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[Investigation on the health of people living near mobile telephone relay stations: I/Incidence according to distance and sex].
A survey study using questionnaire was conducted in 530 people (270 men, 260 women) living or not in vicinity of cellular phone base stations, on 18 Non Specific Health Symptoms. Comparisons ofExpand
Study of the health of people living in the vicinity of mobile phone base stations: I. Influe nces of distance and sex *
Summary A survey study using a questionnaire was conducted on 530 people (270 men, 260 women) living or not in the vicinity of cellular phone base stations, on 18 Non Specific Health Symptoms.Expand
Survey Study of People Living in the Vicinity of Cellular Phone Base Stations
A survey study was conducted, using a questionnaire, on 530 people (270 men, 260 women) living or not in proximity to cellular phone base stations. Eighteen different symptoms (Non Specific HealthExpand
SYMPTOMS EXPERIENCED BY USERS OF DIGITAL CELLULAR PHONES: A STUDY OF A FRENCH ENGINEERING SCHOOL
A survey study, using a questionnaire, was conducted in 161 students and workers in a French engineering school on symptoms experienced during use of digital cellular phones. A significant increaseExpand
[Danger of cellular telephones and their relay stations].
Cellular phones and their base stations emit pulsed microwaves in the environment. Cellular phone users are exposed in the near field and, under this condition, a large part of the electromagneticExpand
[Symptoms experienced by people in vicinity of base stations: II/ Incidences of age, duration of exposure, location of subjects in relation to the antennas and other electromagnetic factors].
This is the 2nd part of a survey study conducted on 530 people (270 men, 260 women) living or not in vicinity of cellular phone base stations. Comparison of complaints frequencies for 16 Non SpecificExpand
[Symptoms reported by mobile cellular telephone users].
A survey study, using questionnaire, was conducted in 161 students and workers in a French engineering school on symptoms experienced during use of digital cellular phones. A significant increase inExpand
Potentiation of atropine‐induced retardation of small intestine transit in mice by a pulsed magnetic field
The interaction of a pulsed (100 and 50 Hz) magnetic field (90 μT) with the effect of atropine on small intestine transit was studied in mice. Both frequencies of the magnetic field significantlyExpand
[Quantitative analysis of ovalbumin by thin-layer isoelectric focusing (author's transl)].
A new method for quantitation of ovalbumin by thin layer isoelectric focusing in polyacrylamide gel is described. This technique separates ovalbumin from avian-magnum homogenates or egg white andExpand
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