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The Cytogenetic Effects Evaluation of Non-thermal Radiofrequency Radiation from Cellular Phones on Rat Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes

@inproceedings{Salem2017TheCE,
  title={The Cytogenetic Effects Evaluation of Non-thermal Radiofrequency Radiation from Cellular Phones on Rat Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes},
  author={El idrissi Sidi Brahim Salem and Elarbi Boussaber and El Goumi Younes and Hayat Talbi and Choukri Abdelmajid and Hillali Abderraouf},
  year={2017}
}
The widespread use of mobile phones over the past decade has raised considerable concern public about possible biological effects of electromagnetic field emitted from cell phones and their consequences on human health. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether chronic whole-body exposure to non-thermal radiofrequency (RF) radiation from cellular phones could induce cytogenetic effects on peripheral blood lymphocytes of rats exposed to radiofrequency radiation. Twelve (23) Wistar rats were… 

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