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Wi-Fi MW Hazards Experiments
Experimental demonstrations of how Wi-Fi is affecting life in various health parameters

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Wi-Fi MW Hazards Experiments (2450 MHz, etc.)

Wi-Fi MW Hazards Experiments

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Favailable in PDFEffects of Wi-Fi Wave Exposure on Human Working Memory (in Farsi)2.45 GHz - (SAR 0.15 W/kg)20min/1dCommentary icon2018-(13)Shahram Behbahanian, Alireza Moradi, Reza Khosroabadi, Vahid Negati
Aavailable in HTMLRadiofrequency radiation emitted from Wi-Fi (2.4 GHz) causes impaired insulin secretion and increased oxidative stress in rat pancreatic islets2.45 GHz4h/45dNo comments yet icon2018-(1)Ali Masoumi, Narges Karbalaei, S. M. J. Mortazavi, Mohammad Shabani
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubEvaluation of the Effectiveness of Protective Patches on Acupoints to Preserve the Bioenergetic Status against Magnetic Fields ("physical remedy")SMF, Wi-Fi-Commentary icon2018-(10)Claudio Molinari, Ian Stoppa, Nicola Limardo, Francesca Uberti
Favailable in PDFElectromagnetic radiation 2450 MHz exposure causes cognition deficit with mitochondrial dysfunction and activation of intrinsic pathway of apoptosis in rats2.45 GHz - (SAR 0.0616 W/kg (body))1h/28dCommentary icon2018-(35)Sukesh Kumar Gupta, Manoj Kumar Mesharam, Sairam Krishnamurthy
Aavailable in HTMLMicrowave radiation alters burn injury-evoked electric potential in Nicotiana benthamiana2.45 GHz - 0.5 mW/cm2-Commentary icon2018-(1)M. D. H. J. Senavirathna, T. Asaeda
Favailable in PDFHigh-frequency electromagnetic radiation action and influence resonators-converters on frequency of chromosome aberrations in bone marrow cells of male Wistar rats ("physical remedy")2.4 GHz2-6h/1-21dCommentary icon2018-(7)N.A. Dyuzhikova, A.V. Kopyltsov, K.A. Korshunov, G.N. Lukyanov, V.A. Puchkova, I.N. Serov
Favailable in PDFConsequences of 2.4-2.48 Ghz non-ionizing radiation of Wi-Fi router devices on the information processing speed in adolescents2.4 GHz-Commentary icon2018-(5)Kourosh Bamdad, Abdolhasan Shakiba, Masoomeh Esmaeili
Favailable in PDFModerate Dose of Trolox Preventing the Deleterious Effects of Wi-Fi Radiation on Spermatozoa In vitro through Reduction of Oxidative Stress Damage ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz (SAR 1-2.5 W/kg)90min/1dNo comments yet icon2018-(12)Shang-Shu Ding, Ping Sun, Zhou Zhang, Xiang Liu, Hong Tian, Yong-Wei Huo, Li-Rong Wang, Yan Han, Jun-Ping Xing
Favailable in PDFEffects of microwave radations (2.45 ghz) on biochemical alterations in brain of swiss albino mice and its amelioration by melatonin ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz - 0.174 mW/cm2 (SAR 0.368 W/kg)2h/30dNo comments yet icon2018-(7)Rajendra Jat, Najendra Singh, Sanjay Singh, Rashmi Sisodia, Deepak Bhatnagar, Virender Saxena
Favailable in PDFThe effects of wireless electromagnetic fields on the activities of carbonic anhydrase and acetylcholinesterase enzymes in various tissues of rats2.4 GHz12h/14dCommentary icon2018-(6)Umit Muhammet Kocyigit, Parham Taslimi, Fatih Gurses, Sinan Soylu, Sevgi Durna Dastan, İlhami Gulcin
Favailable in PDF and HTMLExposure to radio-frequency electromagnetic waves alters acetylcholinesterase gene expression, exploratory and motor coordination- linked behaviour in male rats2.5 GHz24h/28-56dCommentary icon2017-(5)Adejoke Olukayode Obajuluwa, Ayodele Jacob Akinyemi, Olakunle Bamikole Afolabi, Khalid Adekoya, Joseph Olurotimi Sanya, Azeez Olakunle Ishola
