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ID Number 2053
Study Type In Vivo
Model 900, 1800 MHz (CW) exposure to rats and analysis of bone mineralization density
Details

Sprague Dawley rats (n = 48) were exposed to 900 or 1800 MHz (CW) for 30 minutes/day, for 28 days. The authors report exposures decreased bone breaking force, bending strength, and total fracture energy but the effect was partially reversed by co-administration of the anti-oxidant CAPE (caffeic acid phenethyl ester, found in honeybee wax and claimed as an anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogen, anti-viral, and immunomodulatory agent and a common folk medicine ingredient in the Middle East).

Findings Effects
Status Completed With Publication
Principal Investigator Mehmet Akif Ersoy University, Burdur, Turkey - ekrcicek@yahoo.com
Funding Agency Private/Instit.
Country TURKEY
References
  • Cicek, E et al. Biomed Environ Sci, (2009) 22:157-160
  • Yildiz, VMM et al. Arch Med Res, (2006) 37:818-821
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