Figure 1:

Comparison of the number of studies included in the AGNIR report with those that could have been, for ROS, oxidative stress or male fertility.

(A) studies included in the ROS section; (B) studies scattered throughout the report on ROS or oxidative stress (but with no summary or conclusion); (C) studies which could have been included for ROS or oxidative stress; (D) studies included on male fertility in the cellular studies chapter; (E) studies included on male fertility in animal studies; (F) studies included on male fertility in humans (in vivo); (G) studies which could have been included for male fertility. Dark shading indicates evidence of significant increase of ROS or oxidative stress, adverse effect on male fertility or altered male testosterone concentrations in response to a radiofrequency field; light shading indicates no significant increase of ROS or oxidative stress, adverse effect on male fertility or altered male testosterone concentrations. Studies are listed in SI.

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