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Becker, Micro rna's and sunlight

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by PaulG, Nov 28, 2019.

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    PaulG New Member

    "Abstract: Applications of laser therapy, including low-level laser therapy (LLLT),
    phototherapy and photodynamic therapy (PDT), have been proven to be beneficial and
    relatively less invasive therapeutic modalities for numerous diseases and disease conditions.
    Using specific types of laser irradiation, specific cellular activities can be induced. Because
    multiple cellular signaling cascades are simultaneously activated in cells exposed to lasers,
    understanding the molecular responses within cells will aid in the development of laser
    therapies. In order to understand in detail the molecular mechanisms of LLLT and
    PDT-related responses, it will be useful to characterize the specific expression of miRNAs
    and proteins. Such analyses will provide an important source for new applications of laser
    therapy, as well as for the development of individualized treatments. Although several
    miRNAs should be up- or down-regulated upon stimulation by LLLT, phototherapy and
    PDT, very few published studies address the effect of laser therapy on miRNA expression.
    In this review, we focus on LLLT, phototherapy and PDT as representative laser therapies
    and discuss the effects of these therapies on miRNA expression."
     

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