Wavelength dependence of intracellular nitric oxide levels in hTERT-RPE cells in vitro

" Our data indicates that while NO levels are elevated following single exposures to 447, 532, 635 or 808 nm, the strength of the response is wavelength-dependent, and the response can be modulated by sequential exposures to two different wavelengths. Additionally, this wavelength-dependent rise in NO is independent of the function of nitric oxide synthase, and highly dependent on the source of electrons feeding the electron transport chain of the light-exposed cells."

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