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Abstract Title:

Bioassay for assessing cell stress in the vicinity of radio-frequency irradiating antennas.

Abstract Source:

J Environ Monit. 2011 Jul ;13(7):1890-6. Epub 2011 Jun 8. PMID: 21655615

Abstract Author(s):

Edna Ben-Izhak Monselise, Aliza Levkovitz, Hugo E Gottlieb, Daniel Kost

Article Affiliation:

Edna Ben-Izhak Monselise

Abstract:

The 24 h exposure of water plants (etiolated duckweed) to RF-EMF between 7.8 V m(-1) and 1.8 V m(-1), generated by AM 1.287 MHz transmitting antennas, resulted in alanine accumulation in the plant cells, a phenomenon we have previously shown to be a universal stress signal. The magnitude of the effect corresponds qualitatively to the level of RF-EMF exposure. In the presence of 10 mM vitamin C, alanine accumulation is completely suppressed, suggesting the involvement of free radicals in the process. A unique biological connection has thus been made between exposure to RF-EMF and cell stress, in the vicinity of RF transmitting antennas. This simple test, which lasts only 24 h, constitutes a useful bioassay for the quick detection of biological cell stress caused in the vicinity of RF irradiating antennas.

Study Type : Plant Study
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Adverse Pharmacological Actions : Cytotoxic : CK(89) : AC(53)

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