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Antibacterial efficacy of cold atmospheric plasma against Enterococcus faecalis planktonic cultures and biofilms in vitro

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Theinkom, Felix ; Singer, Larissa ; Cieplik, Fabian ; Cantzler, Sylvia ; Weilemann, Hannes ; Cantzler, Maximilian ; Hiller, Karl-Anton ; Maisch, Tim ; Zimmermann, Julia L.
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 10 Jan 2020 10:16


Nosocomial infections have become a serious threat in our times and are getting more difficult to handle due to increasing development of resistances in bacteria. In this light, cold atmospheric plasma (CAP), which is known to effectively inactivate microorganisms, may be a promising alternative for application in the fields of dentistry and dermatology. CAPs are partly ionised gases, which ...


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