Autores
Zeni O, Chiavoni AS, Sannino A, Antolini A, et al. (2003)

In this study the authors investigated the induction of genotoxic effects (micronucleus frequency) and the effects on cell cycle kinetics (proliferation index) after exposure of human peripheral blood lymphocytes to 900 MHz electromagnetic fields under different experimental conditions. The exposures used were:

  1. Continuous wave intermittent exposure (SAR = 1.6 W/kg) for 6 minutes followed by a 3-hour pause (14 on/off cycles);
  2. GSM signal, intermittent exposure as described in (1);
  3. GSM signal, intermittent exposure as described in (1) 24 hours before stimulation with phytohemagglutinin (8 on/off cycles);
  4. GSM signal, intermittent exposure (SAR = 0.2 W/kg) 1 hour per day for 3 days.

No statistically significant differences were detected in any case in terms of either micronucleus frequency or cell cycle kinetics.


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