DNA damage in mammalian cells by non-thermal atmospheric pressure microsecond pulsed dielectric barrier discharge plasma is not mediated by ozone

@article{Kalghatgi2010DNADI,
  title={DNA damage in mammalian cells by non-thermal atmospheric pressure microsecond pulsed dielectric barrier discharge plasma is not mediated by ozone},
  author={Sameer U. Kalghatgi and Alexander Fridman and Gary Friedman and Crystal M. Kelly and Ekaterina Cerchar and Jane Azizkhan-Clifford},
  journal={2010 Abstracts IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-1}
}
Non-thermal dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) plasma is now being widely developed for various medical applications ranging from wound healing to cancer therapy but the physical and biological mechanisms of interaction of such plasmas with mammalian cells are still not well understood. Non-thermal DBD plasma is known to generate significant amounts of ozone [1] and it is possible that ozone may have a major role to play in mediating the interactions of non-thermal plasma with mammalian cells… CONTINUE READING
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