Low-level laser irradiation (InGaAlP-660 nm) increases fibroblast cell proliferation and reduces cell death in a dose-dependent manner.

@article{Frigo2010LowlevelLI,
  title={Low-level laser irradiation (InGaAlP-660 nm) increases fibroblast cell proliferation and reduces cell death in a dose-dependent manner.},
  author={L. Frigo and Giovani Marino F{\'a}vero and Haroldo J Campos Lima and Durvanei Augusto Maria and Jan Magnus Bjordal and J{\'o}n Joensen and Vegard Vereide Iversen and Rodrigo Labat Marcos and Nivaldo Ant{\^o}nio Parizzoto and Rodrigo Alvaro Brand{\~a}o Lopes-Martins},
  journal={Photomedicine and laser surgery},
  year={2010},
  volume={28 Suppl 1},
  pages={S151-6}
}
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Impaired cell metabolism and increased cell death in fibroblast cells are physiological features of chronic tendinopathy. Although several studies have shown that low-level laser therapy (LLLT) at certain parameters has a biostimulatory effect on fibroblast cells, it remains uncertain if LLLT effects depend on the physiological… CONTINUE READING