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DETAILS * Long-term (up to 20 years) effects of 50-Hz magnetic field exposure on immune system and hematological parameters in healthy men. med./biol.
Touitou Y, Djeridane Y, Lambrozo J, Camus F, Selmaoui B (2013), Clin Biochem 46 (1-2): 59 - 63
Aim: To study the effects of an exposure to electromagnetic fields in workers chronically exposed to electromagnetic fields both at work and at home
(between 1 and 20 years duration) on immunological-hematological parameters (q.v. Touitou et al. 2012).
Endpoints: effects on immunological system (immunological-hematological parameters)
Exposure: 50 Hz, magnetic field, 50/60 Hz (AC), electrical substation, occupational exposure, residential exposure
DETAILS * In utero and early-life exposure of rats to a Wi-Fi signal: Screening of immune markers in sera and gestational outcome. med./biol.
Ait-Aissa S, Billaudel B, Poulletier de Gannes F, Ruffie G, Duleu S, Hurtier A, Haro E, Taxile M, Athane A, Geffard M, Wu T, Wiart J, Bodet D, Veyret B, Lagroye I (2012), Bioelectromagnetics 33 (5): 410 - 420
Aim: To test the hypothesis that exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields may impact the production of neoantigens in developing
organisms, the authors investigated sera of young rats exposed from the gestational period until sexual maturity.
Endpoints: effects on immunological system (screening of immune markers (antibodies) directed against 15 different antigens related to damage and/or pathological markers)
System: animal (species/strain): rat/Wistar
Exposure: 2.45 GHz, W-LAN/WiFi
DETAILS * Effects of simultaneous combined exposure to CDMA and WCDMA electromagnetic field on immune functions in rats. med./biol.
Jin YB, Pyun BJ, Jin H, Choi HD, Pack JK, Kim N, Lee YS (2012), Int J Radiat Biol 88 (11): 814 - 821
Aim: To assess the effect of simultaneous exposure to two types of radiofrequency electromagnetic field signals (CDMA and W-CDMA) on the immune system of rats.
Endpoints: effects on immunological system (different immune parameters)
System: animal (species/strain): rat/Sprague-Dawley
Exposure: 848.5 MHz - 1.95 GHz, mobile communication system, mobile phone, CDMA, W-CDMA, co-exposure
* Prenatal exposure to radiofrequencies: Effects of WiFi signals on thymocyte development and peripheral T cell compartment in an animal model. med./biol.
Laudisi F, Sambucci M, Nasta F, Pinto R, Lodato R, Altavista P, Lovisolo GA, Marino C, Pioli C (2012), Bioelectromagnetics 33 (8): 652 - 661
Exposure: 2.451 GHz - 2.473 GHz, radio frequency field, PW (pulsed wave), W-LAN/WiFi, 2.45 GHz, wireless transmitter (RF)
* Functionality of natural killer cells from end-stage cancer patients exposed to coherent electromagnetic fields. med./biol.
Evangelou A, Toliopoulos I, Giotis C, Metsios A, Verginadis I, Simos Y, Havelas K, Hadziaivazis G, Karkabounas S (2011), Electromagn Biol Med 30 (1): 46 - 56
Exposure: 600 kHz - 729 kHz, intermediate frequency
DETAILS * The role of fatty acids in anti-inflammatory effects of low-intensity extremely high-frequency electromagnetic radiation. med./biol.
Gapeyev AB, Kulagina TP, Aripovsky AV, Chemeris NK (2011), Bioelectromagnetics 32 (5): 388 - 395
Aim: To study the effects of low-intensity extremely high frequency electromagnetic radiation (42.2 GHz) on the fatty acid composition of thymic cells and blood plasma in normal mice and in mice with peritoneal inflammation.
Endpoints: effects on immunological system (involvement of fatty acids in inflammation)
System: animal (species/strain): mouse/BALB/c
Exposure: 42.2 GHz, radio frequency field, CW (continuous wave)
* Early life exposure to 2.45GHz WiFi-like signals: Effects on development and maturation of the immune system. med./biol.
Sambucci M, Laudisi F, Nasta F, Pinto R, Lodato R, Lopresto V, Altavista P, Marino C, Pioli C (2011), Prog Biophys Mol Biol 107 (3): 393 - 398
Exposure: W-LAN/WiFi, 2.45 GHz
DETAILS * Acute exposure to 50-Hz magnetic fields increases interleukin-6 in young healthy men. med./biol.
Selmaoui B, Lambrozo J, Sackett-Lundeen L, Haus E, Touitou Y (2011), J Clin Immunol 31 (6): 1105 - 1111
Aim: To study the effects of acute exposure to 50 Hz magnetic fields on the production of different interleukins in humans.
Endpoints: effects on immunological system (interleukin production)
Exposure: 50 Hz, magnetic field, low frequency field, 50/60 Hz (AC)
* Impact of low-frequency pulsed magnetic fields on defensin and CRP concentrations in patients with painful diabetic polyneuropathy and in healthy subjects. med./biol.
Szymborska-Kajanek A, Strzelczyk JK, Karasek D, Rawwash HA, Biniszkiewicz T, Cieslar G, Hajdrowska B, Sieron-Stoltny K, Sieron A, Wiczkowski A, Grzeszczak W, Strojek K (2010), Electromagn Biol Med 29 (1-2): 19 - 25
Exposure: magnetic field, signals/pulses, LF therapeutical/medical device
DETAILS * Natural killer cell activity decreases in workers occupationally exposed to extremely low frequency magnetic fields exceeding 1 microT. (not peer reviewed) med./biol.
Gobba F, Bargellini A, Bravo G, Scaringi M, Cauteruccio L, Borella P (2009), Int J Immunopathol Pharmacol 22 (4): 1059 - 1066
Aim: To study the possible effects of occupational extremely low frequency magnetic field exposure on natural killer cell cytotoxic activity in peripheral blood cells of workers engaged in different occupational activities not involving any exposure to chemical/physical factors.
The study was performed to confirm previous results with a larger study group (see Gobba et al. 2009).
Endpoints: effects on immunological system (activity of natural killer cells)
Exposure: magnetic field, low frequency field, occupational exposure
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