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* Electrical waterbath stunning: influence of different waveform and voltage settings on the induction of unconsciousness and death in male and female broiler chickens. med./biol.
Prinz S, Van Oijen G, Ehinger F, Bessei W, Coenen A (2012), Poult Sci 91 (4): 998 - 1008
Exposure: electric field, static electric field, signals/pulses, 50/60 Hz (AC), DC
* A comparative study on the increased radioresistance to lethal doses of gamma rays after exposure to microwave radiation and oral intake of flaxseed oil. med./biol.
Mortazavi SMJ, Mosleh-Shirazi MA, Tavassoli AR, Taheri M, Bagheri Z, Ghalandari R, Bonyadi S, Shafie M, Haghani M (2011), Iran J Radiat Res 9 (1): 9 - 14
Exposure: 900 MHz - 1.8 GHz, mobile communication system, mobile phone, GSM, microwaves, PW (pulsed wave), co-exposure
DETAILS * Effect of chronic exposure to a GSM-like signal (mobile phone) on survival of female Sprague-Dawley rats: Modulatory effects by month of birth and possibly stage of the solar cycle. med./biol.
Bartsch H, Küpper H, Scheurlen U, Deerberg F, Seebald E, Dietz K, Mecke D, Probst H, Stehle T, Bartsch C (2010), Neuro Endocrinol Lett 31 (4): 457 - 473
Aim: To study the effect of chronic exposure to a low intensity GSM-like signal on health and survival of unrestrained female rats kept under identical conditions.
Endpoints: health and survival (mortality)
System: animal (species/strain): rat/Sprague-Dawley
Exposure: 900 MHz, mobile communication system, mobile phone, GSM
* Effects of exposing chicken eggs to a cell phone in "call" position over the entire incubation period. med./biol.
Batellier F, Couty I, Picard D, Brillard JP (2008), Theriogenology 69 (6): 737 - 745
* Effect of various electric field strengths and current durations on stunning and spinal injuries of Atlantic herring. med./biol.
Nordgreen AH, Slinde E, Moller D, Roth B (2008), J Aquat Anim Health 20 (2): 110 - 115
Exposure: electric field, 50/60 Hz (AC), contact current/electrical stimulation
DETAILS * Extremely Low-Frequency Magnetic Field Exposure and Protection Against UV-Induced Death in Chicken Embryos. med./biol.
Mannerling AC, Hansson Mild K, Mattsson MO (2007), Electromagn Biol Med 26 (2): 73 - 81
Aim: The result of a previous study (see publication 12091) that the exposure to 50 Hz magnetic field significantly protects against UV-induced embryo death should be further investigated concerning:
1) magnetic flux density dependency,
2) exposure time and
3) genetic dependency.
Endpoints: effects on embryo/fetus (survival rate)
System: animal (species/strain): chicken embryos/White Leghorn
Exposure: 50 Hz, magnetic field, low frequency field, 50/60 Hz (AC)
* Enhanced mortality of rat pups following inductions of epileptic seizures after perinatal exposures to 5 nT, 7 Hz magnetic fields. med./biol.
St-Pierre LS, Parker GH, Bubenik GA, Persinger MA (2007), Life Sci 81 (21-22): 1496 - 1500
Exposure: 7 Hz, magnetic field
* Reduced litter sizes following 48-h of prenatal exposure to 5 nT to 10 nT,0.5 Hz magnetic fields: implications for sudden infant deaths. med./biol.
Dupont MJ, Parker G, Persinger MA (2005), Int J Neurosci 115 (5): 713 - 715
Exposure: magnetic field, geomagnetic field, low frequency field
DETAILS * Sudden death in epileptic rats exposed to nocturnal magnetic fields that simulate the shape and the intensity of sudden changes in geomagnetic activity: an experiment in response to Schnabel, Beblo and May. med./biol.
Persinger MA, McKay BE, O'Donovan CA, Koren SA (2005), Int J Biometeorol 49 (4): 256 - 261
Aim: To test the hypothesis that sudden unexplained death in some epileptic patients is related to geomagnetic field activity the authors exposed rats in which limbic epilepsy had been induced to experimentally produced magnetic fields designed to simulate sudden storm commencements (SSCs).
System: animal (species/strain): rat/Wistar albino
Exposure: 7 Hz, magnetic field, geomagnetic field
DETAILS * Sine Wave Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields Protect Chick Embryos Against UV-Induced Death
Björasen AM, Sjödin A, Hansson Mild K, Mattson MO (2004), Electromagn Biol Med 23 (2): 113 - 124
Aim: 1) To study if reported protection by a 60 Hz magnetic field on UV-induced death in 96 h-old chick embryos (see previous studies publication 2843 and publication 2882) are reproducible.
2) To test possible frequency dependence as well as effects of various flux densities and of different polarizations of the applied fields.
System: animal (species/strain), intact cell/cell culture (in vitro): chicken embryos/White Leghorn; K562 cells (human erythroleukemic cell line)
Exposure: 50 Hz - 60 Hz, magnetic field, low frequency field, 50/60 Hz (AC)
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