Cell Phone Radiation & Blood Part 3

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Gonshar exposed rats to 2.4 GHz, 7 hours/day for 30 days and studied the effect on the levels of alkaline phosphatase and glycogen (two indicators of cellular activity) in the neutrophils (12). Glycogen increased following 3 days’ exposure at both 10 and 50 µW/cm2; after 7 days’ exposure it decreased to the control level. In contrast to this apparent adaptational response, there was a sustained depressing effect on glycogen content at 500 µW/cm2 which was still observed after 30 days’ exposure. At all three intensities, the alkaline phosphatase levels first increased then decreased below the control level within 30 days.


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