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    1. Kwee, S; Raskmark, P; Velizarov, S
      Changes in cellular proteins due to environmental non-ionizing radiation. I. Heat-shock proteins

      ELECTRO- AND MAGNETOBIOLOGY
    2. Inskip, PD
      Frequent radiation exposures and frequency dependent effects: The eyes have it

      EPIDEMIOLOGY
    3. Hocking, B; Westerman, R
      Neurological abnormalities associated with CDMA exposure

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-OXFORD
    4. Hocking, B
      Microwave sickness: a reappraisal

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-OXFORD
    5. Lalic, H; Lekic, A; Radosevic-Stasic, B
      Comparison of chromosome aberrations in peripheral blood lymphocytes from people occupationally exposed to ionizing and radiofrequency radiation

      ACTA MEDICA OKAYAMA
    6. Cheever, KL; Swearengin, TF; Edwards, RM; Nelson, BK; Werren, DW; Conover, DL; DeBord, DG
      2-Methoxyethanol metabolism, embryonic distribution, and macromolecular adduct formation in the rat: the effect of radiofrequency radiation-induced hyperthermia

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    7. Walters, TJ; Ryan, KL; Mason, PA
      Regional distribution of Hsp70 in the CNS of young and old food-restrictedrats following hyperthermia

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    8. French, PW; Penny, R; Laurence, JA; McKenzie, DR
      Mobile phones, heat shock proteins and cancer

      DIFFERENTIATION
    9. Adair, ER; Mylacraine, KS; Cobb, BL
      Partial-body exposure of human volunteers to 2450 MHz pulsed or CW fields provokes similar thermoregulatory responses

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    10. Maes, A; Collier, M; Verschaeve, L
      Cytogenetic effects of 900 MHz (GSM) microwaves on human lymphocytes

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    11. Mason, PA; Walters, TJ; DiGiovanni, J; Beason, CW; Jauchem, JR; Dick, EJ; Mahajan, K; Dusch, SJ; Shields, BA; Merritt, JH; Murphy, MR; Ryan, KL
      Lack of effect of 94 GHz radio frequency radiation exposure in an animal model of skin carcinogenesis

      CARCINOGENESIS
    12. Jauchem, JR; Ryan, KL; Frei, MR; Dusch, SJ; Lehnert, HM; Kovatch, RM
      Repeated exposure of C3H/HeJ mice to ultra-wideband electromagnetic pulses: lack of effects on mammary tumors

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    13. Roti, JLR; Malyapa, RS; Bisht, KS; Ahern, EW; Moros, EG; Pickard, WF; Straube, WL
      Neoplastic transformation in C3H 10T1/2 cells after exposure to 835.62 MHzFDMA and 847.74 MHz CDMA radiations

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    14. Johanson, G
      Toxicity review of ethylene glycol monomethyl ether and its acetate ester

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN TOXICOLOGY
    15. Young, IR
      Notes on current safety issues in MRI

      NMR IN BIOMEDICINE
    16. Jauchem, JR; Ryan, KL; Frei, MR
      Cardiovascular and thermal effects of microwave irradiation at 1 and/or 10GHz in anesthetized rats

      BIOELECTROMAGNETICS
    17. Muscat, JE; Malkin, MC; Thompson, S; Shore, RE; Stellman, SD; McRee, D; Neugut, AI; Wynder, EL
      Handheld cellular telephone use and risk of brain cancer

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    18. Balzano, Q; Chou, CK; Cicchetti, R; Faraone, A; Tay, RYS
      An efficient RF exposure system with precise whole-body average SAR determination for in vivo animal studies at 900 MHz

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    19. Maes, A; Collier, M; Verschaeve, L
      Cytogenetic investigations on microwaves emitted by a 455.7 MHz car phone

      FOLIA BIOLOGICA
    20. Adey, WR; Byus, CV; Cain, CD; Higgins, RJ; Jones, RA; Kean, CJ; Kuster, N; MacMurray, A; Stagg, RB; Zimmerman, G
      Spontaneous and nitrosourea-induced primary tumors of the central nervous system in fischer 344 rats exposed to frequency-modulated microwave fields

      CANCER RESEARCH
    21. Elwood, JM
      A critical review of epidemiologic studies of radiofrequency exposure and human cancers

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    22. Vrhovac, VG
      Micronucleus assay and lymphocyte mitotic activity in risk assessment of occupational exposure to microwave radiation

      CHEMOSPHERE
    23. Moulder, JE; Erdreich, LS; Malyapa, RS; Merritt, J; Pickard, WF; Vijayalaxmi
      Cell phones and cancer: What is the evidence for a connection?

