EMF Health-effects Research
Is the heat shock response activated by exposure to RF fields?
Laszlo A, Chen MS, Davidson T
Presented at the Second world Congress for Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, Bologna Italy, 1997
Contractors: Radiation Oncology Center, Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, Missouri.
This study expolored the possible effect of short- and longer-term RF exposure (835.62 MHz FM or 847.74 MHz CDMA signals) on the activiation of the heat shock factor (HSF) in mammalian cells (mouse 10T1/2, hamster HA-1, rat NRK and human PEER) in culture.
The sensitivity and reproducibility of the assay for detection of HSF were confirmed and no evidence of RF-induced GSF activation ws found in any of the four cell lines tested.
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