Yang-Fang Li

Julia L. Zimmermann6
Tetsuji Shimizu6
Sigrid Karrer4
Julia Heinlin3
6Julia L. Zimmermann
6Tetsuji Shimizu
4Sigrid Karrer
3Julia Heinlin
3Gregor E. Morfill
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  • Julia Köritzer, Veronika Boxhammer, Andrea Schäfer, Tetsuji Shimizu, Tobias G. Klämpfl, Yang-Fang Li +5 others
  • 2013
Glioblastoma (GBM) is the most common and aggressive brain tumor in adults. Despite multimodal treatments including surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy the prognosis remains poor and relapse occurs regularly. The alkylating agent temozolomide (TMZ) has been shown to improve the overall survival in patients with malignant gliomas, especially in tumors(More)
  • Stephanie Arndt, Petra Unger, Eva Wacker, Tetsuji Shimizu, Julia Heinlin, Yang-Fang Li +5 others
  • 2013
Cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) has the potential to interact with tissue or cells leading to fast, painless and efficient disinfection and furthermore has positive effects on wound healing and tissue regeneration. For clinical implementation it is necessary to examine how CAP improves wound healing and which molecular changes occur after the CAP treatment.(More)
In the last twenty years new antibacterial agents approved by the U.S. FDA decreased whereas in parallel the resistance situation of multi-resistant bacteria increased. Thus, community and nosocomial acquired infections of resistant bacteria led to a decrease in the efficacy of standard therapy, prolonging treatment time and increasing healthcare costs.(More)
In this study we investigated the sensitivity of Deinococcus radiodurans to contact-free cold atmospheric plasma treatment as part of a project to establish new efficient procedures for disinfection of inanimate surfaces. The Gram-positive D. radiodurans is one of the most resistant microorganisms worldwide. Stationary phases of D. radiodurans were exposed(More)
  • Stephanie Arndt, Michael Landthaler, Julia L. Zimmermann, Petra Unger, Eva Wacker, Tetsuji Shimizu +4 others
  • 2015
Cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) has been gaining increasing interest as a new approach for the treatment of skin diseases or wounds. Although this approach has demonstrated promising antibacterial activity, its exact mechanism of action remains unclear. This study explored in vitro and in vivo whether CAP influences gene expression and molecular mechanisms in(More)
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