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Calcium Ion Efflux Induction in Brain Tissue by Radio-Frequency Radiation.
Calcium-Ion Efflux from Brain Tissue: Power-Density Versus Internal Field-Intensity Dependencies at 50-MHz RF Radiation.
Characteristics of Transverse Electric and Magnetic Field Transmission Cells at Extremely Low Frequencies.
Differential Effects of 200, 591, and 2,450 MHz Radiation on Rat Brain Energy Metabolism.
Effect of Ambient Levels of Power-Line-Frequency Electric Fields on a Developing Vertebrate (Journal Version).
Effects of Continuous-Wave, Pulsed, and Sinusoidal-Amplitude-Modulated Microwaves on Brain Energy Metabolism.
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 Hyperthermia and Hyperthermia Plus Microwaves on Rat Brain Energy Metabolism.
Frequency-Dependent Absorption of Electromagnetic Energy in Biological Tissue.
Lack of Effects from 2000-Hz Magnetic Fields on Mammary Adenocarcinoma and Reproductive Hormones in Rats.
Measurement of Small Mechanical Vibrations of Brain Tissue Exposed to Extremely-Low-Frequency Electric Fields.
Method for Calculating Electric and Magnetic Fields in TEM Cells at ELF (Journal Version).
Multiple Power-Density Windows and Their Possible Origin.
Off-Center Spherical Model for Dosimetry Calculations in Chick Brain Tissue.
Role for the Magnetic Field in the Radiation-Induced Efflux of Calcium Ions from Brain Tissue 'In vitro'.
System for Measurement of Small Vibrations at Material Interfaces Induced by Electrostrictive Forces.
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