Mechanism of non-thermal effect of Millimeter Wave irradiation on Cell Growth

" Our results demonstrate that non-thermal MMW irradiation has the potential for future use in treating pathogenic fungal infections. Additionally, we study and report no mutagenic effects arising from this nonionizing radiation therapy. Our experiments demonstrate that the MMW irradiation allows the cells to retain their unmodified genetic material and likely affects the proteome by interacting with the water molecules. This accounts for the observed phenomenon of inhibited cell growth without genetic perturbation." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Barbara, A., Rajput, S., Komoshvili, K., Levitan, J., Yahalom, A., & Liberman-Aronov, S. (2020). Mechanism of the Non-thermal Effect of Millimeter Wave Irradiation on Cell Growth. © 2020 The Author(s). This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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