Goodman R, Weisbrot D, 2003-Pathology Dept, Columbia University Health Sciences, United States
An increase in the synthesis of the stress protein HSP 70 is a sign of cellular stress (as well as the over-activation of the ERW sequence of DNA – see below). It highlights the presence of a toxic factor for the organism. The HSP 70 stress protein is considered a significant marker for assessing environmental pollution.
The test is to quantify the induction of HSP 70 synthesis on living systems studied and exposed to the electromagnetic radiation of a mobile phone.
The results of the study objectively show a significant cellular stress related to exposure. The presence of the compensation oscillation (CMO) allows a 73% decrease in HSP 70 in comparison with the observed increase in exposed organisms