coil of four layers of 250 turns of 1.68 mm copper wire wrapped horizontally around a 70 cm x 40 cm x 43 cm plastic frame; exposure area inside the coil (60 cm x 30 cm x 43 cm); mice were housed in pairs in plexiglas cages (50 cm x 25 cm x 25 cm) on a freestanding wood
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