Modulator effects of L-carnitine and selenium on wireless devices (2.45 GHz)-induced oxidative stress and electroencephalography records in brain of rat. by Naziroglu M, Gümral N
published in: Int J Radiat Biol 2009; 85 (8): 680 - 689
|animals were divided into five groups:|
i) cage control
iii) exposure to EMF
iv) exposure to EMF + selenium
v) exposure to EMF + L-carnitine
|exposure source/structure: ||half-wave antenna|
|exposure time pattern:|| continuous for 60 min/day, for 28 days|
|setup details:|| rats kept in 15 cm long cylindrical constrainers with a diameter of 5 cm so that the rats' noses were in close contact with the antenna; exposure system positioned inside a faraday cage|
|sham: ||sham exposure was performed|
|power ||2 W ||max value ||- ||- ||- |
|SAR ||0.1 W/kg ||average over mass ||- ||whole body ||- |
|SAR ||1.73 W/kg ||average over mass ||calculated ||brain ||- |
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