EFFECTS OF RADIO-FREQUENCY ENERGY ON HUMAN GAMMA GLOBULIN
ARMY MEDICAL RESEARCH LAB FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX United States
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Low power radio-frequency energy alters the electrophoretic pattern and the antigenic reactivity of human gamma globulins in 2 aqueous solution. The changes in antigenic reactivity are highly frequency dependent and occur at field strengths as low as 6.7 volts per centimeter peak-to-peak. They can be produced consistently in frequency range 13.30 to 13.39 megacycles per second if the temperature is kept constant at 37.5 C. These frequencies may be the second harmonics of a series which is also effective.
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