Effects of long-term electromagnetic field exposure on spatial learning and memory in rats


" during the weeks 4–5 of the experiment, the average completion time and error rate of the exposure group were longer and larger than that of control group. during the weeks 1–3 and 6–9, they were close to each other. the hippocampal neurons showed irregular firing patterns and more spikes with shorter interspike interval during the whole experiment period. it indicates that the 916 MHz EMF influence learning and memory in rats to some extent in a period during exposure, and the rats can adapt to long-term EMF exposure."


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