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Physicochemical Analysis of Argon Plasma-Treated Cell Culture Medium

By Claudia Bergemann, Torsten Gerling, Cornelia Hoppe, Maryna Karmazyna, Maxi Höntsch, Martin Eggert and Barbara Nebe

Submitted: May 5th 2015Reviewed: November 11th 2015Published: April 20th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/61980

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Claudia Bergemann, Torsten Gerling, Cornelia Hoppe, Maryna Karmazyna, Maxi Höntsch, Martin Eggert and Barbara Nebe (April 20th 2016). Physicochemical Analysis of Argon Plasma-Treated Cell Culture Medium, Plasma Science and Technology Tetsu Mieno, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/61980. Available from:

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