Effects of combined radiofrequency radiation exposure on levels of reactive oxygen species in neuronal cells
Published in: J Radiat Res 2014; 55 (2): 265-276
Aim of study (acc. to author)
Two experiments were performed. In the first experiment, the
cells were treated as follows and the level of reactive oxygen species was analyzed: 1 a) incubator control group, 1 b) sham exposure, 1 c) exposure to CDMA and WCDMA. In the second experiment, cells were co-exposed to reactive oxygen species inducers (H 2O 2 and menadione) and the level of reactive oxygen species as well as the cell viability were determined: 2 a) incubator control group, 2 b) incubator control + H 2O 2 (0-1000 µM) or menadione (0-400 µM), 2 c) sham exposure + H 2O 2 (0-1000 µM) or menadione (0-400 µM) and 2 d) exposure to CDMA und WCDMA + H 2O 2 (0-1000 µM) or menadione (0-400 µM). For the experiments, 3 different cancer cell lines ( neuronal cells) were used (see " exposed system"). Additionally, NIH3T3 cells (mouse fibroblasts) were used as control cells. After the radiofrequency exposure, cells were analyzed at 1, 3, 6 and 12 h after H 2O 2 treatment or after 0.5, 1 and 3 hours after menadione treatment. Endpoint
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Main outcome of study (acc. to author)
Study funded by
Korea Communications Commission (KCC), Korea
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