0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Can frataxin be replaced by a super pulsed near infrared beam scanning within the therapeutic window (650nm-1350nm), energizing the chromophores on the electron chain complex's respiratory enzyme Cytochrome C Oxidase ...?
Perhaps a specific near infrared dye can be introduced?...
If the therapeutic window thru hemoglobin, water and melanin allows 650-1350nm infrared to get thru, then why does this COX (cytochrome C oxidase) wavelength get thru as well to support a device such as the Litecure LCT1000 laser (680nm and 980nm) based on COX wavelengths of 600-900nm? This device supports deep osteoarthritis and works...... (previous response "So those would absorb light at much the same wavelengths as the cytochromes in the cancer cells.So any light that could "energizing the chromophores on the electron chain complex's respiratory enzyme Cytochrome C Oxidase" would be absorbed by healthy cells before it got to the cancer."