The mice were split into the following groups (n=20 each): exposure to the magnetic field for 1) 1 month, 2) 6 months, 3) 8 months and 4) a control group (remark EMF-Portal: it is not stated when the control group was investigated). Further remark EMF-Portal: In the discussion, it is stated that 10 mice died after 6 months, although the histological analysis after 8 months was conducted with all rats.
exposure system consisted of two parallel horizontal flat circular coils (0.65 m radius, 0.65 m distance) with a common axis; MF was perpendicular to the N-S staticgeomagnetic field; temperature was 23 ± 2°C and relative humidity was 65%
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