Low-level laser radiation at 1265 nm triggers cellular effects through mitochondrial damage

ANNA, KHOKHLOVA and CZESLAW, PUCHALSKI and DARIA, LIAMINA and DMITRII, STOLIAROV and ELENA, IUROVA and EUGENIA, POGODINA and EVGENII, BELOBORODOV and IGOR, ZOLOTOVSKII and SVETLANA, VORSINA and WLADIMIR, SIBIRNYJ and YURY, SAENKO (2017) Low-level laser radiation at 1265 nm triggers cellular effects through mitochondrial damage. In: Fifth International Conference on Advances in Bio-Informatics, Bio-Technology and Environmental Engineering - ABBE 2017, 02-03 September, 2017, Zurich, Switzerland.

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The mechanism responsible for the oxidative stress induction due to laser irradiation at 1265 - 1270 nm is still unclear. Thermal effects caused by irradiation are the main factors to be eliminated. In this study, low - level laser radiation (LLLI) has been used at 1265 nm to avoid side effects associated with the thermal denaturation of biomolecules and provide conditions that at least theoretically exclude singlet oxygen generation by direct 3O2 → 1O2 transition. Here, we report on the experimental results highl ighting mitochondrial role in the oxidative stress provoked by LLLI within the wavelength range 1260 - 1275 nm. We study the dynamics of oxidative stress, mitochondrial potential, cardiolipin oxidation, cell death, mitochondrial and nuclear DNA damage in the HCT - 116 cell line exposed to low - level laser irradiation at 1265 nm. We demonstrate that the laser radiation at 1265 nm can induce the oxidative stress and disturb mitochondrial functioning at the energy density as low as 3.15 J/ cm2 and 9.45 J/cm2, respe ctively. Noteworthy, LLLI at 1265 nm damages mitochondrial DNA but does not affect the nuclear DNA. The performed experiments brought us to the conclusion that the laser irradiation at 1265 nm can affect intracellular processes through mitochondrial damage .

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: low-level laser irradiation, infrared lasers, 1265 nm laser, DNA damage, mitochondrial function, oxidative stress.
Depositing User: Mr. John Steve
Date Deposited: 11 Mar 2019 08:32
Last Modified: 11 Mar 2019 08:32
URI: http://publications.theired.org/id/eprint/417

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