Bastide M, 1997. Youbicier-Simo B-J, 2001-Université de Montpellier, France
Corticosterone is a adrenal hormone [above the kidney] regulating the immune system. Its production is stimulated by the pituitary gland, the brain, the crossroads of hormonal and immune regulations themselves interdependent.
The present study shows a 50% decrease in the production of corticosterone in the animal exposed to radiation from a computer screen or a cathode-ray tube television.
The presence of the clearing oscillator (CMO) allows to recover a normal rate.