Microtubular structure impairment after GSM-modulated RF radiation exposure

" Three-hour radiation exposure significantly altered microtubule structure regardless of the electric field strength. Moreover, on the third post-exposure day, three-hour radiation significantly reduced cell growth, regardless of field strength. The same was observed with two-hour exposure at 20 and 30 V/m. In conclusion, 915 MHz GSM-modulated RF radiation affects microtubular proteins in a time-dependent manner, which, in turn, affects cell proliferation." {Credits 1}

" RF signal was modulated to the 900-MHz GSM band in line with mobile network systems common in Europe, Asia, Africa, and mainly South America. This signal is designed for wide-area cellular operations with maximum output powers permissible for mobile operations. Although 2G is being decommissioned around the world, the selected frequency is also used in the 3G and 4G networks." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Marjanović Čermak, A. M., Ilić, K., & Pavičić, I. (2020). Microtubular structure impairment after GSM-modulated RF radiation exposure. Arhiv za higijenu rada i toksikologiju, 71(3), 205-210. Copyright (c) 2020 Ana Marija Marjanović Čermak, Krunoslav Ilić, Ivan Pavičić. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution Licence.

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