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Degradation of Influenza Virus Nucleoprotein by N2 Gas Plasma

  • A Sakudo (a1), N Hayashi (a2), N Shimizu (a3), Y Imanishi (a3) and H Shintani (a4)...

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Using a N2 gas plasma apparatus (BLP-TES, NGK Insulators, Ltd), we showed that N2 gas plasma treatment of influenza A virus caused degradation of viral nucleoproteins. These findings suggest that N2 gas plasma treatment may contribute to infection prevention control for influenza.

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Degradation of Influenza Virus Nucleoprotein by N2 Gas Plasma

  • A Sakudo (a1), N Hayashi (a2), N Shimizu (a3), Y Imanishi (a3) and H Shintani (a4)...

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