Characterization of Bacillus subtilis spore inactivation in low‐pressure, low‐temperature gas plasma sterilization processes

@article{Roth2010CharacterizationOB,
  title={Characterization of Bacillus subtilis spore inactivation in low‐pressure, low‐temperature gas plasma sterilization processes},
  author={S. Roth and J. Feichtinger and C. Hertel},
  journal={Journal of Applied Microbiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={108}
}
  • S. Roth, J. Feichtinger, C. Hertel
  • Published 2010
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Applied Microbiology
  • Aims:  To identify structural components of Bacillus subtilis spores serving as targets for sterilization with microwave induced low‐pressure, low‐temperature nitrogen‐oxygen plasma. 
    93 Citations
    Physiological and transcriptional response of Bacillus cereus treated with low‐temperature nitrogen gas plasma
    • 22
    Response of Deinococcus radiodurans to low‐pressure low‐temperature plasma sterilization processes
    • 14
    Low‐temperature, low‐pressure gas plasma application on Aspergillus brasiliensis, Escherichia coli and pistachios
    • 17
    Bacterial inactivation by high‐voltage atmospheric cold plasma: influence of process parameters and effects on cell leakage and DNA
    • 108

    References

    SHOWING 1-10 OF 48 REFERENCES
    A parametric study of the destruction efficiency of Bacillus spores in low pressure oxygen‐based plasmas
    • 111
    Sterilization of bacteria, yeast, and bacterial endospores by atmospheric-pressure cold plasma using helium and oxygen.
    • 223
    Low-temperature sterilization using gas plasmas: a review of the experiments and an analysis of the inactivation mechanisms.
    • 793
    • Highly Influential
    Decontamination of surfaces by low pressure plasma discharges
    • 132
    Resistance of Bacillus Endospores to Extreme Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Environments
    • 1,591
    • PDF
    Sterilisation with low-pressure microwave plasmas
    • 80
    Spores Survivability After Exposure to Low-Temperature Plasmas
    • 36
    Atmospheric plasma inactivation of biofilm-forming bacteria for food safety control
    • 223
    • PDF