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Criteria: Freq Range=300 kHz - 300 GHz (RF/mmW/THz),Study Type=In Vivo,Study Subtype=Behavior, Neurochemistry, Neuropathology,Status=Ongoing

Details - Project ID 84
Lab University of Bordeaux, France
Study Design  900, 1800 MHz(GSM) exposure to rats and analysis of behavior, cerebral circulation, and stress response
Summary  (ongoing)
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Details - Project ID 983
Lab University of Bordeaux, France
Study Design  900, 1800 MHz (GSM) exposure to a transgenic rat (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis [ALS / Lou Gehrig's Disease] model) and analysis of disease progression
Summary  (ongoing)
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Details - Project ID 1521
Lab PIOM / Univ Bordeaux, France
Study Design  900 MHz (GSM), 2450 (WiFi) exposure to rats and analysis of neuron degeneration and apoptosis, including during in utero
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Details - Project ID 1525
Lab University of Kuopio, Finland
Study Design  900 MHz (GSM) exposure to newborn rats and analysis of neuron degeneration and BBB effects (replication of Persson and Salford, 2003)
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Details - Project ID 1584
Lab Technical Univ and Ludwig-Maximilian Univ, Munich
Study Design  900, 1800 MHz (GSM), 2.2 GHz (UMTS) exposure to rats and analysis of learning and memory behavior, repreductive capability, and other parameters
Summary  In Vivo Experiments on Exposure to the High Frequency Fields of Mobile Telecommunication
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Details - Project ID 1708
Lab Univ Koblenz-Landau, FRG
Study Design  1900 MHz (DECT) exposure to bees and analysis of behavior
Summary  Electromagnetic Radiation Influences on Honeybees (Apis mellifera)
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Details - Project ID 3108
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Study Design  The skin of healthy mice was irradiated locally at the right flank with 101 GHz MMW in a pulsed (510 ┬Ás, 20-50 pulses, 0.5 - 1.5 kW) regime and physical, physiological, and pathological parameters as well as behavior were examined before and after irradiation.
Summary  The Lack of Toxic Effect of High-Power Short-Pulse 101 GHz Millimeter Waves on Healthy Mice.
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