||Lack of Effects from 2000-Hz Magnetic Fields on Mammary Adenocarcinoma and Reproductive Hormones in Rats.
Baumann, S. ;
Cooper, R. ;
Berman, E. ;
House, D. ;
Joines, W. ;
||Health Effects Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC. ;Northrop Services, Inc./Environmental Sciences, Research Triangle Park, NC. ;Duke Univ., Durham, NC.
Sex hormones ;
Electromagnetic fields ;
Experimental mammary neoplasms ;
Dose response relationships
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Female rats were implanted with mammary adenocarcinoma tissue and 25 days later exposed to 2,000-Hz magnetic fields 1 h a day for 9 days. Analysis showed that tumor weights and the levels of several reproductive hormones were not significantly different between treated and control animals. (Copyright (c) Alan R. Liss, Inc.)