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Mohamed Adel Fawzy

Department of Medical Research Institute, Alexandria University, Egypt


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    Potential Effect of the Ultraviolet Radiations in the Heart Tissue under Different Doses on Rats Body Exposed
    Author(s): Mohamed Adel Fawzy*

    Background: Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is part of the electromagnetic spectrum longer than x-rays but shorter than that of visible light wavelength between 100 and 400 nm. Objective: This work aimed to investigate the biological effect of UVA on rat heart tissue as blood cell count, heart enzyme, trace elements content and histopathological changes. Materials and Methods: The heart samples were selected from 40 Wister male rats. They were divided into equal four groups (ten for each) as; the control group, which is not exposed to any radiation, while the other three groups were exposed to different UVA-radiation doses for continuous doses (group II (500.00 J/cm2), group III( 793.15 J/cm2) and group IV (1733.18 J/cm2)). The study was examined some trace elements by Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Sp.. Read More»

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