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cylindrical acrylic cage (diameter: 200 mm; height: 50, 100 or 200 mm depending on group); mice were immobilized within a 50 ml centrifuge tube placed on the lower electrode
two stainless steel electrodes (1,000 x 600 mm) that were placed over and under the cage and 6 polypropylene pillar spacers (height: 50, 100 or 200 mm); the cage had slits (100 x 5 mm) all around at 5 mm intervals to remove smudges; the center of the lower electrode was also covered with a parallel cross-pattern mesh (280 x 280 mm); to generate the electric field, 0.5, 1 or 2 kV (depending on the group or distance of electrodes, respectively) was applied to the upper electrode and the lower electrode was grounded; a separate cage and immobilization tube were used for each animal; the temperature within the cage was constant at 25 ± 3°C during exposure and sham expossure; the humidity was kept between 45% and 55%