Bioelectrochemistry Special Issue on Nanosecond Electropermeabilization
In the late 1990s, Karl Schoenbach and Stephen Beebe showed that biomembranes can be depolarized and porated with pulses as short as 60 ns. Since then, teams around the globe have taken up the challenges of understanding the electrophysical mechanisms operative in cells and membranes in the sub-microsecond regime (since driven down to 2 ns and below), and of developing applications based on this expanding technology. A just-completed special issue of Bioelectrochemistry contains reviews and reports of current research in nanosecond bioelectrics, all available for a limited time as open access to students and researchers in the field. Ends March 17, 2022!
Please take advantage of this temporary offer from the publisher!