Favailable in PDF and HTMLRats exposed to 2.45 GHz of non-ionizing radiation exhibit behavioral changes with increased brain expression of apoptotic caspase 32.45 GHz - 0.788 mW/cm24h/45dCommentary icon2017-(12)Rini Varghese, Anuradha Majumdar, Girish Kumar, Amit Shukla
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubRAPD Profiling, DNA Fragmentation, and Histomorphometric Examination in Brains of Wistar Rats Exposed to Indoor 2.5 Ghz Wi-Fi Devices Radiation2.5 GHz24h/30-60dCommentary icon2017-(7)A. O. Ibitayo, O. B. Afolabi, A. J. Akinyemi, T. I. Ojiezeh, K. O. Adekoya, O. O. Ojewunmi
Favailable in PDF and HTMLDoes all-day and long-term exposure to radiofrequency radiation emitted from Wi-Fi affect hearing?2.45 GHz24h/265dCommentary icon2017-(6)Ediz Yorgancilar, Suleyman Dasdag, Mehmet Zülküf Akdag, Zeki Akkus, Mehmet Akdag, Ismail Topcu
Aavailable in HTML2.45 GHz Microwave radiation impairs hippocampal learning and spatial memory: Involvement of local stress mechanism induced suppression of iGluR/ERK/CREB signaling2.45 GHz - 0.0248 mW/cm2 (SAR 0.0146 W/Kg)2h/15-60dCommentary icon2017-(1)Saba Shahin, Somanshu Banerjee, Vivek Swarup, Surya Pal Singh, Chandra Mohini Chaturvedi
Aavailable in HTMLEffects of prenatal exposure to WIFI signal (2.45 GHz) on postnatal development and behavior in rat: Influence of maternal restraint2.45 GHz2h/?dNo comments yet icon2017-(1)Haifa Othman, Mohamed Ammari, Mohsen Sakly, Hafedh Abdelmelek
Aavailable in HTMLEffects of repeated restraint stress and WiFi signal exposure on behavior and oxidative stress in rats-2h/20dCommentary icon2017-(1)Haifa Othman, Mohamed Ammari, Mohsen Sakly, Hafedh Abdelmelek
Favailable in PDF and HTMLThe ameliorative effect of gallic acid on pancreas lesions induced by 2.45 GHz electromagnetic radiation (Wi-Fi) in young rats ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz (217 Hz pulsed) - (SAR 0.05 W/kg (body))3h/30dCommentary icon2017-(8)Senay Topsakal, Ozlem Ozmen, Ekrem Cicek, Selcuk Comlekci
Aavailable in HTMLPostnatal development and behavior effects of in-utero exposure of rats to radiofrequency waves emitted from conventional WiFi devices2.45 GHz2h /17-43dCommentary icon2017-(1)Haifa Othman, Mohamed Ammari, Kaïs Rtibi, Noura Bensaid, Mohsen Sakly, Hafedh Abdelmelek
Aavailable in HTMLThe effect of Wi-Fi electromagnetic waves in unimodal and multimodal object recognition tasks in male rats2.4 GHz12h/30dCommentary icon2017-(1)Amin Hassanshahi, Seyed Ali Shafeie, Iman Fatemi, Elham Hassanshahi, Mohammad Allahtavakoli, Mohammad Shabani, Ali Roohbakhsh, Ali Shamsizadeh
Favailable in PDFThe effects of electromagnetic radiation (2450 MHz wireless devices) on the heart and blood tissue: role of melatonin2.45 GHz - (SAR 0.1 W/kg (body))1h/30dCommentary icon2016-(7)N. Gumral, M. Saygin, H. Asci, A.C. Uguz, O. Celik O, D.K. Doguc, H.B. Savas, S. Comlekci
Aavailable in HTMLA demonstration of athermal effects of continuous microwave irradiation on the growth and antibiotic sensitivity of Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO12.45 GHz-No comments yet icon2016-(1)I. Nakouti, G. Hobbs, Y. Teethaisong, D. Phipps
Favailable in PDFEfectos atérmicos de la radiación wifi (RF-MI) sobre la germinación, desarrollo vegetativo y patrones de metilación de Arabidopsis thaliana en cultivo hidropónico2.4 GHz - 0.000000024 - 0.00000199 mW/cm224h/14dCommentary icon2016-(51)Victoria Valentina Montero Lopez
