Microwave-induced changes in nerve cells: effects of modulation and temperature.

@article{Arber1985MicrowaveinducedCI,
  title={Microwave-induced changes in nerve cells: effects of modulation and temperature.},
  author={Silvia Arber and James C. Lin},
  journal={Bioelectromagnetics},
  year={1985},
  volume={6 3},
  pages={257-70}
}
Helix aspersa neurons were irradiated with continuous-wave (CW) and noise-amplitude-modulated microwaves (carrier frequency 2450 MHz, 20% AM, 2 Hz-20 kHz) in a specially designed waveguide exposure system. Continuous-wave microwave irradiations were conducted at 8 degrees, 21 degrees, and 28 degrees C, while noise-modulated irradiation was performed at 21 degrees C. The results showed that exposure of snail neurons to CW microwaves for 60 min at 12.9 W/kg inhibited spontaneous activity and… CONTINUE READING

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