|Application:||Gene expression microarray analysis|
|Number of samples:||16|
|Release date:||Aug 12 2014|
|Last update date:||Oct 11 2016|
|Dataset link||Global gene expression analysis reveals importance of thermal effect in cellular response to millimeter wave exposure|
Gene expression in human keratinocytes was measured after a 60 GHz-exposure at 20 mW/cm2, for 3 h (Expo). It was compared to cells cultured in unexposed condition (Sham). As millimeter wave (MMW) exposure increase temperature in the cell medium, two controls were performed: 1) MMW exposure (3 h, 60 GHz, 20 mW/cm²) with the heat increase compensated to maintain constant the physiological temperature (CompT_Expo); 2) Heat shock control (HSC) to mimicking the heat effect of MMW exposure.
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