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Formation of secondary messengers by blood-formed elements in low-power laser irradiation
Author(s): Gregory E. Brill; Olga V. Proshina; Valentina N. Zhigalina; Lyudmila S. Filimonovskaya; Tatyana P. Romanova; Svetlana G. Petrisheva; Tamara M. Zolotarjova
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Paper Abstract

Irradiation of heparinized rat blood by He-Ne laser light ((lambda) - 632.8 nm, power density - 5 mW/cm2) during 15 or 30 min was performed in vitro experiments. The complex of biochemical parameters of erythrocytes, plasma and cytochemical parameters of polymorphonuclear leucocytes was studied. Laser irradiation was stated to cause different metabolic changes in red blood cells and neutrophils depending on the dose. In both doses of irradiation glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity lowers in erythrocytes, succinate dehydrogenase activity and lysosomal cationic proteins content increase in neutrophils. Stimulation of oxygen active forms production in cellular membranes of blood formed elements results in plasma malonic dialdehyde level increase and in the change of the balance between primary and secondary lipid peroxidation products. Cooperative interaction between different blood cells in the process of realization of system response to laser exposure is supposed to exist.

Paper Details

Date Published: 22 May 1995
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 2391, Laser-Tissue Interaction VI, (22 May 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.209940
Show Author Affiliations
Gregory E. Brill, Saratov State Medical Univ. (Russia)
Olga V. Proshina, Saratov State Medical Univ. (Russia)
Valentina N. Zhigalina, Saratov State Medical Univ. (Russia)
Lyudmila S. Filimonovskaya, Saratov State Medical Univ. (Russia)
Tatyana P. Romanova, Saratov State Medical Univ. (Russia)
Svetlana G. Petrisheva, Saratov State Medical Univ. (Russia)
Tamara M. Zolotarjova, Saratov State Medical Univ. (Russia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2391:
Laser-Tissue Interaction VI
Steven L. Jacques, Editor(s)

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