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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Biological Effects of Long-Term Exposure of Rats to 970-MHz Radiofrequency Radiation.|
|Author||Smialowicz, R. J. ; Weil, C. M. ; Marsh, P. ; Riddle, M. M. ; Rogers, R. R. ;|
|CORP Author||Health Effects Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.|
|Additional Subjects||Radio frequencies ; Radiation effects ; Electromagnetic radiation ; Exposure ; Rats ; Laboratory animals ; Blood serum ; Reprints ; Biological effects|
Rats (N=16) exposed individually in circularly polarized waveguides to 970-MHz electromagnetic radiation (SAR=2.5 mW/g, 22 h daily for 70 consecutive days) had significantly higher serum levels of triglycerides, albumin, and total protein compared with sham-irradiated controls. No difference was observed in the weights, hematologic profile, or in vitro lymphocyte responses to mitogens between these two groups. The higher serum levels of triglycerides in radiofrequency-radiation-exposed rats suggest a nonspecific stress reaction.