The Effect of Extremely High-Frequency Radiation on the Production of Serotonin in a Living Organism
A study of the influence exerted by extremely high frequencies (54 GHz) on conditioning in rats subjected to a current stress in the absence and in the presence of electromagnetic radiation is reported. The biophysical processes underlying the mechanism of this influence are discussed.
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