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References 1984-1981

Bartlett JM, Richardson RC, Elliott GS, Blevins WE, Janas W, Hale JR, and Silver RL. Localization of magnetic microspheres in 36 canine osteogenic sarcomas. In Davis SS, Illum L, McVie JG, and Tomlinson E (Eds.). Microspheres and drug therapy: Pharmaceutical, immunological and medical aspects. Elsevier Science Publishers, New York, 1984, pp. 413-426.

Ishii F, Takamura A, and Noro S. Magnetic microcapsules for in vitro testing as carrier for intravascular administration of anticancer drugs: Preparation and physicochemical properties.Chem. Pharm. Bull. 32: 678-684 (1984).

Kandzia J, Scholz W, Anderson MJD, and Mueller-Ruchholtz W. Magnetic albumin/protein A immunomicrospheres. I. Preparation, antibody binding capacity and chemical stability. J. Immunol. Methods. 75: 31-41 (1984).

Liboff AR, Williams T, Strong DM, and Wistar R. Time-varying magnetic fields: Effect on DNA synthesis. Science, 223: 818-820 (1984).

Odette LL, McCloskey MA, and Young SH. Ferritin conjugates as specific magnetic labels.Biophys. J. 45: 1219-1222 (1984).

Poznansky MJ and Juliano RL. Biological approaches to the controlled delivery of drugs: A critical review. Pharmacological Reviews, 36: 277-336 (1984).

Robinson AL. Powerful new magnet material found. Science, 223: 920-922 (1984).

Rowbottom M and Susskind C. Electricity and medicine: History of their interaction. San Francisco Press, San Francisco, 1984.

Treleaven JG, Gibson FM, Ugelstad J, Rembaum A, Philip T, Caine GD, and Kemshead JT. Removal of neuroblastoma cells from bone marrow with monoclonal antibodies conjugated to magnetic microspheres. The Lancet, January 14: 70-73 (1984).

Uhlen M, Hornes E, and Olsvik O. Advances in biomagnetic separation. Eaton Publishing, Natick, Massachussetts, 1984.

Ibrahim A, Couvreur P, Roland M, and Speiser P. New magnetic drug carrier. J. Pharm. Pharmacol. 35: 59-61 (1983).

Kato T. Encapsulated drugs in targeted cancer therapy. In Bruck SD (Ed.). Controlled drug delivery. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1983, pp. 190-240.

Margolis LB, Namiot VA, and Kljukin LM. Magnetoliposomes: another principle of cell sorting.Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 735: 193-195 (1983).

Ovadia H, Paterson PY, and Hale JR. Magnetic microspheres as drug carriers: Factors influencing localization at different anatomical sites in the rats. Isr. J. Med. Sci. 19: 631-637 (1983).

Widder KJ, Morris RM, Poore GA, Howards DP, and Senyei AE. Selective targeting of magnetic albumin microspheres containing low-dose doxorubicin: Total remission in Yoshida sarcoma-bearing rats. Eur. J. Cancer Clin. Oncol. 19: 135-139 (1983).

Hogan PZ. The compass. Walker and Company, New York, 1982.

Margel S, Beitler U, and Ofarim M. Polyacrolein microspheres as a new tool in cell biology. J. Cell Sci. 56: 157-175 (1982).

Sako M, Yokogawa S, Sakomoto K, Adachi S, Hirota S, Okada S, and Murao S. Transcatheter microembolization with ferropolysaccharide: A new approach to ferromagnetic embolization of tumors: Preliminary report. Invest. Radiol. 17: 573-582 (1982).

Barry JW, Bookstein JJ, and Alksne JF. Ferromagnetic embolization. Radiology, 138: 341-349 (1981).

Blakemore RP and Frankel RB. Magnetic Navigation in Bacteria. Sci. Am. 245: 58-65 (1981).

Morimoto Y, Okumura M, Sugibayashi K, and Kato Y. Biomedical applications of magnetic fluids. II. Preparation and magnetic guidance of magnetic albumin microsphere for site specific drug delivery in vivoJ. Pharm. Dyn. 4: 624-631 (1981).

Senyei AE, Reich SD, Gonczy C, and Widder KJ. In vivo kinetics of magnetically targeted low-dose doxorubicin. J. Pharm. Sci.: 39-41 (1981).

Senyei AE and Widder KJ. Drug Targeting: Magnetically responsive albumin microspheres - a review of the system to date. Gynecol. Oncol. 12: 1-13 (1981).

Widder KJ, Morris RM, Howard DP, and Senyei AE. Tumor remission in Yoshida sarcoma-bearing rats by selective targeting of magnetic albumin microspheres containing doxorubicin. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 78: 579-581 (1981).

Widder KJ, Senyei AE, Ovadia H, and Paterson PY. Specific cell binding using staphylococcal protein A magnetic microspheres. J. Pharm. Sci.: 37-39 (1981).

