Effect of chronic exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields on energy flow and vasomotricity in juvenile rats

Abstract : The maintenance energy balance is relevant for growing organisms since energy is required for optimal functioning of vital functions. We studied the possible effects of chronic exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields emitted by mobile phone base stations on three functions involved in the control of energy balance (sleep, thermoregulation and feeding) in juvenile rats. The results showed no sleep pattern disturbance but the animals were in a state of energy saving.
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Amandine Pelletier, René de Seze, Stéphane Delanaud, Gyorgy Thuroczy, Véronique Bach, et al.. Effect of chronic exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields on energy flow and vasomotricity in juvenile rats. 34. Annual Conference of the Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS), Jun 2012, Brisbane, Australia. ⟨ineris-00970997⟩

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