Aavailable in HTMLMicrowave radiation (2.45 GHz)-induced oxidative stress: Whole-body exposure effect on histopathology of Wistar rats2.45 GHz - 0.2 mW/cm2 (SAR 0.14 W/kg (body))2h/35dCommentary icon2016-(1)Parul Chauhan, H. N. Verma, Rashmi Sisodia, Kavindra Kumar Kesari
Favailable in PDF and HTMLEffects of long-term pre- and post-natal exposure to 2.45 GHz wireless devices on developing male rat kidney2.45 GHz - (SAR 0.1 W/kg (body))1h / pregrnancy + 66dCommentary icon2016-(10)Ayça Esra Kuybulu, Faruk Öktem, İbrahim Metin Çiriş, Recep Sutcu, Ahmet Rıfat Örmeci, Selçuk Çömlekçi, Efkan Uz
Aavailable in HTMLDoes prolonged radiofrequency radiation emitted from Wi-Fi devices induce DNA damage in various tissues of rats?2.4 GHz-No comments yet icon2016-(1)Mehmet Zulkuf Akdag, Suleyman Dasdag, Fazile Canturk, Derya Karabulut, Yusuf Caner, Nur Adalier
Favailable in PDFWhat is harmful for male fertility: Cell phone or the wireless internet?--Commentary icon2015-(5)Mehmet Erol Yildirim, Mehmet Kaynar, Huseyin Badem, Mucahıt Cavis, Omer Faruk Karatas, Ersın Cimentepe
Favailable in PDFEffects of 2.4 GHz radiofrequency radiation emitted from Wi-Fi equipment on microRNA expression in brain tissue2.4 GHz - (SAR 1.5 W/kg (1g))24h /365dCommentary icon2015-(7)Suleyman Dasdag, Mehmet Zulkuf Akdag, Mehmet Emin Erdal, Nurten Erdal, Ozlem Izci Ay, Mustafa Ertan Ay, Senay Gorucu Yilmaz, Bahar Tasdelen, Korkut Yegin
Favailable in PDFEffects of acute exposure to WIFI signals (2.45 GHz) on heart variability and blood pressure in Albinos rabbit2.45 GHz1h/1dCommentary icon2015-(6)Linda Saili, Amel Hanini, Chiraz Smirani, Ines Azzouz, Amina Azzouz, Mohsen Sakly, Hafedh Abdelmelek, Zihad Bouslama
Aavailable in HTML2.45 GHz Microwave Radiation Impairs Learning and Spatial Memory via Oxidative/Nitrosative Stress Induced p53 Dependent/Independent Hippocampal Apoptosis: Molecular Basis and Underlying Mechanism2.45 GHz - 0.0248 mW/cm2 (SAR 0.0146 W/kg (body))2h/15d,
30d, 60d
Commentary icon2015-(1)Saba Shahin, Somanshu Banerjee, Surya Pal Singh, Chandra Mohini Chaturvedi
Aavailable in HTMLOxidative stress of brain and liver is increased by Wi-Fi (2.45GHz) exposure of rats during pregnancy and the development of newborns2.45 GHz1h/5d x 3
Commentary icon2015-(1)Ömer Çelika, Mehmet Cemal Kahyac, Mustafa Nazıroğlu
Aavailable in HTMLExposure to non-ionizing radiation provokes changes in rat thyroid morphology and expression of HSP-902.45 GHz30min
Commentary icon2015-(1)Maria J. Misa-Agustiño, Teresa Jorge-Mora, Francisco J. Jorge-Barreiro, Juan Suarez-Quintanilla, Eduardo Moreno-Piquero, Francisco J. Ares-Pena, Elena López-Martín
Aavailable in HTMLThe effects of long-term exposure to a 2450 MHz electromagnetic field on growth and pubertal development in female Wistar rats2.45 GHz1h/-Commentary icon2015-(1)Ozlem Sangun, Bumin Dundar, Hakan Darici, Selcuk Comlekci, Duygu Kumbul Doguc, Suheyla Celik
Aavailable in HTMLEffects of Prenatal and Postnatal Exposure of Wi-Fi on Development of Teeth and Changes in Teeth Element Concentration in Rats2.45 GHz2h/42dCommentary icon2015-(1)Zülfikar Zahit Çiftçi, Zühal Kırzıoğlu, Mustafa Nazıroğlu, Özlem Özmen
Favailable in PDFEffects of Electromagnetic Waves on Brainwaves under Logically Reasoning Status2.45 GHz - 0.005-0.025 mW/cm2-Commentary icon2015-(5)Fu-Chien Kao, Shinping R. Wang, Chih-Chia Chen, Yun-Kai Lin, Chih-Hsun Huang
