The Cytotoxic Effects of Low Intensity Visible and Infrared Light on Human Breast Cancer (MCF7) cells

" ... in this study, we have used a breast cancer cell line (MCF7) for the in vitro evaluation of the effects induced by different light exposures. In particular, we investigated in vitro effects of visible light (466- 950nm) and the specific far infrared light wavelengths, 3500– 6400nm (within the range determined computationally by the RRM), on MCF7 and normal dermal epithelial cells used as a control." {Credits 1}

They irradiate cells with frequency ranges predicted with the Resonant Recognition Model [1] (that basically consists in that since there is an evidence that proteins have certain conducting or semiconducting properties, a charge moving through the protein backbone and passing different energy stages caused by different amino acid side groups can produce sufficient conditions for a specific electromagnetic radiation or absorption, and there is experimental evidence that each function has a specific frequency that is shared both by the protein and its target).

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{Credits 1} 🎪 Peidaee, P., Almansour, N., Shukla, R., & Pirogova, E. (2013). The cytotoxic effects of low intensity visible and infrared light on human breast cancer (MCF7) cells. Computational and structural biotechnology journal, 6(7), e201303015. © 2013 The Author(s). This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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