Study overviews

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Experimental studies on mobile communications

1359 studies in total
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548 studies in total
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Authors Year Exposed system Endpoints Frequency range SAR Exposure duration Parameters
Gevrek F et al. 2017 - - - - - mobile communications, mobile phone
Hamzany Y et al. 2013 human effects on saliva (secretion, oxidative stress, composition) - - mobile phone use of a mean time of 29.6 hours/month during 12.5 years mobile phone, mobile communications
Hussien NI et al. 2020 animal, rat/albino - 900 MHz - - mobile communications, mobile phone
Jelodar G et al. 2021 - - 900 MHz - - mobile communications, mobile phone base station, RF field
Jin YB et al. 2013 animal, rat/Sprague-Dawley, whole body different serum hormone levels 848.5 MHz 4 W/kg continuous 45 min/day, 5 days/week for 4 or 8 weeks mobile phone, CDMA, W-CDMA, mobile communications, co-exposure
Kesari KK et al. 2012 animal, rat/Wistar, whole body fertility 900 MHz 0.9 W/kg continuous for 2 h/day for 45 days mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications
Khoshbakht S et al. 2021 - - 2,100 MHz - - mobile communications, 4G, LTE, RF field
Koyu A et al. 2005 animal, rat/Sprague-Dawley, whole body content of TSH and thyroid hormones 900 MHz 2 W/kg repeated daily exposure, 30 min/day, 5 days/week for 4 weeks mobile communications
Mann K et al. 1998 human, partial body: head hormone secretion 900 MHz - continuous for 8 h digital mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications
Marzook EM et al. 2014 animal, rat/albino oxidative stress and other parameters in the blood 900 MHz - continuous for 24 h/day for 8 weeks mobile phone base station, mobile communications, co-exposure