A special issue of Journal of Membrane Biology on electroporation (Part I & Part II) has been published

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A special issue of Journal of Membrane Biology on electroporation (Part I & Part II) has been published

By |2018-11-29T02:06:41+01:00October 16th, 2013|

Volume 246, Issue 10, October 2013 is a Special Electroporation-Based Technologies and Treatments Issue – Part I of the Journal of Membrane Biology. It features the following eight articles:

  • Introduction to Third Special Electroporation-Based Technologies and Treatments Issue (Editorial Note)
    Damijan Miklavčič, Lluis M. Mir, P. Thomas Vernier; Pages 723-724
  • Electric Field-Assisted Delivery of Photofrin to Human Breast Carcinoma Cells Joanna Wezgowiec, Maria B. Derylo, Justin Teissie…; Pages 725-735
  • Cell-Specific Targeting Strategies for Electroporation-Mediated Gene Delivery in Cells and Animals
    David A. Dean; Pages 737-744
  • 3D Spheroids’ Sensitivity to Electric Field Pulses Depends on Their Size
    Laure Gibot, Marie-Pierre Rols; Pages 745-750
  • Flow Process for Electroextraction of Total Proteins from Microalgae
    M. Coustets, N. Al-Karablieh, C. Thomsen, J. Teissié; Pages 751-760
  • Microdosimetric Study for Nanosecond Pulsed Electric Fields on a Cell Circuit Model with Nucleus
    Agnese Denzi, Caterina Merla, Paola Camilleri…; Pages 761-767
  • Inactivation of Pseudomonas putida by Pulsed Electric Field Treatment: A Study on the Correlation of Treatment Parameters and Inactivation Efficiency in the Short-Pulse Range
    Wolfgang Frey, Christian Gusbeth, Thomas Schwartz; Pages 769-781
  • In Vitro Targeted Gene Electrotransfer to Endothelial Cells with Plasmid DNA Containing Human Endothelin-1 Promoter
    Natasa Tesic, Maja Cemazar; Pages 783-791

For more information on this issue and access to articles visit the site on Springer.

Special issue, Part II

Volume 246, Issue 11, November 2013 is a Special Electroporation-Based Technologies and Treatments Issue – Part II of the Journal of Membrane Biology. It features the following seven articles:

  • Nanoscale, Electric Field-Driven Water Bridges in Vacuum Gaps and Lipid Bilayers
    Ming-Chak Ho, Zachary A. Levine, P. Thomas Vernier; Pages 793-801
  • Biological Properties of Melanoma and Endothelial Cells after Plasmid AMEP Gene Electrotransfer Depend on Integrin Quantity on Cells
    Masa Bosnjak, Lara Prosen, Tanja Dolinsek, Tanja Blagus…; Pages 803-819
  • Molecular Dynamic Simulation of Transmembrane Pore Growth
    M. Deminsky, A. Eletskii, A. Kniznik, A. Odinokov…; Pages 821-831
  • Planning of Electroporation-Based Treatments Using Web-Based Treatment-Planning Software
    Denis Pavliha, Bor Kos, Marija Marčan, Anže Županič…; Pages 833-842
  • On the Electroporation Thresholds of Lipid Bilayers: Molecular Dynamics Simulation Investigations
    Andraž Polak, Daniel Bonhenry, François Dehez…; Pages 843-850
  • Nanosecond Electric Pulse Effects on Gene Expression
    Louise Chopinet, Tina Batista-Napotnik, Audrey Montigny…; Pages 851-859
  • Comparison of Alkaline Lysis with Electroextraction and Optimization of Electric Pulses to Extract Plasmid DNA from Escherichia coli
    Saša Haberl, Marko Jarc, Aleš Štrancar, Matjaž Peterka…; Pages 861-867

For more information on this issue and access to articles visit the site on Springer.