Aavailable in HTMLImpact of 2.45 GHz microwave radiation on the testicular inflammatory pathway biomarkers in young rats: The role of gallic acid2.45 GHz3h/30dCommentary icon2015-(1)Mustafa Saygin, Halil Asci, Ozlem Ozmen, Fatma Nihan Cankara, Dilnur Dincoglu, Ilter Ilhan
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubEffects of Wi-Fi (2.45 GHz) Exposure on Apoptosis, Sperm Parameters and Testicular Histomorphometry in Rats: A Time Course Study2.45 GHz1h, 7h/60dCommentary icon2015-(10)Saeed Shokri, Aiob Soltani, Mahsa Kazemi, Dariush Sardari, Farshid Babapoor Mofrad
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubImpact of L-carnitine and Selenium Treatment on Testicular Apoptosis in Rats Exposed to 2.45 GHz Microwave Energy ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHZ (217 Hz pulsed) - (SAR 3.25 W/kg (body))1h/28dCommentary icon2015-(7)M. Saygin, S. Caliskan, M.F. Ozguner, N. Gumral, S. Comlekci, N. Karahan
Favailable in PDFEMF radiation at 2450 MHz triggers changes in the morphology and expression of heat shock proteins and glucocorticoid receptors in rat thymus2.45 GHz - (SAR 0,00000169 W/kg - 0,000161 W/kg (body))30min /1dCommentary icon2015-(1)M.J. Misa-Agustiño, J.M. Leiro-Vidal, J.L. Gomez-Amoza, M.T. Jorge-Mora, F.J. Jorge-Barreiro, A.A. Salas-Sánchez, F.J. Ares-Pena, E. López-Martín
Favailable in PDFEstudio de marcadores biológicos de estrés en la glándula tiroides y en el timo de rata en un modelo experimental de radiación subtérmico a 2,45 GHz2.45 GHz - (SAR 0,00000169 W/kg - 0,000161 W/kg (body))30min /1d, 10dCommentary icon2014-(196)María José Misa Agustiño
Aavailable in HTMLStructural and Ultrastructural Study of Rat Testes Influenced by Electromagnetic Radiation2.45 GHz - 2.8 mW/cm23h/21dCommentary icon2014-(1)Viera Almášiová, Katarína Holovská, Viera Cigánková, Enikö Račeková, Kamila Fabianová, Marcela Martončíková
Favailable in PDFTherapeutic approaches of melatonin in microwave radiations-induced oxidative stress-mediated toxicity on male fertility pattern of Wistar rats ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz - 0.21 mW/cm2 (SAR 0.14 W/kg (body))2h/45dCommentary icon2014-(11)Ramovatar Meena, Kajal Kumari, Jitendra Kumar, Paulraj Rajamani, H. N. Verma, Kavindra Kumar Kesari
Favailable in PDFElectromagnetic radiation (Wi-Fi) and epilepsy induce calcium entry and apoptosis through activation of TRPV1 channel in hippocampus and dorsal root ganglion of rats2.45 GHz (217 Hz modulated)1h/1dCommentary icon2014-(15)Vahid Ghazizadeh, Mustafa Nazıroğlu
Favailable in PDF2450 MHz electromagnetic field effect on the rat thyroid tissue; Protective role of selenium and L-Carnitine ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz - (SAR 0.054 W/kg)1h/28dCommentary icon2014-(9)Ahmet Koyu, Nurhan Gümral, Halil Aşcı, Alpaslan Gökçimen, Meltem Özgöçmen, Nilüfer Özdamar
Favailable in PDFIncreased DNA oxidation (8-OHdG) and protein oxidation (AOPP) by low level electromagnetic field (2.45 GHz) in rat brain and protective effect of garlic ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz1h/30dCommentary icon2014-(5)Hatice Ş. Gürler, Birşen Bilgici, Ayşegül K. Akar, Leman Tomak, Abdülkerim Bedir
Favailable in HTML and EpubEffects of melatonin on Wi-Fi-induced oxidative stress in lens of rats ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz (217 Hz modulated) - (SAR 0.1 W/kg (body))1h/30dCommentary icon2014-(6)Levent Tök, Mustafa Nazıroğlu, Salih Doğan, Mehmet Cemal Kahya, Özlem Tök