References from 1971 until 1980

Gould JL. The case for magnetic sensitivity in birds and bees (such as it is). American Scientist,68: 256-267 (1980).

Widder KJ, Senyei AE, and Ranney DF. Magnetically responsive microspheres and other carriers for the biophysical targeting of antitumor agents. Advances in Pharmacology and Chemotherapy,16: 213-271 (1979).

Bozorth RM. Magnetic materials. Sci. Am. January: 68-73 (1978).

Senyei A, Widder K, and Czerlinski G. Magnetic guidance of drug-carrying microspheres. J. Appl. Physiol. 49: 3578-3583 (1978).

Rand RW, Snyder M, Elliott D, et al. Selective radiofrequency heating of ferrosilicone occluded tissue: a preliminary report. Bull. Los Angeles Neurol. Soc. 41: 154-159 (1976).

Mizushima Y, Akaoka I, and Nishida Y. Effects of magnetic field on inflammation. Experientia, 31:1411-1412 (1975).

Turner RD, Rand RW, Bentson JR, and Mosso JA. Ferromagnetic silicone necrosis of hypernephromas by selective vascular occlusion to the tumor: a new technique. J. Urology, 113:455-459 (1975).

Hilal SK, Michelsen WJ, Driller J, and Leonard E. Magnetically guided devices for vascular exploration and treatment. Radiology, 113: 529-540 (1974).

Oberteuffer JA. Magnetic separation: A review of principles, devices, and applications. IEEE Trans. Mag. 10: 223-238 (1974).

Scott D, Seifert WW, and Westcott VC. The particles of wear. Sci. Am. 230: 88-97 (1974).

Best MR and Brightman FH. The book of secrets of Albertus Magnus. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1973.

Cares HL, Hale JR, Montgomery DB, Richter HA, and Sweet WH. Laboratory experience with a magnetically guided intravascular catheter system. J. Neurosurg. 38: 145-154 (1973).

Mosso JA and Rand RW. Ferromagnetic silicone vascular occlusion: A technique for selective infarction of tumors and organs. Ann. Surg. 178: 663-668 (1973).

Darnton R. F.A. Mesmer. In (). Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Scribner, New York, 1972, pp. 325-328.

Lindoy LF, Katovic V, and Busch DH. A variable-temperature faraday magnetic balance. J. Chem. Ed. 49: 117-120 (1972).

Keeton WT. Magnetic interference with pigeons homing. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 68: 102-106 (1971).

Nakamura T, Konno K, Morone T, Tsuya N, and Hatano M. Magneto-medicine: Biological aspects of ferromagnetic fine particles. J. Appl. Physiol. 42: 1320-1324 (1971).

References 1970-1961

Becker JJ. Permanent magnets. Sci. Am. December: 92-100 (1970).

Springer S. Beitrag zur Frage der Magnetoperation am Auge unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des methodischen Vorgehens. Ph.D. thesis, Med. Fak. University Halle, Germany, 1970.

Montgomery DB, Weggel RJ, and Leupold MJ. Superconducting magnet system for intravascular navigation. J. Appl. Phys. 40: 2129-2132 (1969).

Bransky J, Hirsch AA, and Bransky I. Use of a commercial electric microbalance for highly sensitive magnetic torque measurements. J. Sci. Instrum. (J. Phys. E), 1: 790-792 (1968).

Sootin H. Experiments with magnetism. W.W. Norton & Company, New York, 1968.

Yodh SB, Pierce NT, Weggel RJ, and Montgomery DB. A new magnet system for intravascular navigation. Med. Biol. Eng. 6: 143-147 (1968).

Barnothy MF. Biological effects of magnetic fields. Plenum Press, New York, 1964 and 1969.

Luborsky FE, Drummond BJ, and Penta AQ. Recent advances in the removal of magnetic foreign bodies from the esophagus, stomach and duodenum with controllable permanent magnets. Am. J. Roentg. Rad. Ther. Nucl. Med. 92: 1021-1025 (1964).

Rocard Y. Actions of a very weak magnetic gradient: The reflex of the dowser. In Barnothy MF (Ed.). Biological effects of magnetic fields. Plenum Press, New York, 1964, pp. 279-286.

Meyers PH, Cronic F, and Nice CM. Experimental approach in the use and magnetic control of metallic iron particles in the lymphatic and vascular system of dogs as a contrast and isotopic agent. 90: 1068-1077 (1963).

Mulay LN. Measurement of magnetic susceptibility and related quantities. In Meites L (Ed.). Handbook of analytical chemistry. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1963, pp. 7/39-7/54.

Riethe P. Hildegard von Bingen: Naturkunde. Salzburg, 1961.

