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To examine the thermalization and light production (i.e. chemiluminescense) of mammalian cell lysates in vitro during 2450 MHz microwave irradiation. Cells were treated before with a special chemical compound (DALM) (abbreviation: DALM = diazoluminomelanin, an radiofrequency-sensitive luminescent polymer).
Previous data (Kiel 1983) suggested that luminescent organic materials might act as microwave dosimeters within cells.
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The lysate of HL-60 cell line containing DALM showed an increased chemiluminescense with inreased temperature and microwave power input, respectively.
The data illustrate the potential of using DALM synthesized in mammalian cells as a photon-emitting sensor of absorbed energy in radiofrequency irradiation dosimetry.