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No. 23, January 2006
„High frequency GSM-1800 fields with various modulations and field strengths: No short term effect on human awake EEG”
Prof. Prof. Dr. H. Hinrichs und H.J. Heinze, Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg
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No. 22, November 2005
Sensitivity of children to EMF exposure – do elevated susceptibilities to high-frequency mobile communication fields exist during discrete developmental phases?
Dr. med. Jörg Reißenweber, Janine Pöss, Prof. Dr. med. Eduard David
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No. 21, December 2005
Are thermoreceptors responsible for „non-thermal“ effects of RF fields?
Prof. Dr. Roland Glaser, Humboldt University Berlin
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No. 20, December 2003
In vitro studies on biological effects of radiofrequency fields between 1997 and 2002
Prof. Dr. Rainer Meyer, Physiological Department University of Bonn
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No. 19, July 2003
In vivo studies on the biological effects of high frequency electromagnetic fields: a survey and future prospects
Dr. Thomas Tillmann and Dr. Jochen Buschmann,
The Fraunhofer-Institute for Toxicology and Aerosol Research in Hannover
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No. 18, May 2003
Requirements for technical institutions investigating the effects of high frequency electromagnetic fields on biological Systems
Dr. Joachim Steckert, Chair for Theoretical Electrical Engineering, Bergische University- Polytechnic Wuppertal, Germany
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No. 17, August 2002
Effects of high- and low-frequency electromagnetic fields on embryonic development.
An inventory of teratologic studies
Dr. Hans-Peter Thalau, Institute of Zoology, University of Frankfurt, Germany
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No. 16, June 2002
The Melatonin Hypothesis - An Introduction
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Alexander Lerchel, International University Bremen, Germany
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No. 15, April 2002
Interference of the Blood Brain Barrier Function by Electromagnetic Fields
Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Florian Stögbauer, University of Münster, Germany
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No. 14, July 1998
The Effect of High-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields on Cell Cycle and Sister-Chromatid Exchanges: Analyses with Human Lymphocytes in Culture
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volkert Hansen, Dr. J. Streckert
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No. 13, June 1997
Research Project "Biological Effects of High Frequency Electromagnetic Fields":
Partial Report on the Investigated BOS-Radio Frequencies
Dr. F. Gollnick
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No. 12b, December 1996
HF-Design of a Measurement Setup for the Investigation of Cerebro- Biological Effects in Low-Frequency Pulsed RF Fields
Prof. Dr.-Ing. V. Hansen, Dipl.-Ing. Th. Eibert, Dipl.-Ing. H. Kammerer, Dipl.-Ing. Th. Vaupel
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No. 12a, December 1996
Cerebro-Biological Effects in Low-Frequency Pulsed RF Fields
J. F. Spittler, P. Calabrese, W. Gehlen, M. Heidrich
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No. 11, September 1996
Guidelines for experiments to investigate the effect of high-frequency electromagnetic fields on biological systems
- High-frequency aspects -
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volkert Hansen
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No. 10, August 1996
The reaction of human T-lymphocytes (Jurkat) to high-frequency electromagnetic fields
Dr. Rainer Meyer, Dr. Frank Gollnick, Dr. Stephan Wolke, Gabi Conrad, Hanne Bock
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No. 9, July 1996
The effect of pulsed electro-magnetic fields on the electro-encephalogram of humans
K. Jahre, K. Matkey und H.-J. Meckelburg
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No. 8, June 1996
DNA and Protein Exposed to Modulated RF Fields
Prof. Dr. W. Rüger (Part One), Prof. Dr.-Ing. V. Hansen (Part Two)
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No. 7, May 1996
Interference of pacemakers by mobile phones
Prof. Dr.-Ing. W. Irnich, Dr. rer. nat. L. Batz, T.A. R. Müller, Dipl.-Ing. R. Tobisch
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No. 6, April 1996
Computation of the Input Impedance of Pacemakers
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volkert Hansen, T. Vaupel
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No. 5, March 1996
Electromagnetic Immunity of Cardiac Pacemakers in the Frequency Range 30 kHz to 2.5 GHz
Dr.-Ing. Hans-Jürgen Meckelburg, Dipl.-Ing. Klaus Jahre, Dr.-Ing. Klaus Matkey
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No. 4, February 1996
Cytogenic Studies of the Effects of Mobile Telephone Radio Waves
Dr. rer. nat. Susanne Diener, Professor Dr. rer. nat. Paul Eberle
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No. 3, January 1996
Experimental Set-up for Studying Electromagnetic Alternating Fields
Prof. Dr. R. Elsner, U. Neibig
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No. 2, December 1995
The Influence of High-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields on the Intracellular Calcium Concentration of Excitable and Non-Excitable Cells
Dr. rer. nat. Rainer Meyer, Dr. rer. nat. Frank Gollnick, Dr. rer. nat. Stephan Wolke
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No. 1, November 1995
Growth behaviour of human leukemia HL-60 cells influenced by high frequency electromagnetic fields for the investigation of cancer promoting effects
Dr. med R. Fitzner, E. Langer , Dipl.-Ing. E. Zemann
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