamental explanation relating to the effects of non-ionizing radiation on biological systems. The foundation of the mathematical perspective is presented. This theoretical model predicts the clinical efficacy of picoTesla magnetic fields in the treatment of neurological disorders. Recent clinical data is presented and analyzed. Additionally, recent experimental data concerning important biological frequency and amplitude windows is explained. More particularly, 16 Hz, 60 Hz, and 72 Hz windows are related to milliGauss magnetic fields and space fields.
PMID: 8090528 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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19: Chin Med Sci J. 1993 Mar;8(1):44-7. 
The influence of electromagnetism on genes.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Florida 33458.

This paper reviews recent clinical and experimental work in the area of bioelectromagnetics. New insights into the possibilities of electromagnetism in therapeutics as well as diagnostics are proposed.
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PMID: 8274722 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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20: Int J Neurosci. 1992 Nov-Dec;67(1-4):125-6.   
Effect of weak magnetic fields on biological systems.
Jacobson JI.
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PMID: 1305629 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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21: Indian J Med Sci. 1992 Nov;46(11):321-7. 
Electromagnetism in medicine.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics & Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Florida 33458.
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PMID: 1291466 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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22: Panminerva Med. 1992 Jul-Sep;34(3):99-106. 
A theoretical look at gravity in the human cell: its role in normal cell division as well as neoplasia.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, FL 33458.

Explaining the ultimate expression of life with fundamental physical law is the proposition dealt with in this paper. Normal cell division, as well as cancer, are analyzed and scrutinized in terms of Jacobson resonance, cyclotron resonance, the quantum Hall effect and the piezoelectric effect. The underpinning concept is based in the unification and connection of gravity to biological systems.
PMID: 1491875 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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23: Int J Neurosci. 1992 May-Jun;64(1-4):153-65.
"Exploring the potential of magneto-recrystallization of genes and associated structures with respect to nerve regeneration and cancer".
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Florida 33458.

Very weak magnetic fields have been shown to be associated with the human brain and heart. These fields, apparently physiologic, are about one million times weaker than the geomagnetic, the earth's steady magnetic field, which measures about 0.5 gauss. Fields of about 10(-8) gauss are perhaps correlable to genomic masses and associated structures like peptide hormone trophic factors. The connection between genes and magnetic fields is made from a new form of resonance called Jacobson Resonance. Jacobson Resonance, represented by the equation mc2 = Bvl coulomb, is explained. Indeed, we may view the possibility of linking human electromagnetic interactions with mechanical vibrations of the crystalline lattices of genes and associated critical molecules like growth factors. As these fields are applied to the equations for solenoidal models, currents of about a microampere are derived; in perfect accord with recent clinical data indicating the therapeutic efficacy of weak currents in repair and growth of soft tissue, bone and nerve. The mechanism of reorientation of spin angular momentum of electrons and protons influencing molecular magnetic domains to bring about 'particle jumps' is presented so that a clinical picture results. The clinical picture is that of an organism placed at right angles to flux lines in the midst of a solenoid immersed in water exposed then to exogenously applied resonant physiologic magnetic fields. They may convert malalligned atomic lattices of oncogenes and associated particles to homologous normal structures which may promulgate an adjustment to physiological homeostasis.
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PMID: 1342035 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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24: Panminerva Med. 1992 Jan-Mar;34(1):45-8.
Environmental magnetic noise may be a health risk.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Florida 33458.

It has been demonstrated that magnetic fields stronger than those used in magnetic resonance imaging can be mutagenic, even teratogenic to the human genome. Recent experimental data has shown that magnetic fields ranging from the earth's steady magnetic field to the ten thousand gauss used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can enhance oncogenic expression, among a variety of other effects both positive and negative. It is the purpose of this presentation to suggest that fields considerably weaker than the geomagnetic may have deleterious effects on the human genome, in addition to noting that very weak fields may also be physiologic.
PMID: 1589260 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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25: Chin Med J (Engl). 1991 Dec;104(12):1025-32.   
Magneto recrystallization of genomic and associated structures potentially applicative to such diverse concerns as cancer, AIDS, and CNS regeneration.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics & Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Florida 33458.

Physiologic magnetic fields on the order of magnitude 10(-8) gauss have been unified with their propitiators: quantum genetic particles, the gravitational potential of which is about a few ergs. As these fields are applied to the equations for solenoidal models, B = microNI/L, currents of about a microampere are derived; in perfect accord with recent clinical data indicating the therapeutic efficacy of weak currents in repair and growth of soft tissue, bone and nerve. The mechanism of reorientation of spin angular momentum of leptons and baryons influencing molecular magnetic domains to bring about "particle jumps" is presented to obtain a clinical picture. The clinical picture is that of an organism placed at right angles to flux lines in the midst of a solenoid immersed in water. The patient is then exposed to exogenously sourced resonant physiologic magnetic fields which convert malalligned atomic lattices of oncogenes and associated particles to homologous normal structures.
PMID: 1782813 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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26: Panminerva Med. 1991 Oct-Dec;33(4):205-8.
The question of ameliorating the aging process, even macular regeneration with magnetic fields.
Jacobson JI.
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Florida 33458.

