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|Title: ||Protein destruction by atmospheric pressure glow discharges|
|Authors: ||Deng, X.T.|
Kong, Michael G.
Biomolecular effects of radiation
Scanning electron microscopy
X-ray chemical analysis
|Issue Date: ||2007|
|Publisher: ||© American Institute of Physics|
|Citation: ||DENG, X.T. ... et al, 2007. Protein destruction by atmospheric pressure glow discharges. Applied Physics Letters, 90 (1), article 013903, pp.1-3.|
|Abstract: ||It is well established that atmospheric pressure glow discharges are capable of bacterial inactivation. Much less known is their ability to destruct infectious proteins, even though surgical instruments are often contaminated by both bacteria and proteinaceous matters. In this letter, the authors present a study of protein destruction using a low-temperature atmospheric dielectric-barrier discharge jet. Clear evidences of protein removal are presented with data of several complimentary experiments using scanning electron microscopy, electron dispersive x-ray analysis, electrophoresis, laser-induced fluorescence microscopy, and protein reduction kinetics. Considerable degradation is observed of protein fragments that remain on their substrate surface after plasma treatment.|
|Description: ||Copyright 2007 American Institute of Physics. This article may be downloaded for personal use only. Any other use requires prior permission of the authors and the American Institute of Physics. This article appeared in the journal, Applied Physics Letters, and may be found at: http://link.aip.org/link/?APPLAB/90/013903/1|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles (Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering)|
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