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DETAILS * Effects of chronic exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields on energy balance in developing rats. med./biol.
Pelletier A, Delanaud S, Decima P, Thuroczy G, de Seze R, Cerri M, Bach V, Libert JP, Loos N (2013), Environ Sci Pollut Res Int 20 (5): 2735 - 2746
Aim: To study the effects of a chronic radiofrequency electromagnetic field on the main functions of body energy homeostasis (food intake, sleep and thermoregulatory processes). Another aim was to analyze the impact of the vasodilatator Prazosin on the tail temperature.
Endpoints: food intake, sleep and thermoregulatory processes
System: animal (species/strain): rat/Wistar
Exposure: 900 MHz, radio frequency field, CW (continuous wave)
* The effect of different strengths of extremely low-frequency electric fields on antioxidant status, lipid peroxidation, and visual evoked potentials. med./biol.
Akpinar D, Ozturk N, Ozen S, Agar A, Yargicoglu P (2012), Electromagn Biol Med 31 (4): 436 - 448
Exposure: electric field, 50/60 Hz (AC)
* The effects of long-term exposure of magnetic field via 900-MHz GSM radiation on some biochemical parameters and brain histology in rats. med./biol.
Celikozlu SD, Ozyurt MS, Cimbiz A, Yardimoglu MY, Cayci MK, Ozay Y (2012), Electromagn Biol Med 31 (4): 344 - 355
Exposure: mobile communication system, mobile phone, GSM, magnetic field
* Examination of local and systemic in vivo responses to electrical injury using an electrical burn delivery system. med./biol.
Shupp JW, Moffatt LT, Nguyen T, Ramella-Roman JC, Hammamieh R, Miller SA, Leto EJ, Jo DY, Randad PR, Jett M, Jeng JC, Jordan MH (2012), J Burn Care Res 33 (1): 118 - 129
Exposure: electric field, DC, electric injuries
* Evaluation of inflammatory biomarkers associated with oxidative stress and histological assessment of magnetic therapy on experimental myopathy in rats. med./biol.
Vignola MB, Davila S, Cremonezzi D, Simes JC, Palma JA, Campana VR (2012), Electromagn Biol Med 31 (4): 320 - 332
Exposure: magnetic field, 50/60 Hz (AC), electrotherapy
DETAILS * 2.45 GHz (Cw) microwave irradiation alters circadian organization, spatial memory, DNA structure in the brain cells and blood cell counts of male mice, mus musculus. med./biol.
Chaturvedi CM, Singh VP, Singh P, Basu P, Singaravel M, Shukla RK, Dhawan A, Pati AK, Gangwar RK, Singh SP (2011), Progr Electromagn Res B 29: 23 - 42
Aim: To study the effects of 2.45 GHz microwave exposure on various parameters in mice, such as circadian system (locomotor activity pattern), brain function (DNA damage, spatial memory), liver function, haematological and spermatogenic parameters (sperm count,
Endpoints: various parameters of metabolism combining behavioral resonses and effects at the molecular level
System: animal (species/strain): mouse/Parkes
Exposure: 2.45 GHz, radio frequency field, low level microwaves, CW (continuous wave), 2.45 GHz
* Effects of exposure to static magnetic field on motor skills and iron levels in plasma and brain of rats. med./biol.
Elferchichi M, Ammari M, Maaroufi K, Sakly M, Abdelmelek H (2011), Brain Inj 25 (9): 901 - 908
Exposure: static magnetic field
DETAILS * One-year, simultaneous combined exposure of CDMA and WCDMA radiofrequency electromagnetic fields to rats. med./biol.
Jin YB, Lee HJ, Seon Lee J, Pack JK, Kim N, Lee YS (2011), Int J Radiat Biol 87 (4): 416 - 423
Aim: To study whether one-year, long-term, simultaneous exposure to CDMA (849 MHz) and W-CDMA (1.95 GHz) radiofrequencies would induce chronic illness in rats.
Endpoints: chronic illness (body and organ weights, urinalysis, haematological and blood biochemical analysis, histopathological changes)
System: animal (species/strain): rat/Sprague-Dawley
Exposure: 849 MHz - 1.95 GHz, mobile communication system, CDMA, W-CDMA
* Vital signs and cognitive function are not affected by 23-sodium and 17-oxygen magnetic resonance imaging of the human brain at 9.4 T. med./biol.
Atkinson IC, Sonstegaard R, Pliskin NH, Thulborn KR (2010), J Magn Reson Imaging 32 (1): 82 - 87
DETAILS * Confirmation studies of Soviet research on immunological effects of microwaves: Russian immunology results. med./biol.
Grigoriev YG, Grigoriev OA, Ivanov AA, Lyaginskaya AM, Merkulov AV, Shagina NB, Maltsev VN, Leveque P, Ulanova AM, Osipov VA, Shafirkin AV (2010), Bioelectromagnetics 31 (8): 589 - 602
Aim: To confirm previous data on the effects of 2450 MHz microwave exposure on immunological processes and teratology in rats.
Endpoints: effects on embryo/fetus (teratogenic effects); effects on immunological system (immunological processes )
System: animal (species/strain): rat/Wistar WI
Exposure: 2.45 GHz, microwaves, CW (continuous wave), 2.45 GHz
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