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Bacterial Resistance
Source: SMJ Mortazavi https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6605927873914130432/ Accumulating evidence reveals that exposure of bacteria to a wide variety of physical stressors ranging from ultrasound to ionizing and non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation can make them resistant to antibiotics. A study conducted recently showed that the exposure of E. coli DH5α to Wi-Fi radiofrequency radiation for 5 hours influenced several bacterial cellular and...
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Abstract This study investigated the non-thermal effects of Wi-Fi radiofrequency radiation of 2.4 GHz on global gene expression in Escherichia coli K-12 DH5α. High-throughput RNA-sequencing of 2.4 GHz exposed and non-exposed bacteria revealed that 101 genes were differentially expressed (DEGs) at P ≤ 0.05. The up-regulated genes were 52 while the down-regulated ones were 49. QRT-PCR analysis of pgaD,...
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Slideshare Presentation by Mikko Ahonen (Researcher, PhD) at the University of Umeå. Umeå is a test city for 5G in Sweden A slide from the presentation:
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Source: http://www.jbpe.ir/Journal_OJS/JBPE/index.php/jbpe/article/view/1106/526 Said-Salman I. H. 1,2, Jebaii F. A.2 *, Yusef H. H.1 , Moustafa M. E.3 Abstract: Background: The radiation emitted from electromagnetic fields (EMF) can cause biological effects on prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, including non-thermal effects. Objective: The present study evaluated the non-thermal effects of wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) operating at 2.4 GHz part of...
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Mortazavi SMJ. Comments on “Study of Bacterial Contamination of Mobile Phones and Stethoscopes in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit”. Int J Pediatr 2017; 5(11): 6143-44. DOI: 10.22038/ijp.2017.25690.2186  IJP_Volume 5_Issue 11_Pages 6143-6144 *Corresponding Author: SMJ Mortazavi,  Ph.D, Visiting Scientist, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA 19111, USA. Address: Fox Chase Cancer Center (FCCC), Doss Lab R-432, 333...
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