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2016 | 7 | 2 | 306-315
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The influence of environmental factors on metabolic activity of cancer cells

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The paper presents the results of viability of breast cancer cells under the influence of electromagnetic field. MCF-7 cell line was subjected to an electromagnetic field with a frequency of 5 Hz, 60 Hz and 120 Hz and an MTT assay was performed immediately after the influence of the field and after 24 hours. No statistical difference was demonstrated in cell viability immediately after exposure to EMF, and there are demonstrated differences in the case of field frequencies of 5 Hz and 120 Hz within 24 hours after exposure.
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7
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2
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306-315
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2016
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