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Plasma effects on subcellular structures
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10.1063/1.3352316
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(a) Experimental setup of pin type plasma application on a monolayer of cells. Due to the impingement of gas flow, there observed a hydraulic jump in the medium at a distance from the center. (b) Live (green)/dead (red) image of the plasma treated cells; scale . (c) Emission spectrum of the plasma species shows relatively high intensity OH and O I peaks (marked in red).

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Immunofluorescence images of (a) actin and MT, (b) actin and IF in the plasma treated sample. (c) and (d) Magnified images of dead zone show depolymerized MT (c-i) and undisturbed IF (d–i) compared to normal MT (c-ii) and IF (d-ii) observed in live zone. Filamentous actin has disappeared completely in both dead and live zones. Immunofluorescence images of actin and integrin in the (e) plasma treated and (f) gas blown samples. Relative intensity of actin and integrin signals in the (g) plasma treated and (h) gas blown regions marked with white boxes (e) and (f), respectively. Nucleus (blue), actin (red), and MT, IF, and integrin (green). .

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Scitation: Plasma effects on subcellular structures
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/96/10/10.1063/1.3352316
10.1063/1.3352316
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