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 Information on the Effects of Electromagnetic Fields 

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24.04.14: Disturbance of the magnetic field did not affect spatial memory.
Li Y, Zhang C, Song T (2014), Physiol Res: in press

17.04.14: Absence of DNA damage after 60-Hz electromagnetic field exposure combined with ionizing radiation, hydrogen peroxide, or c-Myc overexpression.
Jin YB, Choi SH, Lee JS, Kim JK, Lee JW, Hong SC, Myung SH, Lee YS (2014), Radiat Environ Biophys 53 (1): 93 - 101

16.04.14: Occupational extremely low-frequency magnetic field exposure and selected cancer outcomes in a prospective Dutch cohort.
Koeman T, van den Brandt PA, Slottje P, Schouten LJ, Goldbohm RA, Kromhout H, Vermeulen R (2014), Cancer Causes Control 25 (2): 203 - 214

11.04.14: Effects of olive leave extract on metabolic disorders and oxidative stress induced by 2.45 GHz WIFI signals.
Salah MB, Abdelmelek H, Abderraba M (2013), Environ Toxicol Pharmacol 36 (3): 826 - 834

11.04.14: Mobile phone use and risk of intracranial tumors: A consistency analysis
Lagorio S, Röösli M (2014), Bioelectromagnetics 35 (2): 79 - 90

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23.04.14: Cell phone use and parotid salivary gland alterations: no molecular evidence.
de Souza FT, Silva JF, Ferreira EF, Siqueira EC, Duarte AP, Gomez MV, Gomez RS, Gomes CC (2014), Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev: in press

23.04.14: High-field MRI and mercury release from dental amalgam fillings.
Mortazavi SM, Neghab M, Anoosheh SM, Bahaeddini N, Mortazavi G, Neghab P, Rajaeifard A (2014), Int J Occup Environ Med 5 (2): 101 - 105

23.04.14: MicroRNAs: Novel Mechanism Involved in the Pathogenesis of Microwave Exposure on Rats' Hippocampus.
Zhao L, Sun C, Xiong L, Yang Y, Gao Y, Wang L, Zuo H, Xu X, Dong J, Zhou H, Peng R (2014), J Mol Neurosci: in press

22.04.14: Effect of mobile phone use on salivary concentrations of protein, amylase, lipase, immunoglobulin A, lysozyme, lactoferrin, peroxidase and C-reactive protein of the parotid gland.
Hashemipour MS, Yarbakht M, Gholamhosseinian A, Famori H (2014), J Laryngol Otol: 1 - 9

22.04.14: Reduction of Phosphorylated Synapsin I (Ser-553) Leads to Spatial Memory Impairment by Attenuating GABA Release after Microwave Exposure in Wistar Rats.
Qiao S, Peng R, Yan H, Gao Y, Wang C, Wang S, Zou Y, Xu X, Zhao L, Dong J, Su Z, Feng X, Wang L, Hu X (2014), PLoS One 9 (4): e95503

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