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Criteria: Study Type=In Vitro,Freq Range=300 kHz - 300 GHz (RF/mmW/THz),Study Subtype=Blood Brain Barrier, Brain Circulation

View This Study - Citation No: 420
Title NON-THERMAL VASODILATATION BY RADIO FREQUENCY BURST-TYPE ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD RADIATION IN THE FROG
Reference J. Physiol., Vol. 435, Pg. 257 - 273, 1991
Author(s) Miura M., Okada J.
PubMed UID 1770439
Project ID 1327
 
View This Study - Citation No: 515
Title INCREASE IN NITRIC OXIDE AND CYCLIC GMP OF RAT CEREBELLUM BY RADIO FREQUENCY BURST-TYPE ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION
Reference J. Physiol., Vol. 461, Pg. 513 - 524, 1993
Author(s) Miura M., Takayama K., Okada J.
PubMed UID 7688808
Project ID 1327
 
View This Study - Citation No: 1398
Title ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS (1.8 GHz) INCREASE THE PERMEABILITY TO SUCROSE OF THE BLOOD-BRAIN BARRIER IN VITRO
Reference Bioelectromagnetics, Vol. 21, Pg. 338 - 345, 2000
Author(s) Schirmacher A., Winters S., Fischer S., Goeke J., Galla H. J., et al. .
PubMed UID 10899769
Project ID 630
 
View This Study - Citation No: 2579
Title ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS (GSM 1800) DO NOT ALTER BLOOD-BRAIN BARRIER PERMEABILITY TO SUCROSE IN MODELS IN VITRO WITH HIGH BARRIER TIGHTNESS
Reference Bioelectromagnetics, Vol. 26, Pg. 529 - 535, 2005
Author(s) Franke H., Ringelstein E. B., Stoegbauer .
PubMed UID
Project ID 1155
 
View This Study - Citation No: 2598
Title EFFECTS OF UNIVERSAL MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (UMTS) ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS ON THE BLOOD-BRAIN BARRIER IN VITRO
Reference Radiation Research , Vol. 164, Pg. 258 - 269, 2005
Author(s) Franke H., Streckert J., Hansen V., Ringelstein E. B., Stogbauer F., et al .
PubMed UID 16137198
Project ID 1155
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5241
Title Electromagnetic interference in the permeability of saquinavir across the blood-brain barrier using nanoparticulate carriers.
Reference Int J Pharm., Vol. 351, Pg. 271 - 281, 2008
Author(s) Kuo Y. C., Kuo C. Y.
PubMed UID 17976933
Project ID 2293