Favailable in PDFEffect of long-term exposure of 2.4 GHz radiofrequency radiation emitted from Wi-Fi equipment on testes functions2.45 GHz - (SAR 0.0024 W/kg (1g))24h/365dCommentary icon2014-(6)Suleyman Dasdag , Muzaffer Tas , Mehmet Zulkuf Akdag, Korkut Yegin
Aavailable in HTML2.45-GHz microwave irradiation adversely affects reproductive function in male mouse, Mus musculus by inducing oxidative and nitrosative stress2.45 GHz (CW) - (SAR 0.018 W/kg)2h/30dCommentary icon2014-(1)S. Shahin, V. Mishra, S. P. Singh, C. M. Chaturvedi
Favailable in PDFShort-duration exposure to 2.45 GHz microwave radiation induces DNA damage in Sprague Dawley rat’s reproductive systems2.45 GHz (SAR 0.48-4.30 W/kg)10min/1dCommentary icon2013-(8)M.R. Usikalu, O.O. Obembe, M.L. Akinyemi, J. Zhu
Favailable in PDFMicrowaves irradiation experiments on biological samples2.45 GHz - 0.005 mW/cm2-Commentary icon2013-(16)Emanoil Surducan, Vasile Surducan, Anca Butiuc-Keul, Adela Halmagyi
Aavailable in HTMLModulation of wireless (2.45 GHz)-induced oxidative toxicity in laryngotracheal mucosa of rat by melatonin ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz1h/28dCommentary icon2013-(1)Giray Aynali, Mustafa Nazıroğlu, Ömer Çelik, Mustafa Doğan, Murat Yarıktaş, Hasan Yasan
Aavailable in HTMLEffects of olive leave extract on metabolic disorders and oxidative stress induced by 2.45 GHz WIFI signals ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz1h/21dNo comments yet icon2013-(1)Myriam Ben Salah, Hafedh Abdelmelek, Manef Abderraba
Aavailable in HTMLp25/CDK5 is partially involved in neuronal injury induced by radiofrequency electromagnetic field exposure2.45 GHz (modulated)10min/1dCommentary icon2013-(1)Yanwen Zhang, Fei She, Li Li, Chunhai Chen, Shangcheng Xu, Xue Luo, Min Li, Mindi He, Zhengping Yu
Favailable in PDF2.45 GHz Microwave Irradiation-Induced Oxidative Stress Affects Implantation or Pregnancy in Mice, Mus musculus2.45 GHz (SAR 0.023 W/kg)2h/45dCommentary icon2013-(25)Saba Shahin, Vineet Prakash Singh, Ritesh K. Shukla, Alok Dhawan, Ravi Kumar Gangwar, Surya Pal Singh, Chandra Mohini Chaturvedi
Aavailable in HTML2.45-Gz wireless devices induce oxidative stress and proliferation through cytosolic Ca²⁺ influx in human leukemia cancer cells2.45 GHz1h, 2h, 12h,
Commentary icon2012-(1)Mustafa Nazıroğlu, Bilal ÇIğ, Salih Doğan, Abdulhadi Cihangir Uğuz, Selin Dilek, Dahdouh Faouzi
Favailable in PDFPathophysiology of Microwave Radiation: Effect on Rat Brain2.45 GHz - 0.21 mW/cm2 (SAR 0.14 W/kg (body))2h/45dCommentary icon2012-(10)Kavindra Kumar Kesari, Sanjay Kumar, Jitendra Behari
Aavailable in HTMLGlucose administration attenuates spatial memory deficits induced by chronic low-power-density microwave exposure ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz - 1 mW/cm23h/30dCommentary icon2012-(1)Yonghui Lu, Shangcheng Xu, Mindi He, Chunhai Chen, Lei Zhang, Chuan Liu, Fang Chu, Zhengping Yu, Zhou Zhou, Min Zhong
Favailable in PDFImmunohistopathologic demonstration of deleterious effects on growing rat testes of radiofrequency waves emitted from conventional Wi-Fi devices2.437 GHz - (SAR 0.091 W/kg)24h /140dCommentary icon2012-(7)Halil I. Atasoy, Mehmet Y. Gunal, Pinar Atasoyl, Serenay Elgun, Guler Bugdayci
Favailable in PDFUse of laptop computers connected to internet through Wi-Fi decreases human sperm motility and increases sperm DNA fragmentation2.4 GHz4h/1dCommentary icon2012-(9)Conrado Avendano, Ariela Mata, Cesar A. Sanchez Sarmiento, Gustavo F. Doncel
