A. A. Yashin

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We studied the effect of 37-GHz electromagnetic field on proteolytic activity of pepsin in Wistar rats. The plane of polarization of the electromagnetic fields rotated in either right-handed or left-handed sense (D- and L-chirality). D-Polarization stimulated, while L-polarization suppressed pepsin production.
In experiments on Wistar rats we studied the effect of low-frequency electromagnetic field rotating in either right-handed or a left-handed sense on proteolytic activity of pepsin. The right-handed rotating field increased, while left-handed rotating field decreased pepsin activity. Possible mechanisms of these changes in pepsin activity are discussed.
The effect of high-frequency low-intensity radiation on reproductive function was studied on C57Bl/6 and randombred mice. We revealed a progressive decrease in the number of offspring, prevalence of males over females in all generations, and the appearance of stillbirths. The decrease in the number of offspring was probably related to increased number of(More)
In experiments on Wistar rats we studied the effect of low-frequency electromagnetic field rotating in either right-handed or a left-handed sense on proteolytic activity of pepsin. The right-handed rotating field increased, while left-handed rotating field decreased pepsin activity. Possible mechanisms of these changes in pepsin activity are discussed.
The exposure to low-intensity extremely high frequency electromagnetic radiation during spermatogenesis was accompanied by pathological changes, which resulted in degeneration and polymorphism of spermatozoa. The number of newborn rats increased in the progeny of irradiated animals.
We studied the effect of nonthermal 37-GHz radiation on hemopoiesis in schungite-shielded Wistar rats. Radiation with right-handed or left-handed rotation of the polarization plane of electromagnetic wave was used. Shielding with schungite decreased the severity of damage produced by high-frequency electromagnetic radiation.
Experimental study of changes in the reproductive function in 10 generations descending from C57Bl/6 and random-bred mice exposed to nonionizing radiation showed a trend to deviation of this function from the normal: the number of newborns in the litter of generations 3–5 was below the normal, which starting from generations 5–6 it gradually increased,(More)
Inbred albino mice and C57Bl/6 mice were exposed to nonthermal radiation of 37 GHz frequency in order to detect delayed effects caused by repeated irradiation. The detected pathomorphological changes and the dynamics of their formation suggest that these factors are responsible for delayed formation of immunodeficiency provoking mutagenic and carcinogenic(More)
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