Effects of fetal microwave radiation exposure on offspring behavior in mice

" mice showed less movement in the center of an open field and in an open arm which suggested that the mice had increased anxiety-related behavior. Mice demonstrated reduced immobility in suspension test and forced swimming test which suggested that the mice had decreased depression-related behavior, from the Morris water maze test, we observed that male offspring demonstrated decreased learning and memory, while females were not affected in learning and memory, which suggested that microwaves had gender-dependent effects."

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