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Editorial - (2016) Volume 5, Issue 2

Biomedical Study of Cancer Cells DNA Therapy Using Laser Irradiations at Presence of Intelligent Nanoparticles

Heidari A*

Faculty of Chemistry, California South University, USA

Received Date: April 04, 2016; Accepted Date: April 05, 2016; Published Date: April 11, 2016

Citation: Heidari A. Biomedical Study of Cancer Cells DNA Therapy Using Laser Irradiations at Presence of Intelligent Nanoparticles. J Biomedical Sci. 2016, 5:2. doi:10.4172/2254-609X.100023

Copyright: © 2016 Heidari A, This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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Heidari A
Faculty of Chemistry, California South University
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Biomedical Study of Cancer Cells DNA Therapy

DNA of human cancer cells proliferation depends on energy consumption [1-23]. High–level laser irradiations at presence of intelligent nanoparticles increase energy supply to the cells [24-53]. The aim of this editorial is to analyze whether the laser irradiations at presence of intelligent nanoparticles affect the parameters that characterize DNA of human cancer cells proliferation. Also, in the current editorial, laser irradiations at presence of intelligent nanoparticles prevent the proliferation of DNA of human cancer cells and might be a useful and impressive technique to enhance DNA of human healthy cells using Sigma–Aldrich Corporation clinics guidelines and protocols.

Furthermore, human cancer cells therapy is the transplantation, through local delivery or systemic infusion of DNA of human cancer cells to restore the viability or function of deficient tissues. Intelligent nanoparticles are the best choice for cell therapy because of their ability to replicate and their high potential to produce differentiated cells. Most human tissues contain populations of cancer cells. Intelligent nanoparticles are known to produce a variety of stem cell types needed for periodic tissues renewal and tissues’ regeneration after applying laser irradiations. DNA of human cancer cells contains specialized intelligent nanoparticles to maintain as an appropriate protective function. Intelligent nanoparticles are thought to reside at precise locations, termed niches, where they benefit from a unique environment that favors self–renewal through symmetrical or asymmetrical divisions. In recent decade, intelligent nanoparticles have attained a genuine celebrity status. They are considered as the key protective resources for DNA of human cancer cells regeneration and also are proposed as a preferential target of gene therapy.

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