17 controls were formed by working or retired people from different workforce, housewives and students. Individuals of all groups completed a questionnaire including general information about age, gender, medical and occupational records, alcohol intake and smoking habits.
Hosseinabadi MB et al.
Investigating the effects of vitamins E and C on oxidative stress and hematological parameters among power plant workers: A double-blind randomized controlled clinical trial
Touitou Y et al.
Evaluation in humans of ELF-EMF exposure on chromogranin A, a marker of neuroendocrine tumors and stress
Luceri C et al.
Extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields do not affect DNA damage and gene expression profiles of yeast and human lymphocytes
Testa A et al.
Evaluation of genotoxic effect of low level 50 Hz magnetic fields on human blood cells using different cytogenetic assays
Lloyd D et al.
The repair of gamma-ray-induced chromosomal damage in human lymphocytes after exposure to extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields
Stronati L et al.
Absence of genotoxicity in human blood cells exposed to 50 Hz magnetic fields as assessed by comet assay, chromosome aberration, micronucleus, and sister chromatid exchange analyses
Hone P et al.
Possible associations between ELF electromagnetic fields, DNA damage response processes and childhood leukaemia
Skyberg K et al.
Chromosomal aberrations in lymphocytes of employees in transformer and generator production exposed to electromagnetic fields and mineral oil