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The Resource 1st World Congress on Electroporation and Pulsed Electric Fields in Biology, Medicine and Food & Environmental Technologies : Portorož, Slovenia, September 6 –10, 2015, edited by Tomaz Jarm, Peter Kramar, (electronic resource)

1st World Congress on Electroporation and Pulsed Electric Fields in Biology, Medicine and Food & Environmental Technologies : Portorož, Slovenia, September 6 –10, 2015, edited by Tomaz Jarm, Peter Kramar, (electronic resource)

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1st World Congress on Electroporation and Pulsed Electric Fields in Biology, Medicine and Food & Environmental Technologies : Portorož, Slovenia, September 6 –10, 2015
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1st World Congress on Electroporation and Pulsed Electric Fields in Biology, Medicine and Food & Environmental Technologies
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Portorož, Slovenia, September 6 –10, 2015
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edited by Tomaz Jarm, Peter Kramar
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  • eng
Summary
This volume presents the proceedings of the 1st World Congress on Electroporation and Pulsed Electric Fields in Biology, Medicine and Food & Environmental Technologies (WC2015). The congress took place in Portorož, Slovenia, during the week of September 6th to 10th, 2015. The scientific part of the Congress covered different aspects of electroporation and related technologies and included the following main topics: · Application of pulsed electric fields technology in food: challenges and opportunities · Electrical impedance measurement for assessment of electroporation yield · Electrochemistry and electroporation · Electroporation meets electrostimulation · Electrotechnologies for food and biomass treatment · Food and biotechnology applications · In vitro electroporation - basic mechanisms · Interfacial behaviour of lipid-assemblies, membranes and cells in electric fields · Irreversible electroporation in clinical use · Medical applications: electrochemotherapy · Medical applications: gene therapy · Non-electric field-based physical methods inducing cell poration and enhanced molecule transfer · Non-thermal plasmas for food safety, environmental applications and medical treatments · PEF for the food industry: fundamentals and applications · PEF proce ss integration - complex process chains and process combinations in the food industry · Predictable animal models · Pulsed electric fields and electroporation technologies in bioeconomy · Veterinary medical applications
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620
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English
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R856-857
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non fiction
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2015
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World Congress on Electroporation and Pulsed Electric Fields in Biology, Medicine and Food & Environmental Technologies
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  • Jarm, Tomaz.
  • Kramar, Peter.
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IFMBE Proceedings,
Series volume
53
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  • Biomedical engineering
  • Electroporation
  • Cell physiology
  • Food
  • Pharmaceutical technology
  • Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering
  • Electroporation
  • Cell Physiology
  • Food Microbiology
  • Biological and Medical Physics, Biophysics
