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Experimentally applied millimeter waves and their non-thermal effects on biosystems

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Applied Fields - Experimental
Millimeter & Submillimeter Wave

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Favailable in PDFStudy of the Effects of Ultra-Low Intensity Electromagnetic Fields on Biological Objects50-60 GHz - 0.000000000001 mW/cm2Commentary icon2021-(8)Yuliia Voloshyn, Sergey Kulish, Volodymyr Oliinyk, Andrei Frolov
Favailable in PDFComparative Evaluation of the Effect of Low-Intensity Electromagnetic Noise Signals in the Microwave Range on the Induction of Metabolic and Vascular Adaptation Reactions in Experimental Thermal Burns53.6-78.3 GHz, 130-170 GHz - 0.05 mW/cm2Commentary icon2021-(9)A. G. Polyakova, A. G. Soloveva, P. V. Peretyagin
Aavailable in HTMLFeasibility study on transcutaneous auricular vagus nerve stimulation using millimeter waves60 GHz - 0.241 mW/cm2Commentary icon2021-(1)Hi Yuen Song, Dong Woo Shin, Seung Moon Jung, Yong Jeong, Bumseok Jeong, Chul Soon Park
Aavailable in HTMLFeatures of using Extremely High-Frequency Low-Intensity Electromagnetic Radiation in Medical Practice (review)-No comments yet icon2021-(1)A. A. Sentsov, I. G. Bukaeva, G. I. Neuimina
Favailable in PDFEffect of millimeter range electromagnetic waves on some biophysical characteristics of human serum albumin41.8 GHz, 51.8 GHzCommentary icon2021-(2)Mariam Shahinyan, Ara Antonyan, Marieta Mikaelyan, Poghos Vardevanyan
Favailable in PDF and HTMLSensitivity to Electromagnetic Stimuli: Entwined Histories of Wireless Signals and Plant Ecologies-Commentary icon2020-(9)Rahul Mukherjee
Aavailable in HTMLGrowth properties and hydrogen yield in green microalga Parachlorella kessleri: Effects of low-intensity electromagnetic irradiation at the frequencies of 51.8 GHz and 53.0 GHz51.8 GHz, 53 GHzNo comments yet icon2020-(1)Jemma Manoyan, Lilit Gabrielyan, Vitaly Kalantaryan, Armen Trchounian
Favailable in PDFThe Role of Polyamine Metabolism in the Regulation of Male Gamete Apoptosis42.2 GHz - 0.1 mW/cm2Commentary icon2020-(3)A. M. Ibragimova, F. Y. Dautova, N. N. Grigorian
Favailable in PDF and HTMLThe Effects of Low-Intensity Millimeter-Wavelength Radiation and Electromagnetic Shielding on Pain Sensitivity in Rats42.3 GHz - 0.1 mW/cm2Commentary icon2020-(9)E. N. Chuyan, E. R. Dzheldubaeva, N. S. Tribrat
Favailable in PDFEffect of millimeter range electromagnetic waves on complex-formation of ethidium bromide and Hoechst 33258 with DNA64.5 GHz - 0.05 mW/cm2Commentary icon2020-(7)M. A. Shahinyan, M. S. Mikaelyan, M. A. Torosyan, A. T. Karapetyan
Favailable in PDF and HTMLMechanism of non-thermal effect of Millimeter Wave irradiation on Cell Growth85-105 GHz - 0.8-1.4 mW/cm2Commentary icon2020-(14)Ayan Barbora, Shailendra Rajput, Konstantin Komoshvili, Jacob Levitan, Asher Yahalom, Stella Liberman-Aronov
Favailable in PDF and HTMLApoptosis-Promoting Effects on A375 Human Melanoma Cells Induced by Exposure to 35.2-GHz Millimeter Wave35.2 GHz - 0.16 mW/cm2No comments yet icon2020-(8)Ruiting Zhao, Yonghong Liu, Sida Liu, Tong Luo, Guang Yuan Zhong, Anqi Liu, Qiang Zeng, Sherman Xuegang Xin
Favailable in PDFBiological Risks of Using Non-Thermal Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Fields (review)-Commentary icon2020-(15)Olena Nizhelska, Lolita Marynchenko, Vasyl Piasetskyi
Favailable in PDFW-Band Millimeter Waves Targeted Mortality of H1299 Human Lung Cancer Cells without Affecting Non-tumorigenic MCF-10A Human Epithelial Cells In Vitro75-105 GHz - 0.2 mW/cm2No comments yet icon2020-(20)Konstantin Komoshvili, Katya Israel, Jacob Levitan, Asher Yahalom, Ayan Barbora, Stella Liberman Aronov
