Biological Effects Versus Health Effects: An Investigation of the Genotoxicity of Microwave Radiation
Is there a biological effect under the defined exposure conditions?
If there is a biological effect, is it hazardous to animals or to humans?
If there is an adverse effect on the health of humans, what is the (human) risk factor?
KeywordsMicrowave Radiation Chinese Hamster Ovary Cell Chromosome Aberration Sister Chromatid Exchange Specific Absorption Rate
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