Behavioral in-effectiveness of high frequency electromagnetic field in mice
Published in: Physiol Behav 2015; 140: 32-37
Aim of study (acc. to author)
for 1 h for 120 days
made of non-
magnetic materials like stainless steel framework, aluminium sheets and/or foils and opaque polypropylene cages; ventilation was provided over a aluminium sieve window, which was impermeable for areal electromagnetic fields; a small air circulation fan shielded by aluminium filter layers and shielded LED lights were installed
a pair of commercially available
mobile phones without SIM cards, having inbuilt class-I Bluetooth devices operating only in file transfer mode was fixed inside exposure chamber; temperature was 25 ± 1°C during exposure
sham exposure was conducted.
in file transfer
animal mouse/Swiss albino
Time of investigation:
Main outcome of study (acc. to author)
Study funded by
University Grants Commission (UGC), India
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