by Shu Xiao, Ravi Joshi, Karl H. Schoenbach, and Stephen J. Beebe
This book provides an in-depth examination of current research on extraordinarily intense, ultrashort electric field pulses and their applications in biology and medicine. It looks into the most recent and exciting advances in the development and implementation of picosecond and nanosecond electric pulse research, examining its applicability in new and developing sectors of biology and medicine.
The book focuses on the biological and therapeutic implications of these distinct pulse effects, with a particular emphasis on temporal electric pulses and their intracellular consequences rather than plasma membrane electroporation. The book’s authors were pioneers in the examination of nanosecond and picosecond pulses, and their diverse perspectives molded the research’s path, leading it into new and intriguing realms that remain at the forefront of investigation to this day.