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Acidification is an essential process of cold atmospheric plasma and promotes the anti-cancer effect on malignant melanoma cells

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Schneider, Christin ; Gebhardt, Lisa ; Arndt, Stephanie ; Karrer, Sigrid ; ; ;
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 13 Feb 2020 10:22


(1) Background: Cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) is ionized gas near room temperature. The anti-cancer effects of CAP were confirmed for several cancer types and were attributed to CAP-induced reactive species. However, the mode of action of CAP is still not well understood. (2) Methods: Changes in cytoplasmic Ca2+ level after CAP treatment of malignant melanoma cells were analyzed via the ...


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