Kristian Wende

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Different extracts from red clover (Trifolium pratense L.) were tested for their ability to stimulate the activity of osteoblastic osteosarcoma cells (HOS58). As a key marker of osteoblasticity we chose the activity of alkaline phosphatase (ALP). Whereas butanol and methanol extracts had no influence on either ALP or cellular protein production, enzyme(More)
Chemical investigation on leaves of Annona muricata resulted in the isolation of the flavonol triglycoside, quercetin 3-O-α-rhamnosyl-(1″″ → 6″)-β-sophoroside, together with twelve known phenolics. The structures of these compounds were established by 1D- and 2D-nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopic techniques and mass spectrometry data. The in vitro(More)
The efficient enzyme-catalysed reaction of morpholines as model structures for bioactive compounds with para-dihydroxylated aromatic systems was carried out using the oxidoreductase laccase and atmospheric oxygen to produce eight novel morpholine-substituted aromatics. The laccase of Myceliophthora thermophila was used for cross-linking morpholines(More)
Adequate chronic wound healing is a major problem in medicine. A new solution might be non-thermal atmospheric-pressure plasma effectively inactivating microorganisms and influencing cells in wound healing. Plasma components as, for example, radicals can affect cells differently. HaCaT keratinocytes were treated with Dielectric Barrier Discharge plasma(More)
Non-thermal atmospheric-pressure plasmas have been developed that will be used in future for several purposes, e.g. medicine. Living tissues and cells are at the focus of plasma treatment, e.g. to improve wound healing, or induce apoptosis and growth arrest in tumour cells. Detailed investigations of plasma-cell interactions are needed. Cell surface(More)
In the field of wound healing research non-thermal plasma (NTP) increasingly draws attention. Next to its intensely studied antibacterial effects, some studies already showed stimulating effects on eukaryotic cells. This promises a unique potential in healing of chronic wounds, where effective therapies are urgently needed. Immune cells do play an important(More)
Non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma provides a novel therapeutic opportunity to control redox-based processes, e.g. wound healing, cancer, and inflammatory diseases. By spatial and time-resolved delivery of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species, it allows stimulation or inhibition of cellular processes in biological systems. Our data show that both gene(More)
BACKGROUND The use of non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma in dermatology to improve the healing of chronic wounds is a promising application. The antimicrobial properties of physical plasma offer on the one hand the killing of bacteria, which are often a problem in chronic wounds. On the other hand, plasma can activate cells which are involved in the(More)
Modern non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma sources enable controllable interaction with biological systems. Their future applications - e.g. wound management - are based on their unique mixture of reactive components sparking both stimulatory as well as inhibitory processes. To gain detailed understanding of plasma-cell interaction and with respect to(More)
Non-thermal atmospheric-pressure plasmas provide new hope for improvement in chronic wound management because of their potency in killing microorganisms. However, the effectiveness of the procedure has to be verified and negative effects on healthy tissues have to be excluded. In wound healing adhesion molecules play a crucial role for cell migration and(More)