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ID Number 270
Study Type In Vivo
Model 900, 1800 MHz (GSM), 2 GHz (UMTS) exposure to rats and analysis of brain oxidative stress
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Sprague Dawley rats were exposed to 900 MHz (GSM) signals at 1 or 4 W/kg for 2 hr/day, 5 days and dissected brains assayed by the TBA method for malondialdehyde production as a measure of lipid peroxidation. No effects were observed in the hippocampus, cerebellum, or the remaining portions of the rat brain. In a related study, the group exposed Wistar-Han rats (n = 8) with 1800 MHz (GSM) and 2 GHz (UMTS) signals at 2.8 or 2.6 W/kg, respectively, using the above head-first loop exposure system for 2 hrs/day as either a signal exposure or for 5 days/week for 4 weeks. The authors report in young rats the repeated exposure to UMTS signals resulted in a decrease in lipid peroxidation in the hippocampus. No effects were observed with 1800 MHz GSM. No effects were observed from either GSM or UMTS exposure in older rats.

Findings No Effects
Status Completed Without Publication
Principal Investigator University of Bordeaux, France - b.veyret@piom.u-bordeaux.fr
Funding Agency France Telecom/CNET, Bouygues Telecom, France, Nat'l Res Prog, Switzerland (SNSF, NRP57)
Country FRANCE
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