Principles of using Cold Atmospheric Plasma Stimulated Media for Cancer Treatment

@inproceedings{Yan2015PrinciplesOU,
  title={Principles of using Cold Atmospheric Plasma Stimulated Media for Cancer Treatment},
  author={Dayun Yan and Annie Talbot and Niki Nourmohammadi and Xiaoqian Cheng and Jerome Canady and Jonathan Sherman and Michael Keidar},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
To date, the significant anti-cancer capacity of cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) on dozens of cancer cell lines has been demonstrated in vitro and in mice models. Conventionally, CAP was directly applied to irradiate cancer cells or tumor tissue. Over past three years, the CAP irradiated media was also found to kill cancer cells as effectively as the direct CAP treatment. As a novel strategy, using the CAP stimulated (CAPs) media has become a promising anti-cancer tool. In this study, we… CONTINUE READING
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