Impact of dose and duration of GSM exposure on GFAP, myelin basic protein, beta amyloid 1-40 and emotional memory

Abstract : This study aimed to assess if GSM exposure (1.5W/kg-15min, 6W/kg-15 and 45min) was associated with further changes in cerebral function and biomarkers, in addition to glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) increase previously demonstrated in the rat brain. Results showed a partial reproducibility on GFAP levels. Further biological responses were not dependent on SAR or exposure duration. These results strongly support the complexity of electromagnetic fields effect on biological responses and point out the need to assess the parameters of its variability.
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Anne-Sophie Villegier, Marc Bouji, Amélie Barthelemy, Amandine Mouchard, Renaud Puigsegur, et al.. Impact of dose and duration of GSM exposure on GFAP, myelin basic protein, beta amyloid 1-40 and emotional memory. 33. Annual Meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS), Jun 2011, Halifax, Canada. ⟨ineris-00970840⟩

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