Plasma and Nanomaterials: Fabrication and Biomedical Applications
AbstractApplication of plasma medicine has been actively explored during last several years. Treating every type of cancer remains a difficult task for medical personnel due to the wide variety of cancer cell selectivity. Research in advanced plasma physics has led to the development of different types of non-thermal plasma devices, such as plasma jets, and dielectric barrier discharges. Non-thermal plasma generates many charged particles and reactive species when brought into contact with biological samples. The main constituents include reactive nitrogen species, reactive oxygen species, and plasma ultra-violets. These species can be applied to synthesize biologically important nanomaterials or can be used with nanomaterials for various kinds of biomedical applications to improve human health. This review reports recent updates on plasma-based synthesis of biologically important nanomaterials and synergy of plasma with nanomaterials for various kind of biological applications. View Full-Text
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Kaushik, N.K.; Kaushik, N.; Linh, N.N.; Ghimire, B.; Pengkit, A.; Sornsakdanuphap, J.; Lee, S.-J.; Choi, E.H. Plasma and Nanomaterials: Fabrication and Biomedical Applications. Nanomaterials 2019, 9, 98.
Kaushik NK, Kaushik N, Linh NN, Ghimire B, Pengkit A, Sornsakdanuphap J, Lee S-J, Choi EH. Plasma and Nanomaterials: Fabrication and Biomedical Applications. Nanomaterials. 2019; 9(1):98.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kaushik, Nagendra K.; Kaushik, Neha; Linh, Nguyen N.; Ghimire, Bhagirath; Pengkit, Anchalee; Sornsakdanuphap, Jirapong; Lee, Su-Jae; Choi, Eun H. 2019. "Plasma and Nanomaterials: Fabrication and Biomedical Applications." Nanomaterials 9, no. 1: 98.
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