Recommendations and requirements for reporting on electroporation and PEF-based treatments and therapies papers have been published!

/Recommendations and requirements for reporting on electroporation and PEF-based treatments and therapies papers have been published!

Recommendations and requirements for reporting on electroporation and PEF-based treatments and therapies papers have been published!

By |2018-04-25T11:05:27+00:00April 19th, 2018|

As reported in the upcoming May issue of the ISEBTT newsletter, which should be arriving to the subscribers’ mailboxes by the end of this month, all three papers on recommendations and requirements for reporting on electroporation and PEF-based treatments and therapies have now been published in special issues.

These papers are:

  • Basic Research: Čemažar M, Serša G, Frey W, Miklavčič D, Teissié J. Recommendations and requirements for reporting on applications of electric pulse delivery for electroporation of biological samples. Bioelectrochemistry 122, pp. 69-76 (2018). DOI: 10.1016/j.bioelechem.2018.03.005.
  • Biotech Biofood: Raso J, Frey W, Ferrari G, Pataro G, Knorr D, Teissié J, Miklavčič D. Recommendations guidelines on the key information to be reported in studies of application of PEF technology in food and biotechnological processes Innovative Food Science & Emerging Technologies 37 Part C, pp. 312-321 (2016). DOI: 10.1016/j.ifset.2016.08.003.
  • Clinical Applications: Campana LG, Clover AJ, Valpione S, Quaglino P, Gehl J, Kunte C, Snoj M, Čemažar M, Rossi CR, Miklavčič D, Serša G. Recommendations for improving the quality of reporting clinical electrochemotherapy studies based on qualitative systematic review. Radiology & Oncology 50/1, pp. 1-13 (2016). DOI: 10.1515/raon-2016-0006

They are available open access by clicking the links of the respective DOIs above. Since they were published open access they are also available for direct preview/download from this news item (see below).


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Newsletter (May 2018) reporting on these papers
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Keywords: electroporation; recommendations; basic research; clinics; food- and biotech;