The in vivo effects of low-intensity radiofrequency fields on the motor activity of protozoa

" exposure to 0.01 mW/cm2 of either 1 or 10 GHz RF-EMF resulted in a significant decrease in the motility. the dose of exposure capable of altering the mobility of ciliates was inversely correlated with the flux density of RF-EMF. the motility of the non-exposed progeny of ciliates irradiated with 0.01 mW/m2 of 10 GHz RF-EMF remained significantly compromised, at least, across 10–15 generations, thus indicating the presence of transgenerational effects."

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