The aim of this presentation is to introduce in a brief manner the logical course by which to ameliorate the aging process utilizing physiological magnetic fields. Additionally, a consideration of macular regeneration is also introduced wherein one may begin to understand the connection between genomic magnetic domains, physiological magnetic fields and biological fusion.
PMID: 1806879 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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27: J Theor Biol. 1991 Mar 7;149(1):97-119.
A look at the possible mechanism and potential of magneto therapy.
Jacobson JI.
Perspectivism Foundation, Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Florida 33458.

A testable theoretical model for the mechanism of magneto-therapy is presented. The theory delineated is the equation mc2 = Bvl coulomb which sets in dual resonance gravitational and electromagnetic potentials. This proposed unification of Einstein's gravity and Maxwell's electromagnetism is designated Jacobson's resonance and is a general expression of Zeeman and cyclotron resonance. The application of this theory involves the utilization of exogenously sourced very weak magnetic fields on the order of magnitude 10(-8) gauss to reorient the atomic crystal lattice structures of genomic magnetic domains. Examples of genomic magnetic domains are homeoboxes and oncogenes and associated structures like peptide hormone trophic factors. Various phenomena are also analyzed in terms of how they may relate to biological systems such as solitons, phonons, cyclotron resonance, the piezoelectric effect, the fractional quantum Hall effect, string theory, and biologically closed electric circuits. The potential of magneto-therapy in the treatment of various genomic and associated disorders is explored. The ultimate question "Can an oncogene be electromagnetically induced into becoming a structurally homologous normal gene?" is posed.
PMID: 1679145 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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28: Panminerva Med. 1990 Oct-Dec;32(4):159-71.  
The intrinsic electro-gravitational mechanism of life, the basis of neoplasia, and the clinical method of repair.
Jacobson JI.
Perspectivism Foundation, Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Florida.

The fundamental intrinsic electro-gravitational (neutrino-photon-phonon transduction) mechanism of human life is proposed. The essential physico-mathematical model for chemical electromagnetic photon-phonon conversions in human systems is presented, the underpinning of which is Jacobson resonance which is represented by mc2 = Bvl coulomb. This equation sets in dual resonance gravitational potential and electromagnetic potential. Basic EM interactions occurring in human systems produce gravity waves through elastic deformation of the gravitational field, thus promulgating a monopolar wave which results in a quantized vibration of the crystalline lattices of particulate masses. An essential feature of this presentation is the demonstration of how the ultrafine interactions in the human system propagates the regulation of the atomic crystalline lattice structures of critical molecules to metabolism and segments of the bioelectric connectional system described by F. Bistolfi. Also maintained are thermonuclear fusions in the midst of genomic and mitochondrial DNA to therein maintain the integrity of growth, development and repair. Furthermore, we demonstrate how fundamental thermal noise is a concomitant manifestation with weak electric and magnetic fields being propitiated by terrestrial and inertial interactions of the human being with the geomagnetic field and flux densities permeating outer space. The finding is that the subtle forces of life and flux densities on the order of magnitude 10(-8) gauss are the critical factors in maintaining physiological homeostasis and repair when imbalance such as cancer occurs.
PMID: 2090989 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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29: Panminerva Med. 1990 Jul-Sep;32(3):132-40.    
Is the fusion process the basis for growth, repair and aging?
Jacobson JI.
Perspectivism Foundation, Institute of Theoretical Physics and Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Florida.

Jacobson resonance sets in dual resonance electromagnetic interaction energies and gravitational potential. It states the equivalence mc2 = Bvl coulomb, where 1 is length of a biological string and v is the Galilean inertial velocity of said string through flux density B. The coulomb is a single unit of charge while c is the velocity of light. m is a quantum genetic or associated character contained as a ponderable body of mass within biological string. Jacobson resonance shows the possibility that within the framework of the human body physiological magnetic fields perhaps regulate crystalline lattices of critical molecules and, indeed, even deuterium atoms necessary for fusion; whereby the fusion process is thought to occur to promulgate physiological homeostasis via the production of energy in both chemical and physical processes. Said production of energy through the maintenance of crystalline lattice structure regulation may control growth, repair and aging. A clear model is given to explain how physiological magnetic fields function in multiple harmonic interactions, as well as how intrinsic biological electromagnetic fields (IBEMF's) are created by interaction of biological conductive string and the geomagnetic field.
PMID: 2077481 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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30: Indian J Biochem Biophys. 1990 Feb;27(1):58-62.   
A testable theoretical model for magnetotherapy potentially applicative to such diverse concerns as oncogenic, CNS trophic factor and viral disorders.
Jacobson JI.
Perspectivism Foundation, Institute of Theoretical Physics & Advanced Studies for Biophysical Research, Jupiter, Florida 33458.

