In vitro evaluation of low intensity light radiation on murine melanoma (B16F10) cells

In this study cancer and normal cells were irradiated by low-level light exposures in the wavelength range predicted computationally by the resonant recognition model (RRM), that it can analyze oncogene and protooncogene proteins and determine their corresponding characteristic frequencies.

Results show that far-infrared wavelength irradiation induces a detrimental effect on cellular viability of the melanoma cells, while that of normal cells is not affected statistically, also they show a visible cellular detachment of cancer cells. Other irradiations, at other some selected visible and infrared wavelengths don't cause such effects.

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