Terahertz Radiation Stimulates Neurite Growth In PC12 Derived Neurons During Development Phase: Preliminary StudyUpgraded to Oral (Bio 1)
Wed, 11 Nov 2020 06:30pm to 06:45pm
Recently, it was demonstrated that THz radiation facilitates elongation of tubulin microtubules and actin microfilaments. The phenomenon could have a dramatic impact on living cells, especially in the phase of cell development when dramatic structural changes in cytoskeleton occur. In this study, the THz/Far-IR Beamline of Australian Synchrotron was used as a broadband source of THz radiation to stimulate perturbation in cytoskeleton structure in neuronal culture. Preliminary results indicate alterations of neurite shape and length in THz exposed cell cultures.
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Authors: ROMANENKO, SERGII; Appadoo, Dominique; Lawler, Nicholas; Hodgetts, Stuart I.; Harvey, Alan R.; Wallace, Vincent P.
Australian Synchrotron (ANSTO), Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology, UNIV OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA