G. D. Antimonii

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The effect of an electromagnetic field (EMF) with different frequencies of modulation (2, 7, and 50 Hz) on the self-stimulation response was studied in rats. Exposure to an EMF of 2 Hz caused a primary increase in frequency of the self-stimulation response, followed by depression. Exposure to an EMF of 7 Hz initially did not change the intensity of(More)
The dynamics of behavioral and electroencephalographic changes in rats were studied during prolonged exposure to a modulated electromagnetic field (frequency 40 MHz, frequency of modulation 50 Hz, intensity 100–120 V/m). Exposure to a modulated electromagnetic field was found to cause the appearance of phasic disturbances in conditioned food and defensive(More)
The effect of electromagnetic field with various modulation frequencies (2, 7, and 50 hertz) on the reaction of selfstimulation was studied in rats. The frequency of 2 hertz proved to cause a primary increase in the incidence of the selstimulation reaction, followed by its depression; the frequency 7 hertz at first failed to alter the selfstimulation(More)
The effect of a modulated electromagnetic field (MEMF) on experimentally evoked epileptiform activity of brain structures was studied in rats. Exposure to an MEMF with modulation frequencies of 2–30 Hz was shown to induce depression of paroxysmal brain electrical activity in 41% of experiments. Marked weakening of epileptiform activity was observed in 23%(More)
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