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Abstract Title:

Impact of the blood serum from rats exposed to low-level electromagnetic fields on pregnancy, foetus and offspring development of intact female rats].

Abstract Source:

Radiats Biol Radioecol. 2010 Jan-Feb;50(1):28-36. PMID: 20297678

Abstract Author(s):

A M Liaginskaia, Iu G Grigor'ev, V A Osipov, O A Grigor'ev, A V Shafirkin

Article Affiliation:

A M Liaginskaia

Abstract:

This study evaluated possible adverse effects of injection of blood serum from rats exposed to microwaves at a power density of 500 microW/cm2 on pregnancy and foetal and offspring development in intact female rats. The study was performed with 59 pregnant Wistar rats. In utero mortality, embryo and foetal body weights and placenta weight were used for the evaluation of embryo and foetal development. Generally accepted integral and specific parameters were used for the evaluation of postnatal development of offspring during the first 30 days of life. It was shown that intra peritoneal injection of blood serum from IMF exposed rats (chronic 30-day RF exposure at 500 microW/cm2) to intact rats on the 10th day of pregnancy resulted in adverse effects on foetal and offspring development. Total mortality (in utero + postnatal) as well as delay in offspring development was higher in this group.

Study Type : Animal Study

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