Perspectives Revisited - The Buccal Cytome Assay in Mobile Phone Users

" the frequency of micronuclei, nuclear buds, basal, karyorrhectic, karyolytic, pyknotic and condensed chromatin cells were highly significantly increased in mobile phone users whereas the binucleated cells and repair index showed significant decrease. DNA damage and nuclear anomalies scored in BMCyt assay are indicative of genetic damage that has not been repaired and this may predispose the mobile phone users to malignancy and cytotoxicity ramifications. therefore, despite the benefits of communication technology, measures need to be taken so that better connectivity is not at expense of health."

Last modified on 07-Jun-16

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