Favailable in PDFOn the Possibility of Using Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation (Millimeter Waves) in Oncology48.3-64.5 GHz - 0.01 mW/cm2No comments yet icon2020-(9)V. P. Kalantaryan, R. Martirosyan, Y. Babayan, R. Khazaryan
Favailable in PDFMorphological changes in H1299 human lung cancer cells following Millimeter-wave irradiation75-105 GHz - 0.2 mW/cm2Commentary icon2020-(15)Konstantin Komoshvili, Tzippi Becker, Jacob Levitan, Asher Yahalom, Boris Kapilevich, Ayan Barbora, Stella Liberman-Aronov
Favailable in PDFDynamics of Brain-Specific Proteins and Melatonin Before and After Microwave Resonance Therapy in Patients with Aftereffects of Mild Brain Injury37.5-53.6 GHzCommentary icon2019-(4)Volodymyr Korshnyak
Favailable in PDFAggregative properties of erythrocyte under the influence of millimeter range electromagnetic waves51.8 GHz - 0.064 mW/cm2Commentary icon2018-(6)M. A. Shahinyan, M. S. Mikaelyan, M. R. Darbinyan, P. O. Vardevanyan
Favailable in PDFThe Effect of Electromagnetic Radiation at Frequencies of 51.8 and 53.0 GHz on Growth, Pigment Content, Hydrogen Photoemission, and F0F1-ATPase Activity in the Purple Bacterium Rhodobacter sphaeroides51.8 GHz, 53 GHz - 0.06 mW/cm2No comments yet icon2018-(6)L. Gabrielyana , V. Kalantaryana, A. Trchouniana
Favailable in PDFEffect of athermal millimeter electromagnetic radiation on DNA structure of tumor tissue in vivo48.3-50.3 GHzCommentary icon2017-(3)A. A. Tadevosyan
Favailable in PDF and HTMLInfluence of millimeter wave electromagnetic radiation of nonthermal intensity on density of aqueous solutions48.3-64.5 GHz - 0.05-0.06 mW/cm2No comments yet icon2017-(5)A. A. Tadevosyan
Favailable in PDF and HTMLThe distinguishing effects of low-intensity electromagnetic radiation of different extremely high frequencies on Enterococcus hirae: growth rate inhibition and scanning electron microscopy analysis51.8-53.0 GHz - 0.06 mW/cm2No comments yet icon2017-(6)Lilit Gabrielyan, Harutyun Sargsyan, Armen Trchounian
Favailable in PDFAction of Non-Ionizing Radiation on Tumor and Healthy DNA38.5-78.8 GHz - 0.01 mW/cm2 (SAR 0.2 W/kg)Commentary icon2016-(6)V. Kalantaryan, R. Martirosyan, Y. Babayan, L. Nersesyan, H. Stepanyan, R. Vardapetyan
Aavailable in HTMLBiohydrogen production by purple non-sulfur bacteria Rhodobacter sphaeroides : Effect of low-intensity electromagnetic irradiation51.8-53.0 GHz - 0.06 mW/cm2No comments yet icon2016-(1)Lilit Gabrielyan, Harutyun Sargsyan, Armen Trchounian
Favailable in PDFThe Effect of Non-Thermal Microwave-Treated Physiological Solution on Isolated Heart Muscle of Snail60 GHz (4 Hz modulated) - (SAR max. 0.58 W/kg)No comments yet icon2016-(7)Gayane Ayrapetyan, Hovik Hayrapetyan, Sinerik Ayrapetyan
Favailable in PDF and HTMLMillimeter waves or extremely high frequency electromagnetic fields in the environment: what are their effects on bacteria? (review)(50-100 GHz)Commentary icon2016-(11)Diana Soghomonyan, Karen Trchounian, Armen Trchounian
Favailable in PDFLinks between extremely high frequency electromagnetic waves and their biological manifestations-No comments yet icon2015-(4)Emil Anton , Anatol Rotaru , Daniel Covatariu, Alin Ciobica, Daniel Timofte, Radu Popescu, Carmen Anton
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubPreliminary Results of Influence of Nonionizing Electromagnetic Radiation on Tumor and Healthy DNA and Role of Water38.5-78.8 GHz - 0.01 mW/cm2 (SAR 0.2 W/kg)Commentary icon2014-(8)Vitali Kalantaryan, Radik Martirosyan, Yuri Babayan, Lusine Nersesyan, Hrachya Stepanyan
Favailable in PDFNon-thermal influence of a weak microwave on nerve fiber activity-No comments yet icon2014-(30)M.N. Shneider, M. Pekker
