the exposure system was made of styrene plastic; five layers of rat cages could be placed in the device (dimensions: 2 m long, 1 m wide, 2 m high) and coils were placed in five layers, respectivley; the laboratory temperature was maintained at 23°C-25°C the humidity was maintained at 45%-55%, the audible noise was controlled at 40 dB and the illumination was controlled at 300 lux
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