EMF Health-effects Research
Effect of low-intensity pulse-modulated microwave on human blood aspartate aminotransferase activity
Pashovkina MS, Akoev IG
Radiats Biol Radioecol 41(1):59-61, 2001
[Article in Russian]
Pulse-modulated microwaves (frequency 2375 MHz, intensity: 2 microW/cm2 and 8 microW/cm2, pulse modulation from 50 to 390 Hz with step of 20 Hz; exposure time 5 min) changed the activity of aspartataminotranspherase of the donor blood.
Aspartataminotranspherase activity was strongly dependent both on modulation frequency and microwave intensity.
Maximum activity was found at 390 Hz and 8 microW/cm2. Maximum observed activity was about six times greater than control level of activity.