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In situ expression of HSPs and 3-Nitrotyrosine in the brains of young rats exposed in utero and during early life to a Wi-Fi signal

Abstract : To investigate the bioeffects of Wi-Fi exposure on the developing nervous systems of rodents, we assessed the in vivo expression level of stress markers: the 3-Nitrotyrosine involved in the action of reactive nitrogen species and two Heat Shock Proteins (Hsp25 and Hsp70), well known to prevent cells from thermal and oxidative stress. The exposure of young rats from day 6 of gestational period to day 35 after birth showed no consistent radical stress measured by immuno-histochemistry suggesting that Wi-Fi exposure had no influence on immature brain integrity
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Saliha Ait Aissa, Murielle Taxile, Bernard Billaudel, Florence Poulletier de Gannes, Annabelle Hurtier, et al.. In situ expression of HSPs and 3-Nitrotyrosine in the brains of young rats exposed in utero and during early life to a Wi-Fi signal. 33rd Annual Meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, Jun 2011, Halifax, Canada. ⟨hal-00605281⟩

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