Radiofrequency radiation does not significantly affect ornithine decarboxylase activity, proliferation, or caspase-3 activity of fibroblasts in different physiological conditions
[Hochfrequenz-Befeldung beeinflusst nicht signifikant die Ornithindecarboxylase-Aktivität, die Proliferation oder die Caspase-3-Aktivität von Fibroblasten unter verschiedenen physiologischen Bedingungen]
Hoyto A, Sokura M, Juutilainen J, Naarala J
Veröffentlicht in: Int J Radiat Biol 2008; 84 (9): 727-733
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