Effects of MLS Laser Therapy on Myoblast Cell Line C2C12

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Effects of MLS Laser Therapy on Myoblast Cell Line C2C12

This study analyzes the effects of the Multiwave Locked System (MLS) on myoblasts in order to evaluate the effectiveness of this laser in promoting recovery of damaged muscle tissue.

Findings demonstrate that MLS treatment induces in muscle cells a biological response that could favor muscle cell differentiation and the recovery of diseased muscle tissue.

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