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Characterization of Low-Temperature Microwave Plasma Treatment with and without UV Light for Disinfection, Tetsuji Shimizu, Tetyana Nosenko, Gregor Eugen Morfill, Takehiko Sato, Hans-Ulrich Schmidt and Takuya Urayama, Plasma Process. Polym. 7, 288-293 (2010).
A first prospective randomized controlled trial to decrease bacterial load using cold atmospheric argon plasma on chronic wounds in patients, G. Isbary, G. E. Morfill, H.-U. Schmidt, M. Georgi, K. Ramrath, J. Heinlin, S. Karrer, M. Landthaler, T. Shimizu, B. Steffes, W. Bunk, R. Monetti, J. L. Zimmermann, R. Pompl and W. Stolz, British J. Dermatol. 163 (1), 78-82 (2010).
Comparative study of DC and nanosecond pulsed atmospheric pressure argon microplasmas, J. L. Walsh, F. Iza and M. G. Kong, Eur. Phys. J. D, 60, 523-530 (2010).
Excitation frequency effects on atmospheric-pressure helium RF microplasmas: plasma density, electron energy and plasma impedance, K. McKay, F. Iza and M. G. Kong, Eur. Phys. J. D, 60, 497-507 (2010).
Main Species and Physicochemical Processes in Cold Atmospheric-pressure He + O2 Plasmas, D. X. Liu, M. Z. Rong, X. H. Wang, F. Iza, M. G. Kong and P. Bruggeman, Plasma Process. Polym. 7, 846-865 (2010).
Non-invasive VHF monitoring of low temperature atmospheric pressure plasma, V. J. Law, S. Daniels, J. L. Walsh, M. G. Kong, L. M. Graham and T. Gans, Plasma Sources Sci. Technol. 19, 034008 (2010).
Global model of low-temperature atmospheric-pressure He + H2O plasmas, D. X. Liu, F. Iza and M. G. Kong, Plasma Sources Sci. Technol. 19, 025018 (2010).
Spatially extended atmospheric plasma arrays, Z. Cao, Q. Y. Nie, D. L. Bayliss, J. L. Walsh, C. S. Ren, D. Z. Wang and M. G. Kong, Plasma Sources Sci. Technol. 19, 025004 (2010).
Optical emission spectroscopy as a diagnostic for plasmas in liquid: opportunities and pitfalls, P. Bruggeman, T. Verreycken, M. Á. González, J. L. Walsh, M. G. Kong, C. Leys and D. C. Schram, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 43 (12), 124005 (2010).
Three distinct modes in a cold atmospheric pressure plasma jet, J. L. Walsh, F. Iza, N. B. Janson, V. J. Law and M. G. Kong, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 43, 075201 (2010).
Electronic quenching of OH(A) by water in atmospheric pressure plasmas and its influence on the gas temperature determination by OH(A-X) emission, P. Bruggeman, F. Iza, P. Guns, D. Lauwers, M. G. Kong, Y. A. Gonzalvo, C. Leys and D. C. Schram, Plasma Sources Sci. Technol. 19, 015016 (2010).
Contrasting characteristics of sub-microsecond pulsed atmospheric air and atmospheric pressure helium-oxygen glow discharges, J. L. Walsh, D. X. Liu, F. Iza, M. Z. Rong and M. G. Kong, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 43, 032001 (2010).
Plasma medicine: possible applications in dermatology, J. Heinlin, G. Morfill, M. Landthaler, W. Stolz, G. Isbary, J. L. Zimmermann, T. Shimizu and S. Karrer, J. Dtsch. Dermatol. Ges. 8 (12), 968-976 (2010).
Second Special Issue on Plasma Medicine, M. Laroussi, A. Fridman, P. Favia and M. Wertheimer, Plasma Process. Polym. 7, 193 (2010).
Destruction of alpha synuclein based amyloid fibrils by a low temperature plasma jet, E. Karakas, A. Munyanyi, L. Greene and M. Laroussi, Appl. Phys. Lett. 97, 143702 (2010).
Gas flow dependence of ground state atomic oxygen in plasma needle discharge at atmospheric pressure, Y. Sakiyama, N. Knake, D. Schröder, J. Winter, Schulz-von der Gathen and D. B. Graves, Appl. Phys. Lett. 97, 151501 (2010).
Finite element analysis of ring-shaped emission profile in plasma bullet, Y. Sakiyama, D. B. Graves, J. Jarrige and M. Laroussi, Appl. Phys. Lett. 96, 041501 (2010).

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