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Swiss Bio Inov introduces its 4th generation of the ATP38® and is becoming the benchmark in the medical field.

Polychromatic collimated semiconductors (PCSC) emit cold polychromatic lights whose radiation promotes cellular metabolism and produces an ATP (adenosine triphosphate) stimulant effect (the cell’s main energy molecule, which constitutes the structural unit of DNA). At the dermal level, this is shown by an increase in collagen synthesis and elastic fibres. This process stimulates an increase of the cells’ reparative metabolism and improves the condition of every layer
of the skin and also of the bones.

The action of this technology allows penetration into the dermis and the stimulation of cell activity by creating biophotonic modulation.

The PCSCs do not create heat. In fact, these panels emit a combination of wavelengths from 450 to 835 nm depending on the part treated and the indication.

The cells are simultaneously exposed to different wavelengths, intensities and pulsations set according to the type of treatment, which is developed on the basis
of scientifically proven protocols.

Each wavelength has its own specific characteristics in relation to the area and action taken.

ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is synthesized by a protein called cytochrome C oxidase. This protein is composed of Iron and Copper, making it hypersensitive to Photons. As soon as a photon touches it, it triggers the production of ATP, and the cell is regenerated. The mitochondrial cytochrome C oxidase complex acts as a catalyst for the transfer of electrons to molecular oxygen during oxidative phosphorylation..


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Version 1.0.0  Date of update: May 2018
Not commercially available in the USA
Manufactured by: Swiss Bio Inov
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