H Kenneth Prol

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The possible effects of ultra-wideband (UWB) pulses on cellular nitric oxide production were tested by measuring nitrite in the medium bathing UWB exposed RAW 264.7 macrophages. A 30 min exposure to 1 ns UWB pulses, repeated at 600 Hz with an estimated SAR of 0.106 W/kg, did not change nitric oxide production by RAW 264.7 cells, with or without stimulation(More)
Effects of a short-term exposure to millimeter waves (CW, 40-52 GHz, 0.24-3.0 mW/cm2) on the compound action potential (CAP) conduction were studied in an isolated frog sciatic nerve preparation. CAPs were evoked by either a low-rate or a high-rate electrical stimulation of the nerve (4 and 20 paired pulses/s, respectively). The low-rate stimulation did not(More)
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