Cold atmospheric plasma for SARS-CoV-2 inactivation

Cold atmospheric plasma for SARS-CoV-2 inactivation

Syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infectious virions are viable on various surfaces (e.g., plastic, metals, and cardboard) for several hours. This presents a transmission cycle for human infection that can be broken by developing new inactivation approaches. We...
Application of Non-Thermal Plasma on Biofilm: A Review

Application of Non-Thermal Plasma on Biofilm: A Review

Tripti Thapa Gupta [ORCID] and Halim Ayan   The formation of bacterial biofilm on implanted devices or damaged tissues leads to biomaterial-associated infections often resulting in life-threatening diseases and implant failure. It is a challenging process to eradicate...
Plasma in dentistry

Plasma in dentistry

Seunghee Cha, Young-Seok Park This review describes the contemporary aspects of plasma application in dentistry. Previous studies on plasma applications were classified into two categories, surface treatment and direct applications, and were reviewed, respectively...