Cytostatic response of NB69 cells to weak pulse-modulated 2.2 GHz radar-like signals.

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The present study investigates the response of two human cancer cell lines to a 24-h treatment with a 2.2-GHz, pulse-modulated (5 µs pulse duration, 100 Hz repetition rate) radar-like signal at an average SAR = 0.023 W/kg, using a newly designed setup for in vitro exposure to radiofrequency (RF) fields. A complete discretized model of the setup was created… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/bem.20643

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