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubElectromagnetic fields at 2.45 GHz trigger changes in heat shock proteins 90 and 70 without altering apoptotic activity in rat thyroid gland2.45 GHz - (SAR 0.05- 0.1 W/kg)30min/1dCommentary icon2012-(8)María José Misa Agustiño, José Manuel Leiro, María Teresa Jorge Mora, Juan Antonio Rodríguez González, Francisco Javier Jorge Barreiro, Francisco José Ares-Pena, Elena López Martín
Favailable in PDFEffects of Green Tea Catechin on Microsomal Phospholipase A2 Activity and Arachidonic Acid Cascade in Rat Lung Exposed to Microwave ("chemical remedy")(in Korean)2.45 GHz15min/1dCommentary icon2012-(5)Mi-Ji Kim
Aavailable in HTMLProtective effects of β-glucan against oxidative injury induced by 2.45-GHz electromagnetic radiation in the skin tissue of rats ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz1h/28dCommentary icon2012-(1)Ali Murat Ceyhan, Vahide Baysal Akkaya, Şeyma Celik Güleçol, Betül Mermi Ceyhan, Fehmi Özgüner, WenChieh Chen
Favailable in PDFMelatonin modulates wireless (2.45 GHz)-induced oxidative injury through TRPM2 and voltage gated Ca2+ channels in brain and dorsal root ganglion in rat ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz (217 Hz modulated) - (SAR 0.1 W/kg (body))1h/1dCommentary icon2012-(10)M. Nazıroğlu, Ö. Çelik, C. Özgül, B. Çiğ, S. Doğan, R. Bal, N. Gümral, A.B. Rodríguez, J.A. Pariente
Favailable in PDFSelenium and l Carnitine Reduce Oxidative Stress in the Heart of Rat Induced by 2.45GHz Radiation from Wireless Devices ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz (217 Hz modulated) - (SAR 0.1 W/kg (body))1h/28dCommentary icon2011-(11)Yasin Türker,Mustafa Nazıroğlu, Nurhan Gümral, Ömer Çelik, Mustafa Saygın, Selçuk Çömlekçi, Manuel Flores-Arce
Favailable in PDFThe Investigation of the protective effects of hydro-alcoholic extract of sea buckthorn (Hippophaerhamnoides L.) in spermatogenesis of rat after exposure of Wi-Fi radiation ("chemical remedy")-4h/48dCommentary icon2011-(8)Zohreh Hosseinyzadeh, Manzarbanoo Shojaeefard, Mansooreh Hooshiyar, Leila Firozi Dalvand, Mehdi Pooladi
Favailable in PDFEffects of Wi-Fi signals on the p300 component of event-related potentials during an auditory hayling task2.45 GHz-Commentary icon2011-(14)Argiro E. Maganioti, Charalabos C. Papageorgiou, Chrissathi D. Hountala, Miltiades A. Kyprianou, Andrea D. Rabavilas, George N. Papadimitriou, Christos N. Capsalis
Favailable in PDFSomatic and Genetic Effects of Low Sar 2.45GHz Microwave Radiation on Wistar Rats2.45 GHz-Commentary icon2010- (147)Mojisola Rachael Usikalu
Favailable in PDFMutagenic response of 2.45 GHz radiation exposure on rat brain2.45 GHz - 0.34 mW/cm2 (SAR 0.11 W/kg (body))2h/35dCommentary icon2010-(10)Kavindra Kumar Kesari, J. Behari, Sanjay Kumar
Favailable in PDFWi-Fi Electromagnetic fields exert gender related alterations on EEG2.4 GHz-Commentary icon2010-(8)Argiro E. Maganioti, Charalabos C. Papageorgiou, Chrissathi D. Hountala, Miltiades A. Kyprianou, Andrea D. Rabavilas, George N. Papadimitriou, Christos N. Capsalis
Aavailable in HTMLEffects of Selenium and L-Carnitine on Oxidative Stress in Blood of Rat Induced by 2.45-GHz Radiation from Wireless Devices ("chemical remedy")2.45 GHz1h/28dCommentary icon2009-(1)Nurhan Gumral, Mustafa Naziroglu, Ahmet Koyu, Kurtulus Ongel, Omer Celik, Mustafa Saygin, Mesud Kahriman, Sadettin Caliskan, Mustafa Kayan, Osman Gencel, Manuel F. Flores-Arce



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