An Investigation Into the Effects of Long-Term 50-Hz Power-Frequency Electromagnetic Field Exposure on Hematogram, Blood Chemistry, Fibrosis, and Oxidant Stress Status in the Liver and the Kidney From Sprague-Dawley Rats.
Zhang Y, Wang J, Liu X, Ding L, Wu X, He M, Hou H, Ruan G, Lai J, Chen C
Published in: Bioelectromagnetics 2020; 41 (7): 511-525
animals were housed in controlled environmental conditions (23±2°C, 60% ± 5% humidity and 12 h dark/12 h light cycle) in polycarbonate ventilated cages (45 x 20 × 35 cm, L × W × H)
there were five layers in the exposure device (200 × 70 × 200 cm, L × W× H); a plastic rack (exposure area, 140 × 70 × 200 cm, L × W × H) with four floors was placed inside the exposure device; horizontal bronze wires were used to produce a homogeneousverticalmagnetic field; the wires were fixed tightly to the framework to decrease vibration and noise
two exposure systems were constructed, one used for exposure and another used for sham exposure; the two systems were located in separate, nonadjacent rooms, which had the same conditions and contained no other electrical devices (e.g., computers)
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