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Experimental studies on mobile communications

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Authors Year Exposed system Endpoints Frequency range SAR Exposure duration Parameters
Meo SA et al. 2013 animal, rat/Wistar albino, whole body insulin level in serum, fasting blood glucose level 1,800 MHz - less than 15 min/day for 3 month mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications
Mortazavi S et al. 2013 animal, mouse/BALB/c and rat/Wistar, whole body survival rate 900 MHz - mice: 6 h/day for 5 days; rats: 6 h/day for 6 days (or 4 days?, contradictory information) mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications, co-exposure
Cammaerts MC et al. 2014 invertebrate, ant (<i>Myrmica sabuleti</i>) and (<i>Myrmica ruginodis</i>) motor activity of ants 900 MHz - not given mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications, RF field, DECT, W-LAN/WiFi, static electric field, PC/TV monitor
Huttunen P et al. 2012 human, whole body - 0 Hz–2,500 MHz - not specified in the article GSM, mobile communications, RF field, TV broadcast (VHF/UHF), FM broadcast (UKW)
Dasdag S et al. 1999 animal, rat/Wistar, whole body testicular function, histological changes of different organs 890–915 MHz 0.141 W/kg repeated daily exposure for 2 h/day for 1 month GSM, mobile communications, microwaves
Dasdag S et al. 2000 animal, rat/Wistar, whole body birth weight, blood parameters 890–915 MHz 0.155 W/kg repeated daily exposure for 3 x 1 min during 2 h/day, see add. information GSM, mobile communications, microwaves
Adiguzel O et al. 2008 animal, rat/Wistar albino, partial body: head trace elements content of rat teeth 900 MHz - repeated daily exposure of 2 h for 10 months mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications
Akhavan-Sigari R et al. 2014 human, partial body: head relationship between <i>p53</i> expression, <i>p53</i> mutations, survival time and cell phone usage 800–1,900 MHz 0.66–1.53 W/kg repeated daily exposure of less than 3 hours mobile phone, mobile communications
Weisbrot D et al. 2003 invertebrate, <i>Drosophila melanogaster</i>/Oregon-R, whole body different biological effects on <i>Drosophila melanogaster</i> 1,900 MHz 1.4 W/kg repeated daily exposure, 2 times 60 min with a 4-h interval, for 10 days GSM, mobile communications
Aksen F et al. 2004 animal, rat/Sprague-Dawley, whole body rectal temperature, T1 relaxation time; serum concentration of trace elements 890–915 MHz 290 µW/g repeated daily exposure, 20 min/day, 7 days a week for 1 month GSM, mobile communications