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Cold Atmospheric Plasma Promotes the Immunoreactivity of Granulocytes In Vitro

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Arndt, Stephanie ; Kupke, Laura S. ; Lenzer, Simon ; Metz, Sophia ; Unger, Petra ; Zimmermann, Julia L. ; Bosserhoff, Anja-Katrin ; Gruber, Michael ; Karrer, Sigrid
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 19 Aug 2021 09:13


Cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) reduces bacteria and interacts with tissues and cells, thus improving wound healing. The CAP-related induction of neutrophils was recently described in stained sections of wound tissue in mice. Consequently, this study aimed to examine the functionality of human polymorphonuclear cells (PMN)/granulocytes through either a plasma-treated solution (PTS) or the direct ...


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