Research Paper Volume 12, Issue 7 pp 6225—6239

Rotating magnetic field ameliorates experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis by promoting T cell peripheral accumulation and regulating the balance of Treg and Th1/Th17

Figure 9. RMF exposure device. (A) Treatment tables were positioned at the central top of the device. Rotating frequency was 4.0 Hz and intensity was 0.2 T. (B) The magnetic field of different amplitude consisting of two overlapping components was formed above the device: (C) translational (with fluctuating inversion time) and (D) rotational (with fluctuating rotational frequencies).