National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), North Carolina, USA
Woodbine L et al.
The rate of X-ray induced DNA double strand break repair in the embryonic mouse brain is unaffected by exposure to 50 Hz magnetic fields.
Korr H et al.
No evidence of persisting unrepaired nuclear DNA single strand breaks in distinct types of cells in the brain, kidney, and liver of adult mice after continuous eight-week 50 Hz magnetic field exposure with flux density of 0.1 mT or 1.0 mT.
Saha S et al.
Increased apoptosis and DNA double-strand breaks in the embryonic mouse brain in response to very low-dose X-rays but not 50 Hz magnetic fields.
Villarini M et al.
Brain hsp70 expression and DNA damage in mice exposed to extremely low frequency magnetic fields: a dose-response study.
Rageh MM et al.
Assessment of genotoxic and cytotoxic hazards in brain and bone marrow cells of newborn rats exposed to extremely low-frequency magnetic field.
Mariucci G et al.
Brain DNA damage and 70-kDa heat shock protein expression in CD1 mice exposed to extremely low frequency magnetic fields.
Okudan N et al.
Effects of long-term 50 Hz magnetic field exposure on the micro nucleated polychromatic erythrocyte and blood lymphocyte frequency and argyrophilic nucleolar organizer regions in lymphocytes of mice.
Focke F et al.
DNA fragmentation in human fibroblasts under extremely low frequency electromagnetic field exposure.