J Membrane Biol (2012) 245:507–508 DOI 10.1007/s00232-012-9473-z IN TROD UCTIO N • • Damijan Miklavc ˇic ˇ Lluis M. Mir P. Thomas Vernier Received: 25 June 2012 / Accepted: 28 June 2012 / Published online: 11 August 2012 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2012 Following up on the success of the ﬁrst special electro- The ﬁeld of cell and membrane electroporation contin- poration-based technologies and treatments issue of the ues to grow and expand. Electroporation is now performed Journal of Membrane Biology, this special issue brings to in silico (using molecular dynamics approaches), in vitro readers of the journal recent developments in the ﬁeld of (using lipid planar bilayers, or lipid vesicles, very often electroporation that were presented and discussed during giant unicellular vesicles termed GUVs), on cells in culture the 5th International Workshop and Postgraduate Course (that is in vivo for the biochemists but still in vitro for the on ‘‘Electroporation-Based Technologies and Treatments’’ cell biologists) as well as in tissues (termed in vivo by the (EBTT 2011) held in Ljubljana, November 13–19, 2011, cells biologists, and more precisely ex vivo if the tissue is gathering faculty members, six other recognized research- removed and treated outside the organism or
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