VIOLETA CALOTĂ*, SIMONA DRĂGOIU*, AURELIA MEGHEA**, MARIA GIURGINCĂ**
*Occupational Health Department, Institute of Public Health, 1–3, Dr. Leonte Street, Bucharest, Romania
**Chemical-Physical Department, Faculty of Chemistry, Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
Abstract. One of the possible mechanisms of extremely low frequency magnetic field effects is that magnetic field influences biological systems by increasing free radical life span in organisms. In this paper we intentioned to test this hypothesis. We exposed healthy human serum with and without vitamin A and vitamin E (1 μM, 10 μM, and 100 μM) to different magnetic field inductions. The luminol amplified chemiluminiscence emission show possible window effects for different magnetic field values. Also, the addition of vitamin A or vitamin E cannot restore the control level of chemiluminiscence emission.
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