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Cold Atmospheric Plasma Changes the Amino Acid Composition of Solutions and Influences the Anti-Tumor Effect on Melanoma Cells

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Arndt, Stephanie ; Fadil, Fadi ; Dettmer, Katja ; Unger, Petra ; Boskovic, Marko ; Samol, Claudia ; Bosserhoff, Anja-Katrin ; Zimmermann, Julia L. ; Gruber, Michael ; Gronwald, Wolfram ; Karrer, Sigrid
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Cold Atmospheric Plasma (CAP) is an ionized gas near room temperature. Its anti-tumor effect can be transmitted either by direct treatment or mediated by a plasma-treated solution (PTS), such as treated standard cell culture medium, which contains different amino acids, inorganic salts, vitamins and other substances. Despite extensive research, the active components in PTS and its molecular or ...


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