the exposure system consisted of two four-coil setups (2 coils with 56 windings, 2 coils with 50 windings), each of which was placed inside a Mu-metal box; two fans were mounted per box to guarantee enough atmospheric exchange within the exposure chambers; both setups (see additional information) were placed inside a commercial incubator to ensure constant environmental conditions (37°C, 5% CO2, 95% humidity); temperature was continuously monitored and maintained at 37-37.5°C during exposure; temperature difference between the chambers did not exceed 0.1°C
National Basic Research Program (Program 973), China
Third Military Medical University, Chongqing, China
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