A paper from France that calls for caution when interpreting conflicting experimental findings, especially for 5G studies

Bioelectromagnetics
Volume 41, Issue 7
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/bem.22287


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Denis Habauzit’s group Inserm exposed three batches of the same type of skin cells, each from a different source, to 60.4 GHz millimeter waves in “exactly the same way” and looked at changes in gene expression. They saw divergent responses.

For the 3 samples, they found the expression of some genes went up, others went down and some were unchanged: “Surprisingly, we found three different expression profiles despite using identical exposure conditions.” Note keratinocytes are the most common type of skin cells.

Bioelectromagnetics
Volume 41, Issue 7 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/bem.22287

The clear message: An important variable is unaccounted for. Keep this in mind when evaluating 5G experimental findings on skin cells – as well as other studies.

The work was sponsored by Anses which favors precaution and more health research, especially for 5G radiation.

See:

-Jan 27TH: In new report, ANSES the French health & environment agency, wants to learn more about impacts of 5G http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=fr&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.anses.fr%2Ffr%2Fcontent%2Fd%25C3%25A9ploiement-de-la-5g-en-france-l%25E2%2580%2599anses-se-mobilise-pour-%25C3%25A9valuer-les-risques-pour-la-sant%25C3%25A9

-Major new report from ANSES on power-frequency EMFs out today. French govt recommends precaution especially for children and pregnant women. Also: No high-voltage lines & substations near schools & hospitals. … And more research. http://bit.ly/2L4Y88p

From Jerry Phillips, then in Ross Adey’s lab in Loma Linda, now at UCCS: “Back in 1988, Motorola criticized my comet studies which were done with a single cell line because the responses went up, down, stayed the same with different exposure regimens.. “Even when I used the same procedures, effects, while generally the same, differed in magnitude. This wasn’t earth-shattering science then, nor is it now. No matter how hard you try to maintain things the same when you work with cultured cells, you can’t, period.”

Dariusz Leszczynski:

My group published similar research in 2006 and 2010 studies on genes and on proteins, respectively.

Proteomics. 2006 Sep;6(17):4769-80. doi: 10.1002/pmic.200600076.

Proteome Sci. 2010 Oct 18;8:52. doi: 10.1186/1477-5956-8-52.

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