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There are 5 studies that match your criteria (1 of which are reviews, comments, or miscellaneous).
Criteria: Study Type=In Vitro,Freq Range=300 kHz - 300 GHz (RF/mmW/THz),Study Subtype=Temperature and RF Exposure

View This Study - Citation No: 6852
Title Activation of the TRPV1 thermoreceptor induced by modulated or unmodulated 1800 MHz radiofrequency field exposure.
Reference Radiation Research., , Pg. - , 2017
Author(s) Ruigrok H. J., Arnaud-Cormos D., Poulletier de Gannes F., Lagroye I., Veyret B., et al. .
PubMed UID 29059001
Project ID 2739
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6973
Title Evaluating Temperature Changes of Brain Tissue Due to Induced Heating of Cell Phone Waves.
Reference International Journal of Preventive Medicine., Vol. 9, Pg. 40 - , 2018
Author(s) Forouharmajd F., Pourabdian S., Ebrahimi H.
PubMed UID
Project ID 2774
 
View This Study - Citation No: 7094 (Dosimetry)
Title Mobile Phone Distance from Head and Temperature Changes of Radio Frequency Waves on Brain Tissue.
Reference Int J Prev Med. (TO READ PAPER GO TO PUBMED LINK (30123435), Vol. 9, Pg. 61 - , 2018
Author(s) Forouharmajd F., Ebrahimi H., Pourabdian S.
PubMed UID 30123435
Project ID 2774
 
View This Study - Citation No: 7529
Title Effects of radiofrequency fields on RAS and ERK kinases activity in live cells using the Bioluminescence Resonance Energy Transfer technique.
Reference Int J Radiat Biol., Vol. 13, Pg. 1 - 24, 2020
Author(s) Poque E., Arnaud-Cormos D., Ruigrok H. J., Poulletier De Gannes F., Lagroye I., et al. .
PubMed UID
Project ID 2739
 
View This Study - Citation No: 7634
Title Effects of Radiofrequency Field Exposure on Proteotoxic-induced and Heat-induced HSF1 Response in Live Cells Using the Bioluminescence Resonance Energy Transfer Technique.
Reference Cell Stress and Chaperones., Vol. 26, Pg. 241 - .251, 2021
Author(s) Poque E., Ruigrok H. J., Habauzit D., Lagroye I., Le Drean Y., et al. .
PubMed UID 33067759
Project ID 2739