Laser induced differentiation of human adipose stem cells to functional neuronal cells

" This explorative study using red light (636nm) and Near Infra-Red (NIR, 825 nm) laser at various irradiation exposures." {Credits 1}

" This study compared the biological effects of both red and NIR lasers on freshly isolated human dermal fibroblasts. We were able to identify that NIR is more potent in generating ROS and metabolic activity than the red laser in human primary dermal fibroblasts." {Credits 1}

" Strikingly, there was an increase in the early neuronal marker neuroD at 5 J/cm2 and 15 J/cm2 reflecting the biphasic dose response demonstrated by NIR laser on living systems. However, these differentiated cells failed to express late neuronal markers." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Sajan, G. (2017). Laser-induced differentiation of adipose stem cells to functional neuronal cells (Doctoral Thesis). Johannesburg: University of Johannesburg This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution NonCommertial ShareAlike license.

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