Effect of low-intensity laser radiation on cells


Low-intensity (0.89 μ) laser irradiation of mast cells in rat mesentery in various combinations of power and exposure modifies their functional activity. Enhanced degranulation was observed at 18–25 mW beam power and 15–30 sec exposure. The modes of radiation that did not promote degranulation, changed the form of the cells, which indicates a membranotropic… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02433188

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