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21.10.14: The biological effect of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields and vibrations on barley seed hydration and germination.
Amyan A, Ayrapetyan S (2004), ScientificWorldJournal 4: 55 - 69

20.10.14: Effects of alternating magnetic field on the metabolism of the healthy and diabetic organisms.
Öcal I, Kalkan T, Günay I (2004), Braz. arch. biol. technol. 47 (5): 523 - 530

13.10.14: Neuroprotective effects of extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields on a Huntington's disease rat model: effects on neurotrophic factors and neuronal density.
Tasset I, Medina FJ, Jimena I, Aguera E, Gascon F, Feijoo M, Sanchez-Lopez F, Luque E, Pena J, Drucker-Colin R, Tunez I (2012), Neuroscience 209: 54 - 63

10.10.14: Comparison of the reactions to stress produced by X-rays or electromagnetic fields (50Hz) and heat: induction of heat shock genes and cell cycle effects in human cells.
Tokalov SV, Pieck S, Gutzeit HO (2003), J. Appl. Biomed. 1: 85 - 92

09.10.14: Effect of ELF-EMF Exposure on Human Neuroblastoma Cell Line: a Proteomics Analysis.
Hasanzadeh H, Rezaie-Tavirani M, Seyyedi SS, Zali H, Heydari Keshel S, Jadidi M, Abedelahi A (2014), Iran J Cancer Prev 7 (1): 22 - 27


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20.10.14: Decreased Survival of Glioma Patients with Astrocytoma Grade IV (Glioblastoma Multiforme) Associated with Long-Term Use of Mobile and Cordless Phones.
Carlberg M, Hardell L (2014), Int J Environ Res Public Health 11 (10): 10790 - 10805

15.10.14: Modeling the effect of adverse environmental conditions and clothing on temperature rise in a human body exposed to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields.
McIntosh R, Iskra S, Moore S, Wood A (2014), IEEE Trans Biomed Eng: in press

13.10.14: Transcriptome Analysis Reveals the Contribution of Thermal and the Specific Effects in Cellular Response to Millimeter Wave Exposure.
Habauzit D, Le Quement C, Zhadobov M, Martin C, Aubry M, Sauleau R, Le Drean Y (2014), PLoS One 9 (10): e109435-1 - e109435-10

13.10.14: No Evidence of Persisting Unrepaired Nuclear DNA Single Strand Breaks in Distinct Types of Cells in the Brain, Kidney, and Liver of Adult Mice after Continuous Eight-Week 50 Hz Magnetic Field Exposure with Flux Density of 0.1 mT or 1.0 mT.
Korr H, Angstman NB, Born TB, Bosse K, Brauns B, Demmler M, Fueller K, Kantor O, Kever BM, Rahimyar N, Salimi S, Silny J, Schmitz C (2014), PLoS One 9 (10): e109774-1 - e109774-7

09.10.14: The MOBI-Kids Study Protocol: Challenges in Assessing Childhood and Adolescent Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields from Wireless Telecommunication Technologies and Possible Association with Brain Tumor Risk.
Sadetzki S, Langer CE, Bruchim R, Kundi M, Merletti F, Vermeulen R, Kromhout H, Lee AK, Maslanyj M, Sim MR, Taki M, Wiart J, Armstrong B, Milne E, Benke G, Schattner R, Hutter HP, Woehrer A, Krewski D, Mohipp C, Momoli F, Ritvo P, Spinelli J, Lacour B, Delmas D, Remen T, Radon K, Weinmann T, Klostermann S, Heinrich S, Petridou E, Bouka E, Panagopoulou P, Dikshit R, Nagrani R, Even-Nir H, Chetrit A, Maule M, Migliore E, Filippini G, Miligi L, Mattioli S, Yamaguchi N, Kojimahara N, Ha M, Choi KH, Mannetje A', Eng A, Woodward A, Carretero G, Alguacil J, Aragones N, Suare-Varela MM, Goedhart G, Schouten-van Meeteren AA, Reedijk AA, Cardis E (2014), Front Public Health 2: 124


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