Can prenatal exposure to a 900 MHz electromagnetic field affect the morphology of the spleen and thymus, and alter biomarkers of oxidative damage in 21-day-old male rats?

Exposed rats (prenatally): Increased malondialdehyde levels in the thymus tissue. Decreased glutathione levels in the thymus tissue. Increased malondialdehyde and glutathione levels in the splenic tissue. Decreased superoxide dismutase values. Pathological changes in cell morphology in the thymic and splenic tissues.

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