23 September 1996 Effect of helium neon laser irradiation on the bactericidal and digestive function of macrophages
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The effect of He-Ne laser on the intracellular bactericidal and digestive function to C albicans of mice peritoneal M(theta) has been studied with the fluorescence microscope after acridine organge staining. The results indicated that the bactericidal and digestive function of M(theta) in irradiated groups, expressed more active than that in the non-irradiated group, and showed significant difference. The comparison between the different irradiated groups also showed marked difference. Ultrastructure changes of M(theta) were observed under the E/M and the content of a-Acetate Naphthy esterase in lysosome were measured by image analysis, the results demonstrated that M(theta) in the irradiated groups present marked change in ultrastructure and the GN, GA, GA/CA, IOD of esterase increased significantly. The results suggested that the He-Ne laser with appropriate dosage could activate M(theta) , and enhance anti-infection immunity.
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Mingji Ren, Mingji Ren, Weizhong Yuan, Weizhong Yuan, Zheng Hong, Zheng Hong, Xin Lan, Xin Lan, } "Effect of helium neon laser irradiation on the bactericidal and digestive function of macrophages", Proc. SPIE 2887, Lasers in Medicine and Dentistry: Diagnostics and Treatment, (23 September 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.251955; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.251955
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