Yippi Collaboration with three institution on Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) waves exposure studies on cancel and normal cells for Bioelectromagnetic Cancel Application.
An electromagnetic field (EMF) is an area of moving electrical charges. Some EMFs, especially those involving ionizing radiation, can be harmful. Ionizing radiation can be harmful because it can break chemical bonds and change the molecular and chemical structures of various substances, including human tissue.

Overall, a person is more likely to experience damage if they are exposed to high levels of radiation over a longer period. This could occur, oxidative damage, fertility complications, effects on a developing foetus, cancer.

There are studies have shown that electromagnetic waves generated by alternating electric fields of different frequencies passing through a wire could have varying effects on living tissues such as stimulation of tissues for growth (bone) or to revive functions (nerve, muscle or heart) and for non-invasive treatment that destroys tumours.

And for Yippi, Toga Resonance Technology (T-RT) is a vibration that can neutralize or shield EMF radiation energy fields in the environment or the body. It provides a long-term solution to a wide range of incoherent signal within our environment, only one of which is electromagnetic radiation.

Further research is thus needed to obtain more to fight for these harmful to human body. It is important than ever that health and care professionals learn to work together as a team. This is referred to as interprofessional collaboration.

Yippi Research & Development is aware of this need.

Recently, Yippi will have collaboration with three institution, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Australia, Institute for Medical Research (IMR), Malaysia, and Brain Research Institution Monash Sunway (BRIMS), Malaysia, to grant a PHD student to study on Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) waves exposure studies on cancel and normal cells for Bioelectromagnetic Cancel Application.

This study is conducted by Faculty of Engineering and Technology of Multimedia University, Malacca Campus (MMU).

In this research project, the effects of extremely low frequency (ELF) electric fields on cancer cells and normal cells are studied. Some studies using ELF tumour/cancer cells from the liver, breast and brain on have shown that can induce cell death (apoptosis) by blocking the development of new blood vessels (neovascularisation) required for tumour supply, induces or exacerbate genetic instability and in-vivo lung studies in mice resulted in fewer metastatic sites and slower tumour growth with absence of harmful side effects. Cells exposed to ELF waves that show biochemical or biophysical changes can be detected via staining techniques that are then observed and recorded via a microscope or lab analytic instruments.

In this research, they proposed the methodology of in-vitro preliminary studies for the breast cancer cell line MDA-MB-231. In this preliminary test, they characterise the experimental setup and determine the parameters for ELF frequency and magnetic field then proceed to expose a model cell line to these parameters. They also studied the responses of the model cell line with staining techniques and when magnetic nanoparticles are added. The studies can be then expanded into refining the experimental setup or methodology or further analysis of different biochemical and biophysical responses of the cell or repeating the experiments with other cell lines. The results of the research would then be analysed and published in peer-reviewed journals and lead to proposals of potential applications of ELF waves.

The objectives for this study are:

  1. To design and develop a suitable ELF wave setup for cancer and normal cells bioelectromagnetic studies.
  2. To apply ELF waves based on a signal frequency, magnetic field strength or signal modulation on cancer cells and normal cells.
  3. To study and quantify the cells responses to the applied ELF waves by microscope imaging, cell viability measurement, cell membrane permeability, cell proliferation, oxidative stress, cytotoxicity or genotoxicity studies
An electromagnetic field (EMF) is an area of moving electrical charges. Some EMFs, especially those involving ionizing radiation, can be harmful. Ionizing radiation can be harmful because it can break chemical bonds and change the molecular and chemical structures of various substances, including human tissue.

Overall, a person is more likely to experience damage if they are exposed to high levels of radiation over a longer period. This could occur, oxidative damage, fertility complications, effects on a developing foetus, cancer.

There are studies have shown that electromagnetic waves generated by alternating electric fields of different frequencies passing through a wire could have varying effects on living tissues such as stimulation of tissues for growth (bone) or to revive functions (nerve, muscle or heart) and for non-invasive treatment that destroys tumours.

And for Yippi, Toga Resonance Technology (T-RT) is a vibration that can neutralize or shield EMF radiation energy fields in the environment or the body. It provides a long-term solution to a wide range of incoherent signal within our environment, only one of which is electromagnetic radiation.

Further research is thus needed to obtain more to fight for these harmful to human body. It is important than ever that health and care professionals learn to work together as a team. This is referred to as interprofessional collaboration.

Yippi Research & Development is aware of this need.

Recently, Yippi will have collaboration with three institution, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Australia, Institute for Medical Research (IMR), Malaysia, and Brain Research Institution Monash Sunway (BRIMS), Malaysia, to grant a PHD student to study on Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) waves exposure studies on cancel and normal cells for Bioelectromagnetic Cancel Application.

This study is conducted by Faculty of Engineering and Technology of Multimedia University, Malacca Campus (MMU).

In this research project, the effects of extremely low frequency (ELF) electric fields on cancer cells and normal cells are studied. Some studies using ELF tumour/cancer cells from the liver, breast and brain on have shown that can induce cell death (apoptosis) by blocking the development of new blood vessels (neovascularisation) required for tumour supply, induces or exacerbate genetic instability and in-vivo lung studies in mice resulted in fewer metastatic sites and slower tumour growth with absence of harmful side effects. Cells exposed to ELF waves that show biochemical or biophysical changes can be detected via staining techniques that are then observed and recorded via a microscope or lab analytic instruments.

In this research, they proposed the methodology of in-vitro preliminary studies for the breast cancer cell line MDA-MB-231. In this preliminary test, they characterise the experimental setup and determine the parameters for ELF frequency and magnetic field then proceed to expose a model cell line to these parameters. They also studied the responses of the model cell line with staining techniques and when magnetic nanoparticles are added. The studies can be then expanded into refining the experimental setup or methodology or further analysis of different biochemical and biophysical responses of the cell or repeating the experiments with other cell lines. The results of the research would then be analysed and published in peer-reviewed journals and lead to proposals of potential applications of ELF waves.

The objectives for this study are:

  1. To design and develop a suitable ELF wave setup for cancer and normal cells bioelectromagnetic studies.
  2. To apply ELF waves based on a signal frequency, magnetic field strength or signal modulation on cancer cells and normal cells.
  3. To study and quantify the cells responses to the applied ELF waves by microscope imaging, cell viability measurement, cell membrane permeability, cell proliferation, oxidative stress, cytotoxicity or genotoxicity studies
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