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Comparison of polymerization and structural behavior of microtubules in rat brain and sperm affected by the extremely low-frequency electromagnetic field.
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Effects of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields (100 µT) on behaviors in rats.
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Effects of repeated 9 and 30-day exposure to extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields on social recognition behavior and estrogen receptors expression in olfactory bulb of Wistar female rats.
Zhang Y et al.
Short-term effects of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields exposure on Alzheimer's disease in rats.
Li C et al.
The extremely low-frequency magnetic field exposure differently affects the AMPAR and NMDAR subunit expressions in the hippocampus, entorhinal cortex and prefrontal cortex without effects on the rat spatial learning and memory.
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Podda MV et al.
Extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields enhance the survival of newborn neurons in the mouse hippocampus.
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Effects of aluminum and extremely low frequency electromagnetic radiation on oxidative stress and memory in brain of mice.
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The Preventive Effect of Lotus Seedpod Procyanidins on Cognitive Impairment and Oxidative Damage Induced by Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Field Exposure.
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Chronic exposure to an extremely low-frequency magnetic field induces depression-like behavior and corticosterone secretion without enhancement of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis in mice.