The effect of long-term extremely low-frequency magnetic field on geometric and biomechanical properties of rats' bone.
Published in: Electromagn Biol Med 2010; 29 (1-2): 9-18
Aim of study (acc. to author)
geometric and biomechanical properties of
continuous for 2 h/day for 10 months
magnetic flux density
I = 0.12 A for B = 100 µT
magnetic flux density
I = 0.5 A for B = 500 µT
Investigated organ system:
Main outcome of study (acc. to author)
Study funded by
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