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    24. Lu, ST; Mathur, SP; Akyel, Y; Lee, JC
      Ultrawide-band electromagnetic pulses induced hypotension in rats (vol 65,pg 753, 1999)

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    25. Lu, ST; Mathur, SP; Akyel, Y; Lee, JC
      Ultrawide-band electromagnetic pulses induced hypotension in rats

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    26. Jauchem, JR; Frei, MR; Ryan, KL; Merritt, JH; Murphy, MR
      Lack of effects on heart rate and blood pressure in ketamine-anesthetized rats briefly exposed to ultra-wideband electromagnetic pulses

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
    27. HOCKING B
      PRELIMINARY-REPORT - SYMPTOMS ASSOCIATED WITH MOBILE PHONE USE

      Occupational medicine
    28. Jauchem, JR
      Health effects of microwave exposures: A review of the recent (1995-1998) literature

      JOURNAL OF MICROWAVE POWER AND ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY
    29. PHILLIPS JL; IVASCHUK O; ISHIDAJONES T; JONES RA; CAMPBELLBEACHLER M; HAGGREN W
      DNA-DAMAGE IN MOLT-4 T-LYMPHOBLASTOID CELLS EXPOSED TO CELLULAR TELEPHONE RADIOFREQUENCY FIELDS IN-VITRO

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    30. KWEE S; RASKMARK P
      CHANGES IN CELL-PROLIFERATION DUE TO ENVIRONMENTAL NONIONIZING RADIATION 2 - MICROWAVE-RADIATION

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    31. Behari, J; Kunjilwar, KK; Pyne, S
      Interaction of low level modulated RF radiation with Na+-K+-ATPase

      BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY AND BIOENERGETICS
    32. STUCHLY MA
      BIOMEDICAL CONCERNS IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS

      Critical reviews in biomedical engineering
    33. JAUCHEM JR; SEAMAN RL; LEHNERT HM; MATHUR SP; RYAN KL; FREI MR; HURT WD
      ULTRA-WIDE-BAND ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSES - LACK OF EFFECTS ON HEART-RATE AND BLOOD-PRESSURE DURING 2-MINUTE EXPOSURES OF RATS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    34. Frei, MR; Jauchem, JR; Dusch, SJ; Merritt, JH; Berger, RE; Stedham, MA
      Chronic, low-level (1.0 W/kg) exposure of mice prone to mammary cancer to 2450 MHz microwaves

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    35. MICKLEY GA; COBB BL
      THERMAL TOLERANCE REDUCES HYPERTHERMIA-INDUCED DISRUPTION OF WORKING-MEMORY - A ROLE FOR ENDOGENOUS OPIATES

      Physiology & behavior
    36. VERSCHAEVE L; MAES A
      GENETIC, CARCINOGENIC AND TERATOGENIC EFFECTS OF RADIOFREQUENCY FIELDS

      Mutation research-reviews in mutation research
    37. CHAPMAN S; WUTZKE S
      NOT IN OUR BACK YARD - MEDIA COVERAGE OF COMMUNITY OPPOSITION TO MOBILE PHONE TOWERS - AN APPLICATION OF SANDMANS OUTRAGE MODEL OF RISK PERCEPTION

      Australian and New Zealand journal of public health
    38. GOUGH M
      THE WHY AND WHEREFORE OF WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH - INTRODUCTION AND PERSPECTIVE

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    39. CARLO GL; HERSEMANN SE; ODONNELL SE
      WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC PUBLIC-HEALTH PARADIGM APPROACH TO ASSESSING AND MANAGING HEALTH RISKS

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    40. SUND KG; CARLO CL
      WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC ONGOING SURVEILLANCE

