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There are 10 studies that match your criteria (1 of which are reviews, comments, or miscellaneous).
Criteria: Study Type=Human / Provocation,Freq Range=300 kHz - 300 GHz (RF/mmW/THz),Study Subtype=Blood Brain Barrier, Brain Circulation

View This Study - Citation No: 2108
Title EFFECTS OF A 902 MHZ MOBILE PHONE ON CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW IN HUMANS: A PET STUDY
Reference Neuroreport, Vol. 14, Pg. 2019 - 2023, 2003
Author(s) Haarala C., Aalto S., Hautzel H., Krause B., Hamalainen H., et al .
PubMed UID 14600490
Project ID 1110
 
View This Study - Citation No: 2674
Title MOBILE PHONE AFFECTS CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW IN HUMANS
Reference Journal Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism, Vol. 26, Pg. 885 - 890, 2006
Author(s) Aalto S., Haarala C., Bruck A., Sipila H., Hamalainen H., Rinne J. O.
PubMed UID 16495939
Project ID 1110
 
View This Study - Citation No: 2772
Title DO GSM 900 MHZ SIGNALS AFFECT CEREBRAL BLOOD CIRCULATION? A NEAR INFRARED SPECTROPHOTOMETRY STUDY
Reference Optics Express, Vol. 14, Pg. 6128 - 6141, 2006
Author(s) Wolf M., Haensse D., Morren G., Froehlich J.
PubMed UID
Project ID 1635
 
View This Study - Citation No: 2882
Title MONITORING THE EFFECTS OF MOBILE PHONE USE ON THE BRAIN BY PROTON MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY
Reference Int J Radiat Biol, Vol. 82, Pg. 681 - 685, 2006
Author(s) Khiat A., Boulanger Y., Breton G.
PubMed UID 17050481
Project ID 1667
 
View This Study - Citation No: 3957
Title ACUTE MOBILE PHONE EXPOSURE AFFECTS FRONTAL CORTEX HEMODYNAMICS AS EVIDENCED BY FUNCTIONAL NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
Reference J Cereb Blood Flow Metab, Vol. 29, Pg. 903 - 910, 2009
Author(s) Curcio G., Ferrara M., Limongi T., Tempsta D., Ferari M., et al .
PubMed UID 19240743
Project ID 1915
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4254
Title EFFECTS OF W-CDMA 1950 MHz EMF EMITTED BY MOBILE PHONES ON REGIONAL CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW IN HUMANS.
Reference Bioelectromagnetics., Vol. 30, Pg. 536 - 544, 2009
Author(s) Mizuno Y., Moriguchi Y., Hikage T., Nojima T., Ugawa Y., et al. .
PubMed UID 19475648
Project ID 1599
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5097 (Dosimetry)
Title Head Exposure System for a Human Provocation Study to Assess the Possible Influence of UMTS-Like Electromagnetic Fields on Cerebral Blood Circulation Using Near-Infrared Imaging.
Reference Bioelectromagnetics., Vol. 33, Pg. 124 - 133, 2012
Author(s) Lehmann H., Pollara L., Spichtig S., Kühn S., Wolf M.
PubMed UID 21842517
Project ID 1635
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5493
Title Assessment of intermittent UMTS electromagnetic field effects on blood circulation in the human auditory region using a near-infrared system.
Reference Bioelectromagnetics., Vol. 33, Pg. 40 - 54, 2012
Author(s) Spichtig S., Scholkmann F., Chin L., Lehmann H., Wolf M.
PubMed UID 21695708
Project ID 1635
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6101
Title No effects of short-term GSM mobile phone radiation on cerebral blood flow measured using positron emission tomography.
Reference Bioelectromagnetics., Vol. 33, Pg. 247 - 256, 2012
Author(s) Kwon M. S., Vorobyev V., Toivonen T., Tuominen L., Hämäläinen H., et al. .
PubMed UID 21932437
Project ID 2508
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6102
Title GSM mobile phone radiation suppresses brain glucose metabolism.
Reference J Cereb Blood Flow Metab., Vol. 31, Pg. 2293 - 2301, 2011
Author(s) Kwon M. S., Vorobyev V., Laine M., Toivonen T., Hämäläinen H., et al. .
PubMed UID 21915135
Project ID 2508