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Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology

Effect of electromagnetic waves on brain tissue in adult female albino rats

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Author Details : Thara Sundar, R. Shruthi

Volume : 4, Issue : 4, Year : 2017

Article Page : 476-478

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70 days old adult Female albino rats weighing about 50-60gms adult Female albino rats were used for this present study. Animals were divided into two groups as control and experimental. Experimental group of rats were subjected to electromagnetic wave signals coming out from cell phone which was placed inside the cage in silent mode. The experiment was carried out for 8 weeks and the rats were subjected to electromagnetic waves by giving continuous call to the mobile phone fixed inside. Brain tissue was removed and subjected to staining with H&E and observed for histological variations. There is no significant variation in body weight, neuronal pattern of pyramidal cells and stellate cells showed few changes in the historical pattern of brain cells.

Cell phones, Electromagnetic waves, Brain tissue-body weight, Albino rats

How to cite : Sundar T, Shruthi R, Effect of electromagnetic waves on brain tissue in adult female albino rats. Indian J Clin Anat Physiol 2017;4(4):476-478

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