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HEnEHuman Endocervical Epithelial Cells (culture)
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Effect of low-power helium-neon laser irradiation on 13-week immobilized articular cartilage of rabbits.
11] (the CIPM specified uncertainty for the visible wavelength of the iodine-stabilized helium-neon laser today) (4).
net new directory hosted by Industrial Leaders provides access to hundreds of laser manufacturers specializing in helium-neon, carbon monoxide, excimer, argon, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, xenon and krypton lasers," said Robertson.
showed the positive effect of helium-neon (He-Ne) laser treatment on cytokine production in cultured keratinocytes [21].
Back then, gas lasers were the norm, and helium-neon lasers with a familiar red beam were common.
The disk -- a thin layer of indium gallium arsenide sandwiched between layers of indium gallium arsenide phosphide -- absorbs light from a helium-neon laser to generate coherent infrared radiation at wavelengths ranging from 1.
Metrologic, a pioneer in the development of helium-neon lasers, optics and electronic instruments for education, was founded in 1968 by C.
Laser diodes offer several advantageous features over the conventional laser systems such as ruby, helium-neon, and gas types.
Researchers using sensitive helium-neon laser Doppler devices capable of "hearing" blood flow beneath the skin are finding evidence, supported by microscopic studies, that tretinoin stimulates new growth of tiny blood vessels, which in turn may nurture the regeneration of damaged skin cells.
The Company has been at the forefront of developments involving the use of CO2 in equipment for laser marking, YAG lasers, ultraviolet solid-state lasers, Helium-Neon lasers and Helium-Cadmium lasers.
Neon is extracted as Helium-Neon mixture, which is further purified to recover Neon gas.
The patent, which runs until 2004, allows Gould to collect royalties on all helium-neon and carbon dioxide lasers now manufactured, a market worth hundreds of millions of dollars annually (SN: 2/22/86, p.