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Zhang Y.,The PLA Second Artillery General Hospital | Li H.,The PLA Second Artillery General Hospital | Li S.,The PLA Second Artillery General Hospital | Su Z.,Beijing Institute of Radiation Medicine | And 2 more authors.
Qiangjiguang Yu Lizishu/High Power Laser and Particle Beams | Year: 2011

Male Babl/c mouses were exposed to 0.625 mW/cm 2 and 1.25 mW/cm 2 2856 MHz microwaves for 30 min×2 times. Venous blood samples were collected at 1 h, 1 d, 3 d, 7 d, 15 d and 30 d after exposure and differential counting of blood cells were performed. Immediate increases in white blood cell count and percentage, neutrophilic granulocyte count and percentage were observed after exposure to 0.625 mW/cm 2 and 1.25 mW/cm 2 microwave irradiations. On days 3, 7 and 15, they elevated more significantly than control group (p≤0.01). Lymphocyte count and percentage decreased after exposure to both irradiations. On days 3, 7 and 15, they reduced more significantly than control group (p≤0.01). Both 0.625 mW/cm 2 and 1.25 mW/cm 2 dose exposures have little effect on, platelets and erythrocytes. Low dose electromagnetic radiations could increase the white blood cell count and the neutrophilic granulocyte count, while reduce the lymphocyte count in the body. Source

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