Effect of Mobile Phones on Trace Elements Content in Rat Teeth.
Published in: Biotechnol Biotechnol Equip 2008; 22 (4): 998-1001
Aim of study (acc. to author)
The authors examined teeth because of their close proximity to a
during a call. 31
were divided into the following three groups: 1)
(n=7) and 3)
(n=10). Subsequent to the
were anesthetized and teeth were removed and examined.
of 2 h for 10 months
(average at the center of cages)
(average in cages at the area of power density:
emitted power of generator (circular space distribution))
extended view →
exposure of 2 h for 10 months
Distance between exposed object and exposure source
rats were placed in a Plexiglas tube carousel with single chambers for each rat
rats were oriented headwards to the antenna of the GSM generator in the middle
A sham exposure was conducted.
average at the center of cages
average in cages at the area of
emitted power of generator (circular space distribution)
reduced view →
Time of investigation:
Main outcome of study (acc. to author)
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