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There are 21 studies that match your criteria (3 of which are reviews, comments, or miscellaneous).
Criteria: Study Type=In Vivo,Freq Range=0 - 300 Hz (Static, ELF),Study Subtype=Behavior, Neurochemistry, Neuropathology

View This Study - Citation No: 3984
Title EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS DISRUPT MAGNETIC ALIGNMENT OF RUMINANTS.
Reference Proc Natl Acad Sci., Vol. 106, Pg. 5708 - 5713, 2009
Author(s) Burda H., Begall S., Cerveny J., Neef J., Nemec P.
PubMed UID 19299504
Project ID 1921
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4282 (Non-English Language)
Title STUDY ON EFFECTS OF BIOELECTRIC PARAMETERS OF RATS IN ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION OF HV TRANSMISSION LINE. (Article in Chinese; only abstract in English in database)
Reference Sheng Wu Yi Xue Gong Cheng Xue Za Zhi., Vol. 24, Pg. 157 - 161, 2007
Author(s) Zhang A., Pang X., Yuan P.
PubMed UID 17333913
Project ID 1967
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4485
Title THE EFFECT OF LOW ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD IN THE CEREBELLAR LAYERS OF MICE
Reference J Biol Sci, Vol. 9, Pg. 601 - 606, 2009
Author(s) Rosli Y., Teoh P. J.
PubMed UID
Project ID 2049
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4607
Title SEIZURE ENTRAINMENT WITH POLARIZING LOW-FREQUENCY ELECTRIC FIELDS IN A CHRONIC ANIMAL EPILEPSY MODEL.
Reference J Neural Eng., Vol. 6, Pg. 046009 - (31 pages), 2009
Author(s) Sunderam S., Chernyy N., Peixoto N., Mason J. P., Gluckman B. J., et al. .
PubMed UID 19602730
Project ID 2105
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4643
Title A MAGNETIC FIELD EFFECT ON LEARNING IN MALE GOLDEN HAMSTERS
Reference Behav Processes, Vol. 81, Pg. 133 - 135, 2009
Author(s) Lopuch S.
PubMed UID 19150395
Project ID 2121
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4687
Title STRESS-RELATED ENDOCRINOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF SHORT- AND LONG-TERM 50 Hz ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD EXPOSURE IN RATS.
Reference Brain Res Bull., Vol. 81, Pg. 92 - 99, 2010
Author(s) Szemerszky R., Zelena D., Barna I., Bardos G.
PubMed UID 19883742
Project ID 2140
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4712
Title AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS (ALS) AND EXTREMELY-LOW FREQUENCY (ELF) MAGNETIC FIELDS: A STUDY IN THE SOD-1 TRANSGENIC MOUSE MODEL.
Reference Amyotroph Lateral Scler., Vol. 10, Pg. 370 - 373, 2009
Author(s) de Gannes F. P., Ruffie G., Geffard M., Veyret B., Lagroye I., et al. .
PubMed UID 19922126
Project ID 2147
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4714
Title EFFECT OF WEAK STATIC AND LOW-FREQUENCY ALTERNATING MAGNETIC FIELDS ON THE FISSION AND REGENERATION OF THE PLANARIAN DUGESIA (GIRARDIA) TIGRINA
Reference Bioelectromagnetics , Vol. 29, Pg. 387 - 393, 2009
Author(s) Novikov V. V., Sheiman I. M., Fesenko E. E.
PubMed UID 18288681
Project ID 2148
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4715
Title EFFECT OF WEAK AND ULTRAWEAK STATIC MAGNETIC FIELDS ON THE INTENSITY OF FISSION OF THE PALARIAN DUGESIA TIGRINA. (abstract in English; article in Russian)
Reference Biofizika., Vol. 52, Pg. 912 - 915, 2007
Author(s) Novikov V. V., Sheiman I. M., Fesenko E. E.
PubMed UID 17969927
Project ID 2148
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4716
Title EFFECT OF WEAK AND SUPERWEAK COMBINED PERMANENT AND LOW-FREQUENCY ALTERNATING MAGNETIC FIELDS AND LOW-INTENSITY MILLIMETER WAVES ON REGENERATION OF PLANARIA DUGESIA TIGRINA. (abstract in English; article in Russian)
Reference Biofizika. , Vol. 52, Pg. 372 - 375, 2007
Author(s) Novikov V. V., Sheiman I. M., Kliubin A. V., Fesenko E. E.