References 1960-1900

Freeman MW, Arrott A, and Watson JHL. Magnetism in medicine. J. Appl. Phys. 31 (Supplement):404S-405S (1960).

Gill SJ, Malone CP, and Downing M. Magnetic susceptibility measurements of single small particles. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 31: 1299-1303 (1960).

Barnothy JM and Barnothy MF. Biological effect of a magnetic field and the radiation syndrome.Nature, 181: 1785-1786 (1958).

Barnothy JM, Barnothy MF, and Boszormenyi-Nagy I. Influence of magnetic field upon the leucocytes of the mouse. Nature, 177: 577-578 (1956).

Levine S. Magnetic techniques for in vitro isolation of leucocytes. Science, 123: 185-186 (1956).

Watson JHL and Freeman MW. The electron microscopy of submicron iron particles. Proceedings of Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials: 150-157 (1955).

Sarton G. A history of science: Ancient science through the golden age of Greece. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1952.

Whalen EJ. Magnet extraction of foreign bodies. Tr. Am. Broncho-Esophagological Assoc.: 35-43 (1950).

Stanley JK. Metallurgy and magnetism. American Society of Metals, Cleveland, 1948.

Gunther RT. The greek herbal of Dioscorides. University Press, Oxford, 1934.

Mitchell AC. Chapters in the history of terrestrial magnetism. Terrestrial Magnetism and Atmospheric Electricity, 37: 326 and 347 (1932).

Sarton G. Introduction to the history of science. Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, 1927-1948.

Brock AJ. Galen on the natural faculties. William Heinemann, London, 1916.

Haab O. Kritische Bemerkungen zur Magnet-Operation. Arch. Augenheilk. 69: 111-127 (1911).

Haab O. Über ein neues Modell meines grossen Augenmagneten und die Anwendungsweise solcher Instrumente. Arch. Augenheilk. 68: 1-24 (1910).

Jackson C. Foreign bodies in the trachea, bronchi and oesophagus. The aid of oesophagoscopy, bronchoscopy, and magnetism in their extraction. Laryngoscope, 15: 257-281 (1905).

References 1900 & Older

Hirschberg J. Geschichte der Augenheilkunde. Engelmann, Leipzig, 1899.

Windle BCA. On the effects of electricity and magnetism on development. J. Anat. Physiol. 29: 346-351 (1895).

Haab O. Die Verwendung sehr starker Magnete zur Entfernung von Eisensplittern aus dem Auge.Ber. dtsch. ophthal. Ges. 22: 163-172 (1892).

Peterson F and Kennelly AE. Some physiological experiments with magnets at the Edison Laboratory. NY Med. J. 56: 729-732 (1892).

Albertus Magnus. Opera Omnia. August Borgnet, Paris, 1890.

Liebig GA and Rohe GH. Practical electricity in medicine and surgery. F.A. Davis, Philadelphia, 1890.

Bartholow R. Medical electricity. Felgar Press, Boston, 1887.

Quinan JR. The use of the magnet in medicine. Maryland Med. J. 5 (Jan): 460-465 (1886).

Hirschberg J. Ueber die Magnet Extraction von Eisensplittern aus den Augeninnern. Berlin Klin. Wochenschrift, Jan.: No. 5 (1883).

McKeown WA. Extraction of a piece of steel from the vitreous humour by the magnet: Recovery of almost perfect vision. Br. Med. J. June 20: 800-801 (1874).

Andry and Thouret. Observationes et recherches sur l'usage de l'aimant en Medicine. Trans. de la Societe royale de medecine, tom iii: 53 (1779).

Morgagni JB. De Sedibas et acausis morborum per anatomen indagatis. Lib. 1, Let. xiii. c. 21-22,, 1761.

Turberville. Two letters from that experienced oculist, Dr. Turberville, of Salisbury, to Mr. Wm. Musgrave, S.P.S. of Oxon, containing several remarkable cases in physic, relating chiefly to the eyes. Philosophical Transactions, XIV: No. 164 (1684).

Johnston. Translation of Ambrose Parè's work. 1678.

Frisii A. The Kerckringii Spicilegium Anatomicum. Amsterdam, 1670.

Kirches. Ars Magnesia. 1640.

Guilhelmus Fabricius Hildanus. Observationum & Curationum Chirurgicarum Centuria V. Frankfurt, 1627.

Gilbert W. De Magnete, Magneticisque, Corporibus, et de Magno Magnete Tellure; Physiologica Nova (On the lodestone, magnetic bodies, and on the great magnet the earth). Dover (Paperback re-publication, 1991, Translation: Mottelay PF), New York, 1600.

Gilbertus Anglicus. Compendium Medicinae tam Morborium universalium quam particularum. 1290.

Peregrinus P. Epistola Petri Peregrini de Maricourt ad Sygerum de Foucaucourt, Militem, De Magnete. Privately published, Italy, 1269.


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