Chronic exposure to an extremely low-frequency magnetic field induces depression-like behavior and corticosterone secretion without enhancement of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis in mice.
Kitaoka K, Kitamura M, Aoi S, Shimizu N, Yoshizaki K
Published in: Bioelectromagnetics 2013; 34 (1): 43-51
33 cm long coil consisting of a primary and a secondary coil with an inner diameter of 34.5 cm and an outer diameter of 37 cm; coil constructed by winding enameled wire with a diameter of 2.12 mm on a plastic cylinder; mice placed in 18.2 cm x 26 cm x 12.8 cm plastic cages covered with vented plates
Kitaoka K et al.
Erratum: Low-frequency magnetic field induces depression-like behavior and corticosterone secretion without enhancement of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal Axis in mice
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