Effects of endogenous photosensitizers on the laser-induced priming of leucocytesстатья

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[1] Effects of endogenous photosensitizers on the laser-induced priming of leucocytes / G. I. Klebanov, I. A. Strashkevich, T. V. Chichuk et al. // Membrane & cell biology. — 1998. — Vol. 12, no. 3. — P. 339–354. The influence of He-Ne (lambda = 632.8 nm) laser irradiation on the functional activity of leucocytes was investigated. The functional activity of leucocytes irradiated in the presence of plasma with phthalocyanine raised. Irradiation of leucocytes without plasma had no influence on the chemiluminescent response of the blood cells. An increase in the concentration of phthalocyanine in plasma first led to an increase and then a decrease in the functional activity of the leucocytes. Similar results were obtained for the case of endogenous porphyrins in plasma. These results make it possible to consider the influence of laser irradiation on the leucocytes' functional activity as the priming. The basic concepts of the free-radical mechanism of laser therapy were formulated.

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