Effects of 50 Hertz electromagnetic fields on proliferation and on chromosomal alterations in human peripheral lymphocytes untreated or pretreated with chemical mutagens.
Published in: Mutation Research - Fundamental and Molecular Mechanism of Mutagenesis 1989; 210 (2): 329-335
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