Hypoalgesic effect of millimeter waves in mice: dependence on the site of exposure.
Published in: Life Sci 2000; 66 (21): 2101-2111
Aim of study (acc. to author)
a shielded low
carbon steel chamber 0.5 inch thick.
the mouse was
restrained in a plastic restrainer with the murine nose and mid back uncovered for exposure; the tail and paws were placed outside the restrainer. A black MW-absorbing shield was placed between the paw and the restrainer.
sham exposure was conducted.
Rojavin MA et al.
Electromagnetic millimeter waves increase the duration of anaesthesia caused by ketamine and chloral hydrate in mice.
animal mouse/Swiss albino
partial body: nose; glabrous
skin of right paw; hairy skin of the mid back
Investigated organ system:
Main outcome of study (acc. to author)
Study funded by
Richard J. Fox Foundation, USA