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Biosafety in the Use of Radiation: Biological Effects Comparison Between Laser Radiation, Intense Pulsed Light and Infrared and Ultraviolet Lamps in an Experimental Model in Chicken Embryos

By Rodolfo Esteban Avila, Maria Elena Samar, Gustavo Juri, Juan Carlos Ferrero and Hugo Juri

Submitted: April 18th 2011Reviewed: October 11th 2011Published: March 9th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/33267

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Rodolfo Esteban Avila, Maria Elena Samar, Gustavo Juri, Juan Carlos Ferrero and Hugo Juri (March 9th 2012). Biosafety in the Use of Radiation: Biological Effects Comparison Between Laser Radiation, Intense Pulsed Light and Infrared and Ultraviolet Lamps in an Experimental Model in Chicken Embryos, Current Topics in Ionizing Radiation Research, Mitsuru Nenoi, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/33267. Available from:

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