In the abstract (using automatic translation):
" The use of low-intensity EMR UHF against the background of the development of MS caused an increase in a number of adaptive changes: the level of insulin in the blood increased, the content of total protein in the liver increased, and the severity of fatty degeneration decreased. The ultrastructural reorganization of hepatocytes was manifested in the activation of the protein synthesis apparatus (the phenomenon of hyperplasia of the granular endoplasmic reticulum, as well as ribosomes and polysomes). At the same time, the total area of mitochondria decreased, although their bioenergetic potential increased due to the condensation of the matrix. The revealed adaptive shifts were due to the antioxidant and membrane-stabilizing effects of microwave EMR on general neuroendocrine and local mechanisms."
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