J Membrane Biol (2014) 247:1207–1208 DOI 10.1007/s00232-014-9743-z EDITORIAL Introduction to Fourth Special Issue on Electroporation-Based Technologies and Treatments • • Damijan Miklavc ˇic ˇ Lluis M. Mir P. Thomas Vernier Published online: 31 October 2014 Springer Science+Business Media New York 2014 This fourth special electroporation-based technologies with activities ranging from ﬂuorescence microscopy to and treatments issue of the Journal of Membrane Biology electrical characterization of artiﬁcial membranes to contains reports on recent developments in the ﬁeld of molecular dynamics simulations. The school is now an electroporation by participants in the 7th International established and unique platform for the acquisition of Workshop and Postgraduate Course on electroporation- theoretical and practical knowledge of electroporation based technologies and treatments (EBTT 2013) held in mechanisms and applications. Ljubljana, November 17–23, 2013. The 65 participants The workshop and postgraduate course was conducted included faculty members, invited lecturers, special within the scope of the European Associated Laboratory on guests, and young scientists, and students from 16 Pulsed Electric Fields Applications in Biology and Medicine countries. In addition to lectures on the fundamentals, (LEA EBAM) and co-organized by COST TD1104 Action this year’s sessions included talks on microbial inacti- (http://www.electroporation.net/). COST—European Coop- vation by pulsed electric
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