243.84 cm (8ft) long Sonotube reinforced cardboard tube with a diameter of 60.96 cm (2 ft), wrapped with 18 gauge insulated copper wire; supported by a 5.08 cm (2inches) high wooden cradle horse; animals placed individually in 30 cm x 22.86 cm x 20.32 cm (12" x 9" X 8") polypropylene cages fitted with 5.08 cm (2 inches) high PVC filters as cover; sham exposure apparatus 7 m apart from the exposure device in the same room
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Exposure of female rats to a 100-microT 50 Hz magnetic field does not induce consistent changes in nocturnal levels of melatonin.
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Study on pineal function and DMBA-induced breast cancer formation in rats during exposure to a 100-mG, 50 Hz magnetic field.