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The state of anti-oxidation system in rats under chemically induced cancerogenesis and influence by complexly modulated ultra-low frequency magnetic field (ULF MF)

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Abstract

At present, control of properties of biological membranes as targets of magnetic field applications within a living cell is the subject of considerable discussion in the scientific community. Experimental studies carried out by us demonstrate that ULF MF has an access to the most important mechanisms of tumor growth. The most likely mechanism among them is that responsible for the processes of free-radicals oxidation. Therefore, our research work was aimed at studies of influences of ULF MFon indicators of the anti-oxidation system in blood plasma and blood cells in rats in the chemically induced cancerogenesis. Our experimental studies were performed in 45 outbred albino male rats having a body mass from 160 to 180 g.

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Oleg I. Kit, Alla I. Shikhlyarova, Elena M. Frantsiyants, Natalia D. Cheryarina, Lyudmila D. Tkalya. The state of anti-oxidation system in rats under chemically induced cancerogenesis and influence by complexly modulated ultra-low frequency magnetic field (ULF MF). Cardiometry; Issue 11; November 2017; p.28–34; DOI: 10.12710/cardiometry.2017.11.2834; Available from: http://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no11-november-2017/state-of-anti-oxidation-system

Keywords

Chemically induced cancerogenesis,  ULF MF,  Antioxidation sys­tem in blood
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