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5 March 2021 Wavelength dependency of the critical flicker-fusion frequency: therapeutic 40 Hz light source in Alzheimer’s disease
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KEYWORDS
Light emitting diodes

Modulation

Phototherapy

Alzheimer's disease

Light sources

Lamps

Light-emitting diode therapy

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