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Nov 11, 2013

征文:Photobiomodulation Special Issue of International Journal of Photoenergy

     国际光能杂志(International Journal of Photoenergy, 目前SCI影响因子2.663,属于工程类三区刊物)光生物调节作用2012专刊(http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijp/si/837683/)已经发表,目前开始2014年征文(http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijp/si/210658/cfp/)。

    光生物调节作用(photobiomodulation, PBM)是一个正在发展的生物医学研究领域。PBM利用低水平/强度/功率的激光或单色光调节生物功能,但没有不可逆的损伤。1960年激光发明以来,PBM广泛用于镇痛、消除炎症、加快伤口愈合和毛发生长、预防细胞死亡和组织损伤、改善血液循环。

    然而,PBM在主流医学领域还颇有争议。尽管有大量的实验室和临床研究,PBM的机理依然不是十分清楚。其中的关键是PBM依赖于实验对象的初始状态。Karu(1998)年指出,低功率激光对功能正常的细胞没有PBM,只有功能失调的细胞可以产生PBM。另外,照射强度和照射时间等照射参数的选择也十分复杂。因为对实验对象的初始状态和光照剂量没有予以足够的重视,很多作者报道了PBM的负面结果,即使是正面结果也包含相互矛盾的数据。因此,PBM还需要深入的研究。

    尽管现状不容乐观,新的令人兴奋的发现正在不断出现。本专刊邀请作者将原创性实验或机理研究及其应用的综述投稿。专刊包括以下内容,但不限于以下内容:

    * 内稳态与光生物调节作用

    * 培养基与细胞光生物调节作用

    * 线粒体与与光生物调节作用

    * 信号转导与光生物调节作用

    * 低强度激光或单色光

    * 中等强度激光或单色光

    * 光生物调节作用治疗

    * 伤口愈合

    * 激光针灸

 

 投稿前请仔细阅读杂志的作者须知(http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijp/guidelines.html),并采用在线投稿(http://mts.hindawi.com/):

    投稿截止日期:2014年2月28日

    第一轮审稿日期:2014年5月23日

    发表日期:2014年7月18日

 

客座主编

    * 刘承宜 广州华南师范大学激光运动医学实验室(liutcy@scnu.edu.cn

客座编辑

    * Quan-Guang Zhang,IMMAG-GeorgiaRegentsUniversity,Augusta,GA30904,USA

   * Lutz Wilden, Privatpraxis für hochdosierte Low-Level-Lasertherapie, BadFüssing,Germany

 

Photobiomodulation Special Issue of International Journal of Photoenergy (2009~2010 SCI IF 1.494) (http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijp/si/pbm/

 

Call for Papers

Photobiomodulation is a developing biomedical practice in which a low-level/intensity/power laser or monochromatic light is utilized to modulate biological functions without irreversible damage. It has been widely used to reduce pain and inflammation, accelerate wound healing and hair growth, prevent cell death and tissue damage, and improve blood circulation since the invention of lasers in the 1960s.

Photobiomodulation remains controversial in mainstream medicine. Despite many laboratory experiments and clinical trials, the cellular and molecular mechanisms of photobiomodulation continue to be elusive. A main reason is that the initial physiological state of the treatment object is critical for the treatment response. For example, as Karu (1998) has pointed out, there are no effects of low-power laser irradiation on the cell whose redox potential is so that the cell normally functions. In addition, recent studies have shown there has been the complexity of choosing from a large number of illumination parameters, such as wavelength and treatment dosage (power density and irradiation time). Many negative reports are confusing because they do not include the dose response or pay attention to the initial state. Even positive results contain conflicting data. Thus, future studies need to be carried out carefully regarding these factors.

In spite of these misleading and confusing publications, new and exciting findings are just beginning. In this special issue, we invite authors to present original research articles, as well as review articles, that study the mechanisms of photobiomodulation and its applications. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

    * Homeostasis and photobiomodulation

    * Mitochondria and photobiomodulation

    * Signal transduction and photobiomodulation

    * Low-intensity laser irradiation or monochromatic light

    * Moderate intensity laser irradiation or monochromatic light

    * Therapeutic photobiomodulation

    * Wound healing

    * Laser acupuncture

 

Before submission authors should carefully read over the journal's Author Guidelines, which are located at http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijp/guidelines/ . Prospective authors should submit an electronic copy of their complete manuscript through the journal Manuscript Tracking System at http://mts.hindawi.com/  according to the following timetable:

    Manuscript Due      February 28, 2014

    First Round of Reviews  May 23, 2014

    Publication Date     July 18, 2014

 

Lead Guest Editor

   * Timon Cheng-Yi Liu, Laboratory of Laser Sports Medicine, SouthChinaNormalUniversity, Guangzhou510631,China(liutcy@scnu.edu.cn)

Guest Editors

    * Quan-Guang Zhang,IMMAG-GeorgiaRegentsUniversity,Augusta,GA30904,USA

    * Lutz Wilden, Privatpraxis für Hochdosierte Low Level Lasertherapie, Wilden, L. Kuralle 16, 94072 Bad Füssing, Germany

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