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  1. 58 years ago, my 3 year old younger brother was diagnosed with the
    worse possible case of Autism. So since then, I’ve always been searching
    for information to help cure this dreadful disorder. This is what I found :

    Safe, Specific Infrared Antibacterial & Anti-fungal Therapy
    Capable of destroying bacterial cells such as E. coli as a result of the interaction of a toxic singlet oxygen reaction that is generated by the absorption of laser energy selectively in intracellular bacterial chromophores. These chromophores happen to be specific to wavelengths that approximate 870 nm & 930 nm in the near infrared spectrum. Without the significant heat deposition normally associated in the prior art with continuous wave or pulsed near infrared diode lasers, bacteria can be selectively destroyed while minimizing unwanted hyperthermia of the irradiated tissues and the surrounding region.
    The system, process and product of the present invention are based on a study of facts derived from research conducted with the technology of so-called optical cell trapping and optical tweezers. Optical tweezers are near infrared based optical traps (created for cell biology), which simply use infrared laser beams of very low power to hold and study single cells of various prokaryotic and eukaryotic species while keeping them alive and functional under a microscope. When this procedure is effected with near infrared laser energy, intense heat deposition generally occurs. To accomplish the goal of “holding” a single cell in place without killing it by thermolysis, the laser energy must be reduced to under 100 milliwatts of energy. Thereby, the bacteria may be kept alive for a five minute period or longer. In an elegant study using a tunable Ti:Sapphire laser, (Biophysical Journal, Vol. 77, November 1999) Neuman found that, even with this very low laser output to rule out direct heating (thermolysis) as the source of bacterial death, there are two distinct and only two distinct wavelengths in the near infrared spectrum, which cannot be used successfully for optical traps because of their lethal affect on E-coli bacteria.
    Characterization of Photodamage to Escherichia coli in Optical Traps
    Biophysical Journal, Volume 77, Issue 5, November 1999, Pages 2856-2863
    Keir C. Neuman, Edmund H. Chadd, Grace F. Liou, Keren Bergman, Steven M. Block
    Abstract PDF (275 K)

    Neuman found that the two wavelengths, 870 nm and 930 nm (in contrast to all others in the near infrared spectrum), are not transparent to the bacteria being studied. He postulated that the two wavelengths probably interact with a linear one photon process mediated through absorption of one or more specific intracellular bacterial chromophores or pigments. This one photon process of photodamage (not thermal damage) to the bacteria, he further concluded, implies a critical role for a short acting singlet oxygen species, or a reactive oxygen species as the culprit in the cellular damage pathway. Accordingly, the system, process and product of the present invention are characterized by the following general considerations. The present invention provides a dual wavelength diode laser combination for bacterial destruction with minimal heat deposition in human medicine and dentistry, veterinary medicine, water purification, agriculture, and military scenarios. If used in any medical, biological, military or industrial system, this combination of diode oscillators can be used singly or multiplexed together to effect maximal bacterial death rates in the site being irradiated. By using the bacteria’s own chromophores, the system produces maximum lethal effects on the bacteria with minimal heat deposition. The present invention accomplishes bacterial destruction by optical energy, i.e., photolysis rather than thermolysis.
    http://www.nomirmedical.com/technology/index.htm $150,000
    The 870 & 930nm, under 100 milliwatt system has much better “Kill Rates”
    at lower power and shorter application time than other frequencies.
    Not all infrared are beneficial. Some other infrared frequencies cause biofilms to grow.
    ABE, the Anaerobic Biofilm Eradicator, is a safe deep tissue penetrating
    870nm & 930nm laser diode appliance, that kills all antibiotic resistant bacteria
    within a few seconds, by a singlet oxygen reaction, eliminating the need for
    antibiotics and vaccines. If mass produced, ABE should become a safe common home
    medicine cabinet appliance, like a pulse oximeter or thermometer, selling for ~ $250.

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