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    41. GUY AW
      THE STARTING POINT - WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC DOSIMETRY RISK-EVALUATION RESEARCH

      Human and ecological risk assessment

    42. SAFETY ASSESSMENT - WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC TOXICOLOGY RISK-EVALUATION RESEARCH

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    43. SIVAK A
      ONE TOXICOLOGY ACTIVITY - WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC TUMOR PROMOTION EXPERT PANEL

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    44. STEFFENS RA; CARLO GL
      POSTMARKETING SURVEILLANCE - WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC EPIDEMIOLOGY RISK-EVALUATION RESEARCH

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    45. FINDLAY GK; CARLO GL; JOHNSON CM
      THE FRUITS OF ONGOING SURVEILLANCE - WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC CLINICAL RISK-EVALUATION RESEARCH

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    46. EMBREY M; CARLO GL
      WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC RISK MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    47. SUND KG; ODONNELL SE; VOLPE MJ
      WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LLC OUTREACH TO THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY, GOVERNMENT, INDUSTRY, AND OTHERS

      Human and ecological risk assessment
    48. RYAN KL; LOVELACE JD; FREI MR; JAUCHEM JR
      ADMINISTRATION OF A NITRIC-OXIDE DONOR DOES NOT AFFECT HYPOTENSION INDUCED BY 35-GHZ MICROWAVE-HEATING

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    49. NELSON BK; CONOVER DL; SHAW PB; SNYDER DL; EDWARDS RM
      INTERACTIONS OF RADIOFREQUENCY RADIATION ON 2-METHOXYETHANOL TERATOGENICITY IN RATS

      Journal of applied toxicology
    50. LAI H; SINGH NP
      MELATONIN AND A SPIN-TRAP COMPOUND BLOCK RADIOFREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION-INDUCED DNA STRAND BREAKS IN RAT-BRAIN CELLS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    51. JAUCHEM JR; FREI MR
      BODY HEATING INDUCED BY SUBRESONANT (350 MHZ) MICROWAVE IRRADIATION -CARDIOVASCULAR AND RESPIRATORY RESPONSES IN ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    52. MASON PA; ESCARCIGA R; DOYLE JM; ROMANO WF; BERGER RE; DONNELLAN JP
      AMINO-ACID-CONCENTRATIONS IN HYPOTHALAMIC AND CAUDATE NUCLEI DURING MICROWAVE-INDUCED THERMAL-STRESS - ANALYSIS BY MICRODIALYSIS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    53. VIGNATI M; GIULIANI L
      RADIOFREQUENCY EXPOSURE NEAR HIGH-VOLTAGE LINES

      Environmental health perspectives
    54. MALYAPA RS; AHERN EW; STRAUBE WL; MOROS EG; PICKARD WF; ROTI JLR
      MEASUREMENT OF DNA-DAMAGE ALTER EXPOSURE TO 2450 MHZ ELECTROMAGNETIC-RADIATION

      Radiation research
    55. HERMANN DM; HOSSMANN KA
      NEUROLOGICAL EFFECTS OF MICROWAVE EXPOSURE RELATED TO MOBILE COMMUNICATION

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    56. NAZAR ASMI; PAUL A; DUTTA SK
      FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT ALTERATION OF ENOLASE ACTIVITY BY ELF FIELDS

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    57. KIRSCHVINK JL
      MICROWAVE-ABSORPTION BY MAGNETITE - A POSSIBLE MECHANISM FOR COUPLINGNONTHERMAL LEVELS OF RADIATION TO BIOLOGICAL-SYSTEMS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    58. GOLDSMITH JR
      EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES OF RADIOFREQUENCY RADIATION - CURRENT STATUS AND AREAS OF CONCERN

      Science of the total environment
    59. SZMIGIELSKI S
      CANCER MORBIDITY IN SUBJECTS OCCUPATIONALLY EXPOSED TO HIGH-FREQUENCY(RADIOFREQUENCY AND MICROWAVE) ELECTROMAGNETIC-RADIATION

