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Irreversible electroporation

Author: B Rubinsky
Publisher: Berlin : Springer, ©2010.
Series: Series in biomedical engineering.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This is an introduction to the emerging field of irreversible electroporation in medicine. Certain electrical fields when applied across a cell can have as a sole effect the permeabilization of the cell membrane, presumable through the formation of nanoscale defects in the cell membrane. Sometimes this process leads to cell death, primarily when the electrical fields cause permanent permeabilization of the membrane  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: B Rubinsky
ISBN: 9783642054198 3642054196 364205420X 9783642054204
OCLC Number: 462919195
Description: xiv, 312 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Historical review of irreversible electroporation in medicine / Antoni Ivorra, Boris Rubinsky --
Tissue electroporation as a bioelectric phenomenon : basic concepts / antoni ivorra --
Experimental studies on irreversible electroporation of cells / Avigail Ben-or, Boris Rubinsky --
Mechanism of irreversible electroporation in cells : insight from the models / Wanda Krassowska Neu, John C. Neu --
Thermal aspects of irreversible electroporation / Rafael V. Davalos, Paula A. Garcia, Jon F. Edd --
Experimental studies on non-thermal irreversible electroporation in tissue / Boris Rubinsky --
Finite element modeling on in vivo electroporation / Natasa Pavselj, Damijan Miklavcic --
Optimization and numerical modeling in irreversible electroporation treatment planning / Anze Zupanic, Damijan Miklavcic --
The Place of the electroporation-based antitumor therapies in the electrical armamentarium against cancer / Lluis M. Mir --
Irreversible electroporation: first patient experience focal therapy of prastate cancer / Gary Onik, Boris Rubinsky --
Human experience with irreversible electroporation / Kenneth Thomson --
Irreversible electroporation systems for clinical use / Claudio Bertacchini [and others] --
The Use of irreversible electroporationin flood preservation / Alez Golbery, Judith Fischer, Boris Rubinsky.
Series Title: Series in biomedical engineering.
Responsibility: Boris Rubinsky, ed.

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Written by leading researchers, this book provides a brief introduction to the emerging field of irreversible electroporation in medicine. A brief historical perspective of irreversible  Read more...

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