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B8: Non-thermal plasma-driven biocatalysis

Principal Investigators: J. Bandow


Bandow, Julia
(Principal Investigator)

Schubert, Britta

Krewing, Marco

Dirks, Tim


ImageConventional and plasma catalysis require a careful design of the catalyst and the composition of the species to be converted. This project explores a new concept to combine plasmas and biocatalysis.



  • Yayci Abdulkadir
    Plasma-driven biocatalysis (PhD thesis) - 07/2020
  • Cindy Juric
    Identification of peroxidases in environmental samples for plasma-driven biocatalysis (BA) - 06/2018
  • Tristan Hoffmann
    Plasma stability of the copper-zinc superoxide dismutase of Escherichia coli (BA) - 08/2018
  • Nathalie Gibas
    Identification and characterisation of peroxidases for plasma-driven biocatalysis (MA) - 09/2018
  • Sabrina Klopsch
    Undisclosed title (BA) - 09/2019
  • Tim Dirks
    Untersuchung der plasma-induzierten Aktivierung von Hsp33 aus Escherichia coli (MA) - 09/2019
  • Marco Krewing
    Impact of low-temperature plasmas on microorganisms and biomolecules (PhD thesis) - 07/2019
  • Tim Dirks
    Biocatalysis (PhD thesis) - ongoing
  • Freya Jockenhövel
    The chaperedoxin CnoX and its plasma-induced activation (BA) - 09/2020
  • Ivan Bobkov
    Effects of pre-adaptation and mutagenesis on the susceptibility of Escherichia coli to cold atmospheric plasma (BA) - 10/2020
  • Tim Dirks
    Investigation of the plasma-induced activation of Escherichia coli Hsp33 (BA) - 07/2017

Further reading

  • The role of VUV radiation in the inactivation of bacteria with an atmospheric pressure plasma jet,
    S. Schneider, J.W. Lackmann, D. Ellerweg, B. Denis, F. Narberhaus, J. Bandow, and J. Benedikt,
    Plasma Process. Polym. 9, 561-568 (2012)
  • Inactivation of microbes and macromolecules by atmosphericpressure plasma jets,
    J.W. Lackmann and J.E. Bandow,
    Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 98, 6205-13 (2014)

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