EMF Health-effects Research
Measurement of DNA damage following exposure to EMR in the cellular communications frequency band (835.62 and 847.74 MHz).
Malyapa RS, Ahern EW, Straube WL, Moros EG, Pickard WF, Roti-Roti J
Radiation Research 148: 618-627 1997
Contractors: Radiation Oncology Center and Dept of Electrical Engineering, Washington University, St Louis, Missouri.
This study explored possible DNA damage (strand breaks) in human gliblastoma cells and mouse fibroblast cell lines exposed to either an FM continuous wave (analog) signal or a code division multiple access (CDMA digital) signal at an SAR of 0.6 W/kg.
Following exposure, no detectable differences in DNA damage were found in the exposed vs unexposed cells.
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