Secondary effects:Launch of serious of CA2+ dependent process

  • ž   Synthesis of DNA and RNA: it helps the production of proteins and growth factors in the body [Watman N.P. et al., 1988]:ž   Increase of mitochondria redox potential: It activates the cell metabolism and cell function l[Karu T. 2000, Schaffer M. 1997]

  • Increase of ATP synthesis and accumulation[Karu T. 2000, SchafferM.et al 1997]: ATP is functionally the energy storage molecule for the human body, used in virtually all of the biochemical processes that allow us to function. This includes processes that help our bodies to grow and heal.

  • Release of Nitric Oxide: Nitric oxide is an essential molecule in the body’s cellular communication system, helping transmit signals through the body, which can help improve overall body healing. Nitric oxide is also helpful in dilating blood vessels to improve blood circulation.

  • Release of Reactive Oxygen Species: At low to modest doses, ROS are considered to be essential for regulation of normal physiological functions  such as cell cycle progression and proliferation, differentiation, migration and cell death. ROS also plays an important role in the immune system, maintenance of the redox balance and have been implicated in activation of various cellular signal pathways.[Maureen R.D. 2016]

  • Change of intracellular response to hormones action[Grenner D., 1993]

  • Increase of endo and exocytosis[Adachi Y., et al 1999]

  • Maintenance of CA2+levels[Berridge M.J.et al 2000]