MnSOD expression inhibited by electromagnetic pulse radiation in the rat testis.
Published in: Electromagn Biol Med 2011; 30 (4): 205-218
Aim of study (acc. to author)
0 Hz–1 GHz
3 x 10
or 4 x 10
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were divided into the following four groups: i)
0 Hz–1 GHz
3 x 10
5 or 4 x 10 5 pulses
pulse width: 2.5 - 2.8 ns
Distance between exposed object and exposure source
500 cm long conical
GTEM cell; rat placed in a 20 cm long polyethylene exposure holder with a diameter of 6.4 cm; holder positioned in the GTEM cell parallel with the magnetic vector at 225 cm from the EMF source
A sham exposure was conducted.
average over mass
electric field strength
at 225 cm from the source
Lu ST et al.
Ultrawide-band electromagnetic pulses induced hypotension in rats. Dublette mit anderer PubMed-ID.
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Investigated organ system:
Time of investigation:
Main outcome of study (acc. to author)
Study funded by
National Natural Science Foundation (NSFC), China
China's International Science and Technology (S&T) Cooperation Project
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