Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran
Zhang Y et al.
An Investigation Into the Effects of Long-Term 50-Hz Power-Frequency Electromagnetic Field Exposure on Hematogram, Blood Chemistry, Fibrosis, and Oxidant Stress Status in the Liver and the Kidney From Sprague-Dawley Rats.
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Effects of subchronic extremely low-frequency electromagnetic field exposure on biochemical parameters in rats.
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Effects of 100 µT extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields exposure on hematograms and blood chemistry in rats.
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Effect of 50 Hz electric field in diacylglycerol acyltransferase mRNA expression level and plasma concentration of triacylglycerol, free fatty acid, phospholipid and total cholesterol.
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Effects of exposure to constant or pulsed 50 Hz magnetic fields on body weight and blood glucose concentration of BALB/C mice.
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Effects of exposure to a 50 Hz electric field on plasma levels of lactate, glucose, free Fatty acids, triglycerides and creatine phosphokinase activity in hind-limb ischemic rats.
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Effects of alternating magnetic field on the metabolism of the healthy and diabetic organisms.