Short term exposure to 1439 MHz pulsed TDMA field does not alter melatonin synthesis in rats.

@article{Hata2005ShortTE,
  title={Short term exposure to 1439 MHz pulsed TDMA field does not alter melatonin synthesis in rats.},
  author={Keisuke Hata and Hironori Yamaguchi and Giichirou Tsurita and Soichi Watanabe and Kanako Wake and Masao Taki and Shoogo Ueno and Hirokazu Nagawa},
  journal={Bioelectromagnetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={49-53}
}
The widespread use of the mobile phone has initiated many studies on the possible adverse effects of a high frequency electromagnetic field (EMF), which is used in mobile phones. A low frequency EMF is reported to suppress melatonin synthesis. The aim of this study was to clarify the effects on melatonin synthesis in rats after short term exposure to a 1439 MHz time division multiple access (TDMA) EMF. The average specific absorption ratio (SAR) of the brain was 7.5 W/kg, and the average SARs… CONTINUE READING

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