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RECORD NUMBER: 129 OF 172
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Observations of Syrian Hamster Fetuses After Exposure to 2450-MHz Microwaves.|
|Author||Berman, E. ; Carter, H. B. ; House, D. ;|
|CORP Author||Health Effects Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.|
|Additional Subjects||Microwaves ; Radiation effects ; Hamsters ; Fetuses ; Exposure ; Reprints ; Teratogenesis|
The teratogenic potential of microwaves was examined in a rodent species, the Syrian hamster. Exposure of hamsters to 2450-MHz CW microwaves at a power denisty of 20 mW/sq. cm. for 100 minutes daily on days 6-14 of gestation caused no significant change in fetal survival, body weight, skeletal maturity, or incidence of terata. Thirty mW/sq. m. caused significantly increased fetal resorptions, decreased fetal body weight, and decreased skeletal maturity.