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Photochemical Eflects Upon the Cornea, Skin and Other Tissues PHOTOBIOLOGY OF LOW-POWER LASER EFFECTS

@inproceedings{Karu2003PhotochemicalEU,
  title={Photochemical Eflects Upon the Cornea, Skin and Other Tissues PHOTOBIOLOGY OF LOW-POWER LASER EFFECTS},
  author={T. Karu},
  year={2003}
}
  • T. Karu
  • Published 2003
  • Abstraet-Quantitative studies have been performed to determine the action of low-intensity visible monochromatic light on various cells (E. coli, yeasts, HeLa, Chinese hamster fibroblasts and human lymphocytes); also irradiation conditions (wavelength, dose and intensity) conducive to vital activity stimulation have been examined. Respiratory chain components are discussed as primary photoacceptors. The possible ways for photosignal transduction and amplification are discussed. It is proposed… CONTINUE READING
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