25 November 1996 Biological effects of noncoherent and nonpolarized light of GaAs on human erythrocytes
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We show that low levels of no coherent and no polarized infrared light induce modifications in human blood cells. An infrared GaAs 6 mW power output light emitting diode irradiate healthy erythrocytes for times from 1 to 30 minutes. We found a threshold time form which light induces changes in normal blood cells, changing its morphology and distribution. Irradiated fresh human blood from 82 healthy patients showed modifications independent of patient's age. This phenomenon may be explained by considering the rotational movement of lipids in both surfaces of lipid bilayer, their magnetic field and interaction with iron hemoglobin.
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Esperanza Puron Sopena, Esperanza Puron Sopena, Antonio M. Fontela Lamelas, Antonio M. Fontela Lamelas, Serleides de Roux, Serleides de Roux, Sonnia Maria Lopez Silva, Sonnia Maria Lopez Silva, Elda Palomo, Elda Palomo, Carmen Camber, Carmen Camber, } "Biological effects of noncoherent and nonpolarized light of GaAs on human erythrocytes", Proc. SPIE 2929, Effects of Low-Power Light on Biological Systems II, (25 November 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.259990; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.259990
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