You were not explicit, but I assume that you are talking about the EMF - health connection.
As far as I am aware, there is not one definitive paper to which you can refer. However, there are probably thousands of papers published on the subject; I personally have read dozens and dozens, ad nauseam.
I suggest that you start at this site, and work your way through the links as your interest develops: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/emf/
In researching this topic, you should be aware of the fact that this is perhaps one of the most politicised topics in current science. Numerous scientists and others have built their careers on the subject and have a vested interest in keeping it alive. There is a never ending stream of grant money available to anyone who can cause a bit of controversy in the area, and there is no shortage of scientists who are willing to advance their careers by causing such controversy.
In reading through many of the papers listed in the NIOSH site, you should note that in many of them the conclusions published are the result of a vote of the participants; ie: the conclusions are a consequence of a democratic process, as opposed to definitive science.
The voting is usually along ideological lines, with each vested interest supporting its own position. This is a consequence of the weakness of the evidence; if there was a definitive cause and effect relationship, there would be no split in the vote. You should keep this in mind as you weigh the evidence presented.