Bioelectromagnetics the term references the interactions of electromagnetic fields with biological systems. Typically biological effects and applications of electromagnetic fields that range in frequency from zero hertz (static fields) to the terahertz undulations of visible light .Biological and physical scientists, physicians and engineers interested in this topic will find an interesting interdisciplinary point.
Electroporation: the action or process of introducing DNA or chromosomes into bacteria or other cells using a pulse of electricity to open the pores in the cell membranes briefly. But this is a simplistic approach, Nowadays there are a huge amount of developing applications based on electroporation and the use of pulsed electric fields of high intensity.
- • Basics, biology of electroporation
- • Basics, modelling of electroporation including MD studies
- • Technology for PEF and large treatment capacities
- • Technology for electric pulses for research and medical applications
- • Medical applications (ECT, IRE, GET)
- • Food industry applications
- • Environmental applications
- • Micro and Nanotechnologies (single cell electroporation, microfluidics …)
- • Plasma (non-thermal)
> This kind of disciplines are not commonly known by the basic bioscientist but could be extremely useful and be Impactful and enriching.
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