Following local microwave exposure (460 MHz, <tex-math>$120\ {\rm mW}/{\rm cm}^{2}$</tex-math>) of rabbits using fluorescent probes and chemiluminescent analysis, conformational rearrangements in nuclear and cytoplasmic membranes and in thymus cell chromatin of the animals as well as changes in the intensity of the lipid free radical peroxidation were seen. The character of the changes observed depended both on the localization of the exposure and on the number of exposures.

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