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Effect of prolonged exposure to a magnetic field on the hematopoietic stem cell



Effect of prolonged exposure to a magnetic field on the hematopoietic stem cell



Physiologia Bohemoslovaca 25(4): 359-364



The effect of prolonged exposure (3, 4 and 5 mo.) to the action of a magnetic field of 180-200 gauss formed by the poles of a rotating permanent magnet on the hematopoietic stem cells of mouse bone marrow donors was studied. The effect of the field was evaluated from the ability of the donors' bone marrow cells to form hematopoietic colonies in the spleen of lethally irradiated mice. The number of stem cells was not reduced by the action of the above magnetic field and that proliferative capacity was likewise unimpaired.

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