      Science of the total environment
    60. BALODIS V; BRUMELIS G; KALVISKIS K; NIKODEMUS O; TJARVE D; ZNOTINA V
      DOES THE SKRUNDA RADIO LOCATION STATION DIMINISH THE RADIAL GROWTH OFPINE TREES

      Science of the total environment
    61. JAUCHEM JR; CHANG KS; FREI MR
      TOLAZOLINE DECREASES SURVIVAL-TIME DURING MICROWAVE-INDUCED LETHAL HEAT-STRESS IN ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
    62. HOCKING B; GORDON IR; GRAIN HL; HATFIELD GE
      CANCER INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY AND PROXIMITY TO TV TOWERS

      Medical journal of Australia
    63. REPACHOLI MH; GRANDOLFO M; AHLBOM A; BERGQVIST U; BERNHARDT JH; CESARINI JP; COURT LA; MCKINLAY AF; SLINEY DH; STOLWIJK JAJ; SWICORD ML; SZABO LD; TENFORDE TS; JAMMET HP; MATTHES R
      HEALTH ISSUES RELATED TO THE USE OF HAND-HELD RADIOTELEPHONES AND BASE TRANSMITTERS

      Health physics
    64. KITTEL A; SIKLOS L; THUROCZY G; SOMOSY Z
      QUALITATIVE ENZYME-HISTOCHEMISTRY AND MICROANALYSIS REVEALS CHANGES IN ULTRASTRUCTURAL DISTRIBUTION OF CALCIUM AND CALCIUM-ACTIVATED ATPASES AFTER MICROWAVE IRRADIATION OF THE MEDIAL HABENULA

      Acta Neuropathologica
    65. KLEINHAUS S; PINSHOW B; FRUMKIN R
      THERMAL EFFECTS OF SHORT RADIO-WAVES ON MIGRATING BIRDS

      Ecological applications
    66. VERSCHAEVE L
      CAN NONIONIZING RADIATION INDUCE CANCER

      The Cancer journal
    67. JAUCHEM JR; FREI MR; CHANG KS; BERGER RE
      MICROWAVE-INDUCED LETHAL HEAT-STRESS - EFFECTS OF PHENTOLAMINE, PRAZOSIN AND METOPROLOL

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    68. CAO GH; LIU LM; CLEARY SF
      CELL-CYCLE ALTERATIONS INDUCED BY ISOTHERMAL 27-MHZ RADIOFREQUENCY RADIATION EXPOSURE

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    69. MASON PA; ROMANO WF
      RECOVERY CHARACTERISTICS OF A RIGID, NONMETALLIC MICRODIALYSIS PROBE FOR USE IN AN ELECTROMAGNETIC-FIELD

      Bioelectromagnetics
    70. JAUCHEM JR; FREI MR
      HIGH-PEAK-POWER MICROWAVE PULSES - EFFECTS ON HEART-RATE AND BLOOD-PRESSURE IN UNANESTHETIZED RATS

      Aviation, space, and environmental medicine
    71. PHILIPPOVA TM; ALEKSEEV SI
      EFFECT OF RADIO-FREQUENCY RADIATION ON TH E CHEMORECEPTOR STRUCTURES

      Biofizika
    72. JAUCHEM JR; FREI MR
      CARDIORESPIRATORY CHANGES DURING MICROWAVE-INDUCED LETHAL HEAT-STRESSAND BETA-ADRENERGIC-BLOCKADE

      Journal of applied physiology
    73. TZIMA E; MARTIN CJ
      AN EVALUATION OF SAFE PRACTICES TO RESTRICT EXPOSURE TO ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC-FIELDS FROM THERAPEUTIC AND SURGICAL DIATHERMY EQUIPMENT

      Physiological measurement
    74. DUTTA SK; VERMA M; BLACKMAN CF
      FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT ALTERATIONS IN ENOLASE ACTIVITY IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI CAUSED BY EXPOSURE TO ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC-FIELDS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    75. HAIDER T; KNASMUELLER S; KUNDI M; HAIDER M
      CLASTOGENIC EFFECTS OF RADIOFREQUENCY RADIATIONS ON CHROMOSOMES OF TRADESCANTIA

      MUTATION RESEARCH


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