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Action of 50 Hz Magnetic Fields on Neurite Outgrowth in Pheochromocytoma Cells.
Calcium-Ion Efflux from Brain Tissue: Power-Density Versus Internal Field-Intensity Dependencies at 50-MHz RF Radiation.
Description and Implications for Analysis of Brain Growth in Suckling Mice.
Development of Chicken Embryos in a Pulsed Magnetic Field.
Differential Hepatotoxicity and Cytochrome P450 Responses of Fischer-344 Rats to the Three Isomers of Dichlorobenzene.
Effect of Ambient Levels of Power-Line-Frequency Electric Fields on a Developing Vertebrate (Journal Version).
Effect of Ambient Temperature and Running Wheel Activity on the Outcome of Pregnancy in CD-1 Mice.
Effect of Ozone on Human Cellular and Humoral Immunity: Characterization of T and B Lymphocytes by Rosette Formation.
Effects of ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) (1-120 Hz) and Modulated (50 Hz) RF (Radio Frequency) Fields on the Efflux of Calcium Ions from Brain Tissue In vitro.
Effects of ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) Fields on Calcium-Ion Efflux from Brain Tissue In vitro.
Evaluation of high volume particle sampling and sample handling protocols for ambient urban air mutagencity determinations /
Evidence for Direct Effect of Magnetic Fields on Neurite Outgrowth.
Exposure of Frog Hearts to CW or Amplitude-Modulated VHF Fields: Selective Efflux to Calcium Ions at 16 Hz.
Exposure of Humans to a Volatile Organic Mixture. 1. Behavioral Assessment.
Exposure of Humans to a Volatile Organic Mixture. 2. Sensory.
Exposure of Humans to Ambient Levels of Ozone for 6.6 Hours Causes Cellular and Biochemical Changes in the Lung.
Extrathoracic and Intrathoracic Removal of O3 in Tidal-Breathing Humans (Journal Version).
Fetal and Maternal Effects of Continual Exposure of Rats to 970-MHz Circularly-Polarized Microwaves.
Growth and Development of Mice Offspring After Irradiation in Utero with 2,450-MHz Microwaves.
Hepatotoxic Interactions of Ethanol with Allyl Alcohol or Carbon Tetrachloride in Rats.
Importance of Alignment between Local DC Magnetic Field and an Oscillating Magnetic Field in Responses of Brain Tissue In vitro and In vivo.
Induction of Calcium-Ion Efflux from Brain Tissue by Radiofrequency Radiation: Effect of Sample Number and Modulation Frequency on the Power-Density Window.
Influence of Exposure Patterns of Nitrogen Dioxide and Modifications by Ozone on Susceptibility to Bacterial Infectious Disease in Mice.
Influence of Temperature during Electric- and Magnetic-Field-Induced Alteration of Calcium-Ion Release from In vitro Brain Tissue.
Lack of Effects from 2000-Hz Magnetic Fields on Mammary Adenocarcinoma and Reproductive Hormones in Rats.
Multiple Power-Density Windows and Their Possible Origin.
Nonparametric Version of Williams' Test for a Randomized Block Design.
Observations of Rat Fetuses after Irradiation with 2450-MHz (CW) Microwaves.
Observations of Syrian Hamster Fetuses After Exposure to 2450-MHz Microwaves.
Odor and irritation effects of a volatile organic compound mixture /
Pulmonary Response of White and Black Adults to Six Concentrations of Ozone.
Relationship between Delivered Ozone Dose and Functional Responses in Humans.
Reproducibility of Individual Responses to Ozone Exposure.
Role for the Magnetic Field in the Radiation-Induced Efflux of Calcium Ions from Brain Tissue 'In vitro'.
Role of Sample Temperature in the Field-Induced Alteration of Calcium Release from Brain Tissue, In vitro.
Survey of Effects of Gaseous and Aerosol Pollutants on Pulmonary Function of Normal Males.
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