Favailable in PDFNon-Thermal Mechanism of Weak Microwave Fields Influence on Nerve Fiber30-300 GHzNo comments yet icon2013-(25)M.N. Shneider, M. Pekker
Favailable in PDFThe influence of millimeter waves on the physical properties of large and giant unilamellar vesicles52–72 GHz - 0.0035–0.010 mW/cm2No comments yet icon2013-(16)Katia Cosentino, Amerigo Beneduci, Alfonsina Ramundo, Orlando, Giuseppe Chidichimo
Favailable in PDF and HTMLRegulatory effects of terahertz waves (review)150 GHzNo comments yet icon2013-(7)Vyacheslav F. Kirichuk, Alexey N. Ivanov
Favailable in PDFEffect of Millimeter Waves with Low Intensity on Peroxidase Total Activity and isoenzyme Composition in Cells of Wheat Seedling Shoots49-53 GHz - 0.06 mW/cm2No comments yet icon2013-(7)Anahit V. Nerkararyan, Mariam A. Shahinyan, Marieta S. Mikaelyan, Poghos O. Vardevanyan
Favailable in PDFBactericidal effects of low-intensity extremely high frequency electromagnetic field: an overview with phenomenon, mechanisms, targets and consequences (review)40-100 GHzCommentary icon2013-(10)Heghine Torgomyan, Armen Trchounian
Favailable in PDFMicrowave induced shift of the main phase transition in phosphatidylcholine membranes53–78 GHz - (SAR 0.002-0.008 W/kg)No comments yet icon2012-(7)Amerigo Beneduci, Luigi Filippelli, Katia Cosentino, Maria L. Calabrese, Rita Massa, Giuseppe Chidichimo
Favailable in PDFCell bathing medium as a target for non thermal effect of millimeter waves90-160 GHz (4 Hz modulated) - (SAR 1.49 W/kg)No comments yet icon2012-(11)Anush Deghoyan, Armenuhi Heqimyan, Anna Nikoghosyan, Erna Dadasyan, Sinerik Ayrapetyan
Favailable in PDFEscherichia coli Growth Changes by the Mediated Effects After Low-Intensity Electromagnetic Irradiation of Extremely High Frequencies51.8, 53, 70.6, 73 GHz - 0.06 mW/cm2No comments yet icon2012-(10)Heghine Torgomyan, Karlen Hovnanyan, Armen Trchounian
Favailable in PDFInfluence of low intensity coherent electromagnetic millimeter radiation (EMR) on aqua solution of DNA64.5 GHz - 0.05 mW/cm2Commentary icon2010-(8)V. P. Kalantaryan, Y. S. Babayan, E. S. Gevorgyan, S. N. Hakobyan, A. P. Antonyan, P. O. Vardevanyan
Favailable in PDFExtremely High Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation Enforces Bacterial Effects of Inhibitors and Antibiotics51.8-53 GHz - 0.06 mW/cm2Commentary icon2008-(7)Hasmik Tadevosyan, Vitaly Kalantaryan, Armen Trchounian
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Favailable in PDF and HTMLTheoretical investigation on the effect of terahertz wave on Ca2+ transport in the calcium channel-Commentary icon2021-(20)Lianghao Guo, Wenfei Bo, Kaicheng Wang, Shaomeng Wang, Yubin Gong
Favailable in PDF and HTMLTerahertz Exposure Enhances Neuronal Synaptic Transmission and Oligodendrocyte Differentiation in vitro3.1 THz - 0.07 mW/cm2Commentary icon2021-(22)Xianghui Zhao, Ming Zhang, Yuming Liu, Haiying Liu, Keke Ren, Qian Xue, Haifeng Zhang, Na Zhi, Wenting Wang, Shengxi Wu
Aavailable in HTMLImpact of Sub-Millimeter Waves on the Assembly Kinetics of Microtubules-Commentary icon2018-(1)Xomalin G. Peralta, Jody C. Cantu, Cesario Z. Cerna, Ibtissam Echchgadda
Favailable in PDFNumerical and experimental studies of mechanisms underlying the effect of pulsed broadband terahertz radiation on nerve cells (in vitro)0.1-2 THz - 0.00007-0.011 mW/cm2Commentary icon2014-(6)M. V. Duka, L. N. Dvoretskaya, N. S. Balbekin, M. K. Khodzitskii, S. A. Chivilikhin, O. A. Smolyanskaya
Aavailable in HTMLChanging growth of neurites of sensory ganglion by terahertz radiation (in vitro)0.05-2 THz - 0.0005-0.05 mW/cm2Commentary icon2012-(1)M. V. Tsurkan, O. A. Smolyanskaya, V. G. Bespalov, V. A. Penniyainen, A. V. Kipenko, E. V. Lopatina, B. V. Krylov

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