[Changes in gastric electric activity and serum catecholamine level under the influence of electromagnetic microwaves (experimental studies)].
Med Tr Prom Ekol. 2000(5):8-11. PMID: 10881538
G A Kulkybaev
Chronic experiments on 17 dogs revealed that ultrahigh-frequency electromagnetic waves applied on epigastric area and head induce a double-phase response: depressed electric activity of gaster and increased total catecholamines level during exposure, but higher gastric activity and lower levels of epinephrine and norepinephrine in 24 hours after each of 10 procedures and during 7 days after 10 procedures. Double-phase changes in electric activity of gaster could be explained by double-phase fluctuations of humoral division in chromaffin system.