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Six consecutive generations consisted of ten control pairs of adult mice and ten exposed pairs of adult mice in each generation. The examination of the adrenal glands was performed on young mice (35 days old, n=10), adults (6 months old, n=20) and old mice (18 months, n=10). Blood samples were taken from adult male mice (daytime and nighttime) as well as male and female old mice (only daytime) (n=12 in each group).
Harakawa S et al.
Time-dependent changes in the suppressive effect of electric field exposure on immobilization-induced plasma glucocorticoid increase in mice.
Hori T et al.
Configuration-dependent variability of the effect of an electric field on the plasma glucocorticoid level in immobilized mice.
Hori T et al.
Exposure to 50 Hz electric fields reduces stress-induced glucocorticoid levels in BALB/c mice in a kV/m- and duration-dependent manner.
Kitaoka K et al.
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.
Szemerszky R et al.
Stress-related endocrinological and psychopathological effects of short- and long-term 50Hz electromagnetic field exposure in rats.