Modification of Polychromatic Linear Polarized Light by Nanophotonic Fullerene and Graphene Filter Creates a New Therapeutic Opportunities

  title={Modification of Polychromatic Linear Polarized Light by Nanophotonic Fullerene and Graphene Filter Creates a New Therapeutic Opportunities},
  author={Sergiy A. Gulyar and Zynaida A. Tamarova},
  journal={Journal of US-China Medical Science},
Application of the linear polarized polychromatic and monochromatic low-intensity light on the locus of pain or acupuncture point effectively reduces pain. The purpose of this article is to describe what changes in the analgesic effectiveness of polarized light modified by fullerene or graphene filter will occur. The essence of such a change consists in optimizing the distribution of quanta in the light flux (hyperpolarization). In the model of inflammatory somatic pain (formalin test on mice… 

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