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maandag, 30 januari 2012 - Categorie: Onderzoeken
Bron: International Journal of Radiation Biology 2012 Jan 27.
The influence of 1800 MHz GSM-like signals on blood chemistry and oxidative stress in non-pregnant and pregnant rabbits.
Kismali G, Ozgur E, Guler G, Akcay A, Sel T, Seyhan N.
Environmental electromagnetic fields originate from man-made sources, such as mobile phones and base stations, and have led to increasing public concern about their possible adverse health effects. We aimed to investigate the possible effects of Radiofrequency radiation (RFR) generated from these devices on oversensitive animals, such as pregnant rabbits.
Materials and methods:
In the present study, the effects of whole body 1800 MHz Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM)-like RFR exposure for 15 min/day for seven days on blood chemistry and lipid peroxidation levels in both non-pregnant and pregnant New Zealand white rabbits were investigated.
Thirteen-month-old rabbits were studied in the following four groups: non-pregnant control, non-pregnant RFR-exposed, pregnant control and pregnant RFR-exposed.
Lipid peroxidation, namely malondialdehyde (MDA) levels, did not change after RFR exposure. However, blood chemistry parameters, such as cholesterol (CHO), total protein (TP), albumin (ALB), uric acid, creatinin and creatine kinase (CK) and creatine kinase-myocardial band isoenzyme (CK-MB) changed due to both pregnancy and RFR exposure.
Our investigations have been shown that, no indication for oxidative stress was detected in blood of pregnat rabbits upon RF exposure at specific conditions employed in the present study. Minor changes in some blood chemistry parameters were detected but CK-MB and CK increasements were found remarkable. Studies on RFR exposure during pregnancy will help establish international standards for the protection of pregnant women from environmental RFR.
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