Affiliation: STUK-Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority
- Non-thermal activation of the hsp27/p38MAPK stress pathway by mobile phone radiation in human endothelial cells: molecular mechanism for cancer- and blood-brain barrier-related effectsDariusz Leszczynski
Bio NIR Research Group, Radiobiology Laboratory, Department of Research and Environmental Surveillance, STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Laippatie 4, FIN 00880, Helsinki, Finland
Differentiation 70:120-9. 2002..Furthermore, our hypothesis suggests that other brain damaging factors may co-participate in mobile phone radiation-induced effects...
- Continuous wave and simulated GSM exposure at 1.8 W/kg and 1.8 GHz do not induce hsp16-1 heat-shock gene expression in Caenorhabditis elegansAdam S Dawe
Institute of Genetics, School of Biology, University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Bioelectromagnetics 29:92-9. 2008....
- Effects of radiofrequency-modulated electromagnetic fields on proteomeDariusz Leszczynski
STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Laippatie 4, Helsinki, 00880, Finland
Adv Exp Med Biol 990:101-6. 2013..Especially that the RF-EMF used in wireless communication devices has very low energy and is unable to directly induce gene mutations...
- Five years later: the current status of the use of proteomics and transcriptomics in EMF researchDariusz Leszczynski
Radiation Biology Laboratory, STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Helsinki, Finland
Proteomics 12:2493-509. 2012..The review was prepared by the members of the COST Action BM0704 task group on the high-throughput screening techniques and electromagnetic fields (TG-HTST-EMF)...
- Analysis of proteome response to the mobile phone radiation in two types of human primary endothelial cellsReetta Nylund
STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Helsinki, Finland
Proteome Sci 8:52. 2010..In the present study, using as model human primary endothelial cells, we have examined whether exposure to 1800 MHz GSM mobile phone radiation can affect cell proteome...
- Mobile phone radiation health risk controversy: the reliability and sufficiency of science behind the safety standardsDariusz Leszczynski
STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Laippatie 4, FIN 00880 Helsinki, Finland
Health Res Policy Syst 8:2. 2010..Continuation of the research on mobile phone radiation effects is needed in order to improve the basis and the reliability of the safety standards...
- The effects of the broadband UVA radiation on myeloid leukemia cells: the possible role of protein kinase C in mediation of UVA-induced effectsD Leszczynski
Radiobiology Laboratory, Finnish Centre for Radiation and Nuclear Safety, Helsinki, Finland
Photochem Photobiol 64:936-42. 1996..Thus, we speculate that in vivo the immune functions of leukocytes passing through dermal capillaries might be altered by exposure to solar UVA radiation...
- Questions and answers concerning applicability of proteomics and transcriptomics in EMF researchDariusz Leszczynski
Functional Proteomics Group STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Laippatie 4 FIN 00880 Helsinki Finland
Proteomics 6:4674-7. 2006....
- Applicability of discovery science approach to determine biological effects of mobile phone radiationDariusz Leszczynski
Bio NIR Research Group at the Radiobiology Laboratory, STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Helsinki, Finland
Proteomics 4:426-31. 2004..This, in turn, can help in speeding up of the process of determining whether these changes might affect human health.*..
- Laser-beam-triggered microcavitation: a novel method for selective cell destructionD Leszczynski
Wellman Laboratories of Photomedicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts 02114, USA
Radiat Res 156:399-407. 2001..In conclusion, microcavitation induces rapid and specific cells death (limited only to cells containing microparticles), without producing delayed effects among the surviving cells...
- Mobile phone radiation might alter protein expression in human skinAnu Karinen
STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Laippatie 4, 00880 Helsinki, Finland
BMC Genomics 9:77. 2008..Therefore, in this pilot human volunteer study, using proteomics approach, we have examined whether a local exposure of human skin to RF-EMF will cause changes in protein expression in living people...
- Proteomics analysis of human endothelial cell line EA.hy926 after exposure to GSM 900 radiationReetta Nylund
BioNIR Research Group, STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safely Authority, Helsinki, Finland
Proteomics 4:1359-65. 2004..This finding supports our earlier presented working hypothesis which indicated that the mobile phone radiation might affect the cytoskeleton and might have an effect on the physiological functions that are regulated by the cytoskeleton...
- Mobile phone radiation causes changes in gene and protein expression in human endothelial cell lines and the response seems to be genome- and proteome-dependentReetta Nylund
Functional Proteomics Group, Radiation Biology Laboratory, STUK, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Helsinki, Finland
Proteomics 6:4769-80. 2006..Our findings might also explain, at least in part, the origin of discrepancies in replication studies between different laboratories...
- Rapporteur report: cellular, animal and epidemiological studies of the effects of static magnetic fields relevant to human healthDariusz Leszczynski
BioNIR Research Group at the Radiobiology Laboratory, STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Laippatie 4, FIN 00880, Helsinki, Finland
Prog Biophys Mol Biol 87:247-53. 2005....
- Ultraviolet A exposure alters adhesive properties of mouse melanoma cellsRiikka Pastila
Radiation Biology Laboratory, Department of Research and Environmental Surveillance, STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Helsinki, Finland
Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed 21:234-41. 2005..As an experimental in vitro model, we have used C57BL/6 mouse-derived B16- F1 and B16-F10 melanoma cell lines and the syngeneic MS-1 endothelial cell line...
- In vivo UVA irradiation of mouse is more efficient in promoting pulmonary melanoma metastasis than in vitroRiikka Pastila
Non Ionizing Radiation Laboratory, STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Laippatie 4, FIN 00880, Helsinki, Finland
Cancer Cell Int 11:16. 2011..abstract:..
- Ultraviolet-A radiation induces changes in cyclin G gene expression in mouse melanoma B16-F1 cellsRiikka Pastila
Non Ionizing Radiation Laboratory, STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Helsinki, Finland
Cancer Cell Int 7:7. 2007..The aim of this study was to examine changes in expression profile of genes in mouse melanoma B16-F1 cells exposed to UVA radiation...
- Ultraviolet A exposure might increase metastasis of mouse melanoma: a pilot studyRiikka Pastila
Department of Research and Environmental Surveillance, STUK Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Helsinki, Finland
Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed 21:183-90. 2005..In this study we suggest that UVA radiation could lead to the increase of metastatic capability of melanoma cells in mice...
- Mobile phone radiation and gene expressionDariusz Leszczynski
Radiat Res 167:121; author reply 121-3. 2007
- In vitro effect of pulsed 900 MHz GSM radiation on mitochondrial membrane potential and motility of human spermatozoaNadia Falzone
Department of Biomedical Sciences, Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
Bioelectromagnetics 29:268-76. 2008..7 W/kg and no exposure by time interaction was present. This result should not be ascribed to thermal effects, due to the cooling methods employed in the RF chamber and temperature control within the incubator...
- Gene expression changes in human cells after exposure to mobile phone microwavesDaniel Remondini
University of Bologna, Department of Physics, Bologna, Italy
Proteomics 6:4745-54. 2006..However, following microwave exposure, some but not all human cells might react with an increase in expression of genes encoding ribosomal proteins and therefore up-regulating the cellular metabolism...
- The need for a new approach in studies of the biological effects of electromagnetic fieldsDariusz Leszczynski
Proteomics 6:4671-3. 2006