  • Pharmaceutical Sciences/Technology
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1st World Congress on Electroporation and Pulsed Electric Fields in Biology, Medicine and Food & Environmental Technologies : Portorož, Slovenia, September 6 –10, 2015, edited by Tomaz Jarm, Peter Kramar, (electronic resource)
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online resource
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cr
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text
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txt
Contents
  • Preface; Satellite Events Incorporated in WC2015; Committees; Sponsors; Table of Contents; Invited Plenary Lectures; About the First Industrial Scale PEF - Plants and Heinz Doevenspeck'sRole - A Historical Review; I. INTRODUCTION; II. DOEVENSPECK`S PROJECTSFROM 1958 UNTIL 1983; III. COOPERATION DOEVENSPECK- KRUPP UNTIL 1993; Harnessing the Structure Modifying Potential of Pulsed ElectricFields (PEF) - Food Processing Examples in Product Stabilization,Process Acceleration and Compound Extraction; I. INTRODUCTION; II. CASE STUDY 1: PEFIN HURDLE PRESERVATION
  • III. CASE STUDY 2: PEF IN SPOREINACTIVATIONIV. CASE STUDY 3: PEF IN HYDROLYSISTERMINATION; V. CASE STUDY 4: PEF IN WASTEVALORISATION; VI. CASE STUDY 5: PEFIN MEAT TENDERISATION; VII. CASE STUDY 6: PEF IN MEAT CURING; VIII. CONCLUSIONS; Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Pulsed Electric Fieldsfor Microbial Inactivation; I. INTRODUCTION; II. BASICS PRINCIPLES OF MICROBIALINACTIVATION BY PULSED ELECTRIC FIELDS; III. FACTORS AFFECTING MICROBIALINACTIVATION BY PULSED ELECTRIC FIELDS; IV. FOOD PRESERVATION BY PULSEDELECTRIC FIELDS
  • How Imaging Molecule Uptake into Cells can Reveal the Mechanismsof Membrane ElectropermeabilizationI. INTRODUCTION; II. MECHANISMS OF MEMBRANEELECTROPERMEABILIZATION AND DNA TRANSFER INTO CELLS.; III. LIPID VESICLES AND 3D CELL CULTURESAS OTHER MODELS TO STUDYELECTROPERMEABILIZATION; IV. CONCLUSIONS; Tissue Reactions to Electroporation and Electrochemotherapy: Vascular Effects that have Implications in Tumor Treatment; I. INTRODUCTION; II. VASCULAR EFFECTS OF ELECTROPORATION; III. VASCULAR EFFECTS OF ELECTROCHEMOTHERAPY; IV. CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS AND IMPLICATIONS; V. CONCLUSIONS
  • Nanosecond Pulses and Beyond - Towards Antenna Applications I. INTRODUCTION; II. NANOSECOND PULSED ELECTRIC FIELD EFFECTS; III. FROM NANOSECOND TOPICO SECOND PULSES; IV. PICO SECOND PULSE GENERATORS; V. BIOELECTRIC EFFECTS OF PICO SECOND PULSED ELECTRIC FIELDS (PSPEF); VI. FROM INVASIVE PULSE DELIVERY SYSTEMS TO ANTENNAS ; VII. CONCLUSION; Optimal Irreversible Electroporation Techniques in the Treatment of LocallyAdvanced Liver and Pancreatic Cancer; I. INTRODUCTION; II. LOCAL TISSUE FACTORS THAT AFFECT IRE; III. TECHNIQUE OF PERFORMING IRE IN LIVERFOR TUMORS WITH VASCULAR PROXIMITY
  • IV. CLINICAL RESULTS OF IRREVERSIBLE ELECTROPORATION FOR HEPATIC MALIGNANCIES Electrotransfer of Antiangiogenic shRNA against Endoglinfor Effective Cancer Treatment; I. VASCULAR TARGETED THERAPIES; II. ENDOGLIN; III. SiRNA AGAINST ENDOGLIN; IV. VASCULAR TARGETED EFFECTS OF shRNAAGAINST ENDOGLIN; V. ANTITUMOR AND ANTIMETASTATICEFFECTS OF shRNA AGAINST ENDOGLIN; VI. COMPLIANCE WITH ETHICAL REQUIREMENTS; VII. CONCLUSIONS; Abiotic Gene Transfer - A Rarity or a Ubiquity?; I. INTRODUCTION; II. DO THE THREE BIOTIC HGT MECHANISMSSUFFICE?; III. LABORATORY HGT TECHNIQUES ARE ALLABIOTIC
  • IV. ABIOTIC HGT MECHANISMS IN NATURE?
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Edition
1st ed. 2016.
Extent
1 online resource (445 p.)
