Fluorescein-agarose gel as a tissue model to visualize and measure local CAP-induced acidification

Abstract : Cold Atmospheric Plasmas (CAPs) have been shown to lower the pH of the treated target. CAP-induced acidification can have beneficial effects on the treated tissue (e.g. disinfection and healing). Conversely a tissue hyper acidification can lead to permanent damages with dramatic consequences. Before starting in vivo plasma treatments, preliminary tests should be carried in order to tune the acidifying effect induced by CAP exposition. Here we propose a tissue model that can be a useful tool to visualize and measure pH changes induced by plasma treatment.
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Giovanni Busco, Azadeh Valinataj Omran, Loick Ridou, Jean-Michel Pouvesle, Eric Robert, et al.. Fluorescein-agarose gel as a tissue model to visualize and measure local CAP-induced acidification. 24th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry (ISPC24), Jun 2019, Naples, Italy. ⟨hal-02263357⟩

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