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Effects of short and long term electromagnetic fields exposure on the human hippocampus

Deniz Omur Gulsum, Kaplan Suleyman, Selçuk Mustafa Bekir, Terzi Murat, Altun Gamze, Yurt Kıymet Kübra, Aslan Kerim, Davis Devra

Year : 2017| Volume: 5| Issue : 4 | Page no: 191-197

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