Rabbit erythrocytes were exposed to microwave radiation at 2450 and 3000 MHz in an attempt to duplicate reported changes in the erythrocyte membrane permeability to potassium and changes in osmotic resistance. However, our results show no significant difference between exposed and control erythrocyte suspensions in either potassium efflux or in osmotic resistance.
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Research Article| April 01 1975
Exposure of Rabbit Erythrocytes to Microwave Radiation
Radiat Res (1975) 62 (1): 164–168.
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P. E. Hamrick, J. G. Zinkl; Exposure of Rabbit Erythrocytes to Microwave Radiation. Radiat Res 1 April 1975; 62 (1): 164–168. doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/3574194
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