Millimeter waves or extremely high frequency electromagnetic fields in the environment: what are their effects on bacteria?

One of the interesting opinions that appear here is that exogenously applied millimeter waves can imitate the cellular endogenous control signals and induce bacteria to vibrate at specific frequencies.

The authors conclude that millimeter wave can affect many bacteria depressing their growth and changing properties and activity. And that different targets of radiation in bacteria are possible: for example water, cell plasma membrane, and genome.

Last modified on 12-Jun-16

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