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8 November 1996 Laser radiation action on the biomedium as nonadiabatic excitation of macromolecules
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Proceedings Volume 2965, ALT '96 International Symposium on Laser Methods for Biomedical Applications; (1996)
Event: ALT '96 International Symposium: Laser Methods for Biomedical Applications, 1996, Heraklion, Crete, Greece
The extended sphere of the laser successful use at large vagueness of the gear of radiation interaction with biological and biosimilar objects is a main modern paradox in the application of low-intensity coherent radiation in biology and medicine. There are rather regularly, for example, the reasons of immateriality of such parameters as laser radiation coherency degree for biostimulation, but the replacement of semi-conductor lasers by the light diodes isn't observed in medical practice until now. there are also no convincing results on comparative analysis of biostimulated effect under coherent and noncoherent radiation. Action of coherent electromagnetic radiation of the visible and infrared spectral range causes, as appear, the same type structure-optical changes in various objects biological liquids, cells suspensions, model biomolecular solutions, cells of plan, insects and animals. The medicobiologic consequences of laser effect are extremely variable because of the complexity of biological object and sophistication of research techniques and analyses. The energy doze of radiation acting onto a bio-object, as a rule, is extremely small, and hence like the case of extremely high frequency radiation one can to name this action by the 'informative' one, i.e., initiating only biosystem reactions is produced due to its own energy. In connection with the relatively slow biosystem response to the laser radiation action, the nonlocality of this reaction at the local action and large variety of biochemical reactions caused with laser radiation one can assume the existence of uniform physical mechanism realizing the biostimulation effect of laser radiation for various biosystems.
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Igor N. Kompanets, Andrey E. Krasnov, and A. N. Malov "Laser radiation action on the biomedium as nonadiabatic excitation of macromolecules", Proc. SPIE 2965, ALT '96 International Symposium on Laser Methods for Biomedical Applications, (8 November 1996);

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