Subchronic effects on leukocyte-endothelial interactions in mice by whole body exposure to extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields.
Published in: In Vivo 2004; 18 (4): 425-432
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A rack containing 18 cages was placed in the center of the
coil system. The coil system (890 x 890 mm²) consisted of four spaced square coils which were crossed at right angles to each other and were regulated independently.
isolated bio./chem. substance
serum investigation on living
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