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Exemples of Andrei P. Sommer published work

 

Andrei P. Sommer: LLLT related studies:


Nearfield Optical Analysis (NOA) via Hydrophobic Optical Elements & Low Intensity Light Activated Biostimulation (LILAB) Effect of NOA.: 2nd International Conference on NOA & Photobiology, Johnson Space Flight Center, Houston, May 31 - June 1, 2001 (proceedings in process).

How all started - Dr. Endre Mester's pioneering work. 2nd International Conference on NOA & Photobiology, Johnson Space Flight Center, Houston, May 31 - June 1, 2001 (proceedings in process).

Hydrophobic optical elements for near-field optical analysis (NOA) in liquid environment - a preliminary study. Accepted for publication.

1st International Workshop on Nearfield Optical Analysis, Castle Reisensburg, Germany, November 4-7, 2000, (organizer & editor: A. P. Sommer), proceedings published in: JCLMS, 19 (2), 109-112, 2001.

Components for Nearfield Optical Analysis of Biosystems at Nanoscale Resolution. Proc. 1st International Workshop on Nearfield Optical Analysis, Castle Reisensburg, Germany, November 4-7, 2000, JCLMS, 19 (2), 109-112, 2001.

Biostimulatory Windows in Low-Intensity Laser Activation: Lasers, Scanners & NASA's Light-Emitting Diode Array System. JCLMS, 19 (1), 29-33, 2001.

Light Conduction in Dentin, 9th International DGL Congress: Laser - "No other alternatives", Frankfurt/Main, February 25-27, 2000.

Reducing the Polymerisation Shrinkage of Dental Composites by Selective Photo-Curing. Deutsche Zahnärztliche Zeitschrift, 11, 729-731, 1999.

Light-Induced Control of Polymerisation Shrinkage of Dental Composites by Generating Temporary Hardness Gradients. Biomed. Tech., 44 (10), 290-293, 1999.

Determination of the Energy Density of a Periodical Homogenous Laser Light Pattern Used in Medical Applications. Biomed. Tech., 40 (5), 133 - 136, 1995.

The Low Intensity Laser Activated Biostimulation (LILAB) System. Laser Therapy, 6 (1), 1994.

Evaluation of the Energy Density Distribution in Laser Light Fields generated with the LILAB System. Biomed. Tech., 38 (10), 240 - 242, 1993.

LILAB-A new System for Low Intensity Laser Activated Biostimulation. Biomed. Tech., 38 (7-8), 168 -171, 1993.

The LILAB System, German Patent Office, Patent Nr. 4308474 (1993/2000).


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