Cellular and Molecular Responses to Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields The human exposure to nonionized EMF in connection with WPT applications is examined in this paper, highlighting various biological and biomedical aspects in connection with DNA, mutation, cell, and gene.

@inproceedings{Miyakoshi2013CellularAM,
  title={Cellular and Molecular Responses to Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields The human exposure to nonionized EMF in connection with WPT applications is examined in this paper, highlighting various biological and biomedical aspects in connection with DNA, mutation, cell, and gene.},
  author={Junji Miyakoshi},
  year={2013}
}
In recent years, people have been exposed to many kinds of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) generated by do- mestic electrical appliances and mobile telecommunication devices. There is increasing public concern regarding the health risks of radio-frequency (RF) radiation, particularly that produced by mobile phones. Concern regarding the poten- tial risks of exposure to EMFs has led to many epidemiological investigations, but the effects of EMF exposure on human and other mammalian cells are still… CONTINUE READING

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