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  1. Output power distributions of terminals in a 3G mobile communication network.

    Bioelectromagnetics 33(4):320 (2012) PMID 22012866

    The objective of this study was to examine the distribution of the output power of mobile phones and other terminals connected to a 3G network in Sweden. It is well known that 3G terminals can operate with very low output power, particularly for voice calls. Measurements of terminal output power...
  2. The effects of simultaneous combined exposure to CDMA and WCDMA electromagnetic fields on rat testicular function.

    Bioelectromagnetics 33(4):356 (2012) PMID 22012556

    Wireless mobile phones and other telecommunication devices are used extensively in daily life. We therefore examined the effects of combined exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) on rat testicular function, specifically with respect to sensitive processes such as spermatogen...
  3. Origins of electromagnetic hypersensitivity to 60 Hz magnetic fields: A provocation study.

    Bioelectromagnetics 33(4):326 (2012) PMID 22012875

    With increasing electrical device usage, social concerns about the possible effects of 60 Hz electromagnetic fields on human health have increased. The number of people with self-attributed electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) who complain of various subjective symptoms such as headache and in...
  4. Complex permittivity of representative biological solutions in the 2-67 GHz range.

    Bioelectromagnetics 33(4):346 (2012) PMID 22012893

    The main purpose of this study is to provide experimental data on the complex permittivity of some biological solutions in the 2-67 GHz range at room and human body temperatures. The permittivity measurements are performed using an open-ended coaxial probe. Permittivity spectra of several repres...
  5. Effect of pulsed electromagnetic field exposure on adenosine receptors in rat brain.

    Bioelectromagnetics 33(4):279 (2012) PMID 22012856

    Different effects of pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) exposure on brain tissue have been described in pre-clinical models and in clinical settings. Nevertheless, the mechanism of action and the possible interaction with membrane receptors such as adenosine receptors (ARs) has not been investi...
  6. Influence of traffic variations on exposure to wireless signals in realistic environments.

    Bioelectromagnetics 33(4):288 (2012) PMID 21960463

    In this article, the general public daily exposure to broadcast signals and Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) or Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) mobile telephone signals in indoor areas is investigated. Temporal variations and traffic distributions during a day at d...
  7. Effect of static magnetic fields on the growth, photosynthesis and ultrastructure of Chlorella kessleri microalgae.

    Bioelectromagnetics 33(4):298 (2012) PMID 21953117

    Microalgal biotechnology could generate substantial amounts of biofuels with minimal environmental impact if the economics can be improved by increasing the rate of biomass production. Chlorella kessleri was grown in a small-scale raceway pond and in flask cultures with the entire volume, 1% (v/...
  8. Differential magnetic field effects on heart rate and nociception in anosmic pigeons.

    Bioelectromagnetics 33(4):309 (2012) PMID 21953246

    Several studies have shown that exposure to altered magnetic fields affects nociception by suppressing stress-induced hypoalgesia, and that this effect is reduced or abolished if the treatment is performed in the absence of light. This raises the question as to whether other sources of sensory s...
  9. Effects of direct electric current on Herpetomonas samuelpessoai: An ultrastructural study.

    Bioelectromagnetics 33(4):334 (2012) PMID 22012884

    The literature shows that the effects of direct electric currents on biological material are numerous, including bactericidal, fungicidal, parasiticidal, and anti-tumoral, among others. Non-pathogenic trypanosomatids, such as Herpetomonas samuelpessoai, have emerged as important models for the s...
  10. Magnetic fields generated by an induction heating (IH) cook top do not cause genotoxicity in vitro.

    Bioelectromagnetics 28(7):529 (2007) PMID 17492656

    The use of induction heater (IH) cook tops in homes has become widespread, especially in Japan, but there are concerns about the safety of intermediate frequency (IF) electromagnetic fields associated with these cooking appliances. Since the cellular genotoxicity of IF magnetic fields has not be...