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online
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9789812878175
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computer
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c
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10.1007/978-981-287-817-5
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Label
1st World Congress on Electroporation and Pulsed Electric Fields in Biology, Medicine and Food & Environmental Technologies : Portorož, Slovenia, September 6 –10, 2015, edited by Tomaz Jarm, Peter Kramar, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Contents
  • Preface; Satellite Events Incorporated in WC2015; Committees; Sponsors; Table of Contents; Invited Plenary Lectures; About the First Industrial Scale PEF - Plants and Heinz Doevenspeck'sRole - A Historical Review; I. INTRODUCTION; II. DOEVENSPECK`S PROJECTSFROM 1958 UNTIL 1983; III. COOPERATION DOEVENSPECK- KRUPP UNTIL 1993; Harnessing the Structure Modifying Potential of Pulsed ElectricFields (PEF) - Food Processing Examples in Product Stabilization,Process Acceleration and Compound Extraction; I. INTRODUCTION; II. CASE STUDY 1: PEFIN HURDLE PRESERVATION
  • III. CASE STUDY 2: PEF IN SPOREINACTIVATIONIV. CASE STUDY 3: PEF IN HYDROLYSISTERMINATION; V. CASE STUDY 4: PEF IN WASTEVALORISATION; VI. CASE STUDY 5: PEFIN MEAT TENDERISATION; VII. CASE STUDY 6: PEF IN MEAT CURING; VIII. CONCLUSIONS; Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Pulsed Electric Fieldsfor Microbial Inactivation; I. INTRODUCTION; II. BASICS PRINCIPLES OF MICROBIALINACTIVATION BY PULSED ELECTRIC FIELDS; III. FACTORS AFFECTING MICROBIALINACTIVATION BY PULSED ELECTRIC FIELDS; IV. FOOD PRESERVATION BY PULSEDELECTRIC FIELDS
  • How Imaging Molecule Uptake into Cells can Reveal the Mechanismsof Membrane ElectropermeabilizationI. INTRODUCTION; II. MECHANISMS OF MEMBRANEELECTROPERMEABILIZATION AND DNA TRANSFER INTO CELLS.; III. LIPID VESICLES AND 3D CELL CULTURESAS OTHER MODELS TO STUDYELECTROPERMEABILIZATION; IV. CONCLUSIONS; Tissue Reactions to Electroporation and Electrochemotherapy: Vascular Effects that have Implications in Tumor Treatment; I. INTRODUCTION; II. VASCULAR EFFECTS OF ELECTROPORATION; III. VASCULAR EFFECTS OF ELECTROCHEMOTHERAPY; IV. CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS AND IMPLICATIONS; V. CONCLUSIONS
  • Nanosecond Pulses and Beyond - Towards Antenna Applications I. INTRODUCTION; II. NANOSECOND PULSED ELECTRIC FIELD EFFECTS; III. FROM NANOSECOND TOPICO SECOND PULSES; IV. PICO SECOND PULSE GENERATORS; V. BIOELECTRIC EFFECTS OF PICO SECOND PULSED ELECTRIC FIELDS (PSPEF); VI. FROM INVASIVE PULSE DELIVERY SYSTEMS TO ANTENNAS ; VII. CONCLUSION; Optimal Irreversible Electroporation Techniques in the Treatment of LocallyAdvanced Liver and Pancreatic Cancer; I. INTRODUCTION; II. LOCAL TISSUE FACTORS THAT AFFECT IRE; III. TECHNIQUE OF PERFORMING IRE IN LIVERFOR TUMORS WITH VASCULAR PROXIMITY
  • IV. CLINICAL RESULTS OF IRREVERSIBLE ELECTROPORATION FOR HEPATIC MALIGNANCIES Electrotransfer of Antiangiogenic shRNA against Endoglinfor Effective Cancer Treatment; I. VASCULAR TARGETED THERAPIES; II. ENDOGLIN; III. SiRNA AGAINST ENDOGLIN; IV. VASCULAR TARGETED EFFECTS OF shRNAAGAINST ENDOGLIN; V. ANTITUMOR AND ANTIMETASTATICEFFECTS OF shRNA AGAINST ENDOGLIN; VI. COMPLIANCE WITH ETHICAL REQUIREMENTS; VII. CONCLUSIONS; Abiotic Gene Transfer - A Rarity or a Ubiquity?; I. INTRODUCTION; II. DO THE THREE BIOTIC HGT MECHANISMSSUFFICE?; III. LABORATORY HGT TECHNIQUES ARE ALLABIOTIC
  • IV. ABIOTIC HGT MECHANISMS IN NATURE?
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed. 2016.
Extent
1 online resource (445 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789812878175
Media category
computer
Media type code
c
Other control number
10.1007/978-981-287-817-5
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)3710000000467450
  • (EBL)4179300
  • (SSID)ssj0001546625
  • (PQKBManifestationID)16141295
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0001546625
  • (PQKBWorkID)14795883
  • (PQKB)11289309
  • (DE-He213)978-981-287-817-5
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC4179300
  • (EXLCZ)993710000000467450

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