PubMed UID 17477069
Project ID 2148
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4717
Title INFLUENCE OF WEAK ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD ON DIFFERENT FORMS OF BEHAVIOR IN GRAIN BEETLE, TENEBRIO MOLITOR. (abstract in English; article in Russian)
Reference Zh Vyssh Nerv Deiat im I P Pavlova., Vol. 59, Pg. 488 - 494, 2009
Author(s) Sheiman I. M., Kreshchenko N. D.
PubMed UID 19795812
Project ID 2148
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4792 (Non-English Language)
Title STUDY ON TESTICLE TISSUE OF RATS IN EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS. (Abstract in English; article in Chinese)
Reference Sheng Wu Yi Xue Gong Cheng Xue Za Zhi, Vol. 26, Pg. 248 - 252, 2009
Author(s) Zhang A., Yuan P., Zhou Y., Deng B., Pang X.
PubMed UID 19499780
Project ID 1967
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4857
Title EFFECT OF SHORT-TERM 50 Hz ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD EXPOSURE ON THE BEHAVIOR OF RATS
Reference Acta Physiol Hung, Vol. 96, Pg. 437 - 448, 2009
Author(s) Balassa T., Szemerszky R., Bardos G.
PubMed UID 19942550
Project ID 2140
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5353
Title Chronic exposure to an extremely low-frequency magnetic field induces depression-like behavior and corticosterone secretion without enhancement of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis in mice.
Reference Bioelectromagnetics. , Vol. 34, Pg. 43 - 51, 2013
Author(s) Kitaoka K., Kitamura M., Aoi S., Shimizu N., Yoshizaki K.
PubMed UID 22753092
Project ID 2328
 
View This Study - Citation No: 5354 (Letter to the Editor)
Title Erratum: Low-frequency magnetic field induces depression-like behavior and corticosterone secretion without enhancement of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal Axis in mice.
Reference Bioelectromagnetics., Vol. 34, Pg. 562 - (1 page), 2013
Author(s) Kitaoka K., Kitamura M., Aoi S., Shimizu N., Yoshizaki K.
PubMed UID
Project ID 2328
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6110
Title Different effects of chronic exposure to ELF magnetic field on spontaneous and amphetamine-induced locomotor and stereotypic activities in rats.
Reference Brain Res Bull., Vol. 67, Pg. 498 - 503, 2005
Author(s) Janac B., Pesic V., Jelenkovic A., Vorobyov V., Prolic Z.
PubMed UID 16216699
Project ID 2510
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6168
Title Dogs are sensitive to small variations of the Earths magnetic field.
Reference Frontiers in Zoology., Vol. 10, Pg. 80 - doi:10.1186/1742-9994-10-80, 2013
Author(s) Hart V., Novakova P., Begall S., Cerveny J., Burda H.
PubMed UID 24370002
Project ID 1921
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6337
Title Effects of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields (100 uT) on behaviors in rats.
Reference Neurotoxicology., Vol. 52, Pg. 104 - 113, 2016
Author(s) Lai J., Zhang Y., Liu X., Zhang J., Wang D. W.
PubMed UID 26593281
Project ID 2575
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6400
Title Acute exposure to a 50 Hz magnetic field impairs consolidation of spatial memory in rats.
Reference Neurobiol Learn Mem., Vol. 88, Pg. 387 - 392, 2007
Author(s) Jadidi M., Firoozabadi S. M., Rashidy-Pour A., Sajadi A. A., Sadeghi H., Taherian A. A.
PubMed UID 17768075
Project ID 2602
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6606
Title Magnetoreception in laboratory mice: sensitivity to extremely low-frequency fields exceeds 33 nT at 30 Hz.
Reference J R Soc Interface., Vol. 10, Pg. 20121046 - , 2013
Author(s) Prato F. S., Desjardins-Holmes D., Keenliside L. D., DeMoor J. M., Robertson J. A., Thomas A. W.
PubMed UID 23365198
Project ID 2666
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6607
Title Shielding, but not zeroing of the ambient magnetic field reduces stress-induced analgesia in mice.
Reference Proc Biol Sci., Vol. 269, Pg. 193 - 201, 2002
Author(s) Choleris E., Del Seppia C., Thomas A. W., Moran G. R., Prato F. S., et al. .
PubMed UID 11798436
Project ID 2666