"Inhibition of Biofilms by Non-Thermal Plasma Treated Novel Solutions"
written by Utku K. Ercan, Siddharth S. Joshi, Adam Yost, Natalie Gogotsi, Sean O’Toole, Michelle Paff, Eric Melchior, Suresh G. Joshi,
published by Advances in Microbiology, Vol.4 No.16, 2014
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