Physiologic magnetic fields of the order 10(-8) gauss have been unified with their propitiators: quantum genetic particles, the gravitational potential of which is about an erg. As these fields are applied to the equation for solenoidal models, B = micro NI/L, currents of about a microampere are derived; in perfect accord with recent clinical data indicating the therapeutic efficacy of weak currents in repair and growth of soft tissue, bone and nerve. The mechanism of reorientation of spin angular momentum of leptons and baryons influencing molecular magnetic domains to bring about 'particle jumps' is presented so that a clinical picture results. The clinical picture is that of an organism placed at right angles to flux lines in the midst of a solenoid immersed in water exposed then to exogenously applied resonant physiologic magnetic fields which convert malalligned atomic lattices of oncogenes and associated particles to homologous normal structures.
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PMID: 2187798 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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31: Panminerva Med. 1989 Oct-Dec;31(4):151-65.  
On the electro-magnetic nature of life.
Jacobson JI.

Man has wondered since the dawning of thought about the origin and the meaning of the spark of life. How does life work and what is the difference between life and non-life? This paper wonders about the part that electromagnetism plays in the life process. It proposes a new insight into the relation of in vivo electromagnetic fields and gravitational fields and discusses such manifestations as solitons, the quantum hall effect, gravity waves, biological strings, biologically closed electric circuits, phonos and the piezoelectric nature of living tissue. It proposes a new and fundamental form of resonance, called Jacobson resonance. The system unifies quantum genetic characters and associated structures with electromagnetic field interaction energies. The result is the reorientation of atomic crystal lattice structures of organic molecules critical to the sustenance of life. A new treatment methodology is proposed for genomic, viral and trophic factor disorders essentially in terms of the potential efficacy of the magnetic force to reorient the spin angular momenta of electrons and protons; to therein rearrange atomic and molecular magnetic domains regulating homeostasis on microscopic, mesosopic and macroscopic levels through biological amplification of quantum interactions. Finally it proposes that the equation, mc2 = Bvl coulomb, may indeed represent the achievement of fourfold physical unification, the unification of physics and medicine, and resultant production of a thorough understanding of what may be the most fundamental natural law of the universe representing the ultimate goal of Einsteinian equivalence and relativistic field theory.
PMID: 2633105 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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32: Panminerva Med. 1989 Jan-Mar;31(1):1-7.   
The mathematical framework essential for magneto-therapy in the treatment of genomic and associated disorders, including cancer, AIDS, and CNS regeneration.
Jacobson JI.

A new approach to the treatment of various viral, oncogenic and associated genetic and transmissible immunogenic, for example, infectious DNA or RNA, induced diseases is proposed utilizing amplitude and frequency modulated Jacobson resonance: mc2 = Bvl coulomb, a general expression of Zeeman and cyclotron resonance. Oncogenic and associated quantum genetic particles, such as oncogene associated proteins, viral nucleic acids and growth factors, may be induced electromagnetically into recrystallized and translocated states based upon various quantum phenomena affording new methodological techniques in magneto-therapy applicable to AIDS, cancer and CNS regeneration. A specific mathematical framework is presented by which to determine the appropriate physiologic amplitude (from about 4 x 10(-5) gauss to about 4 x 10(-11) gauss) and frequency (from about 10(-3) to 10(3) Hz) to subject biological systems therein reorienting atomic crystal lattice structures to congruent extensions of physiologic submolecular and atomic magnetic domains which are vital to homeostasis and health.
PMID: 2726282 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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33: Indian J Biochem Biophys. 1988 Oct;25(5):442-6.
Normal and diseased states related to interdependence of electromagnetic fields, growth, repair and genetic regulation of metabolic function.
Jacobson JI.
PMID: 3243563 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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34: Panminerva Med. 1988 Jul-Sep;30(3):133-43.
Quantum phenomena proposed as mechanism for radiographic corona structures associated with pulmonary masses.
Jacobson JI.
PMID: 3211571 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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35: Panminerva Med. 1987 Oct-Dec;29(4):263-70. 
A testable theoretical model for the mechanism of magneto-therapy.
Jacobson JI.
PMID: 3431884 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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36: Panminerva Med. 1987 Apr-Jun;29(2):97-104. 
Oncogenes and magnetic resonance energies unified algebraically.
Jacobson JI.
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PMID: 2819809 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]