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23 September 1996 Light-cell interaction: quasi-hormone model and time theory
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In this paper, we put forward the quasi-hormone model on laser biostimulation (QHML) and the quasi-peptide-hormone model on laser biostimulation (QPHML). QHML supposes the chromophore absorption in a cell allows the photon of low- energy laser irradiation to act as a carrier of bio- information as a hormone does. QPHML further supposes the chromophore absorption in the cell membrane couples with intracellular messenger through GTP-binding protein and mediates laser biostimulation as following: Hot color laser irradiation activates cAMP phosphodiesterase through Gi protein or activates phosphoinositide phospholipase C through Gq protein: cAMP$ARDN, cGMP $ARUP. COld-color laser irradiation activates adenylate cyclase through Gs protein; cAMP$ARUP, cGMP$ARDN. QPHML is verified by its successful applications at the cellular level, the clinic level, and the epidemiological level. In this paper, we also study light-cell interaction from time viewpoint. We define a time representing a process, and show the time parallel principle representing the time relationship of two weakly coupled processes. We then apply the time parallel principle to studying light-cell interaction mediated by the chromophore in the membrane, respectively, and provide theoretical foundation for QPHML.
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T. Cheng-Yi Liu, Yunqing Gao, and Songhao Liu "Light-cell interaction: quasi-hormone model and time theory", Proc. SPIE 2887, Lasers in Medicine and Dentistry: Diagnostics and Treatment, (23 September 1996);


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