Low Power Laser Radiation Acts on Mast Cells Degranulation
In a previous work (1) we reported that low power laser irradiation produce vasodilation and that this phenomenon could be associated to its direct or indirect action on mast cells (MC).
KeywordsMast Cell Power Laser Mast Cell Degranulation Mouth Cavity Microscopy Magnification
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