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  • Espona-Noguera A, Tampieri F and Canal-Barnils C.

    Engineering alginate-based injectable hydrogels combined with bioactive polymers for targeted plasma-derived oxidative stress delivery in osteosarcoma therapy



  • Bucci, Cristiana, Tampieri F, Mateu-Sanz, Miguel, Laurita, Romolo, Colombo, Vittorio and Canal-Barnils C.

    Oxidation of lactate to pyruvate mediates the cytotoxic potential of physical plasma-treated saline solutions in ovarian cancer

    PLASMA PROCESSES AND POLYMERS . 20(12): . Number of citations: 1


  • Tornín J, Gallego B, Rey V, Murillo D, Huergo C, Rodríguez A, Canal-Barnils C and Rodríguez R.

    Cold plasma-treated medium preferentially eliminates doxorubicin-resistant osteosarcoma cells



  • Tampieri F, Espona-Noguera A, Labay C, Ginebra MP, Yusupov M, Bogaerts A and Canal-Barnils C.

    Does non-thermal plasma modify biopolymers in solution? A chemical and mechanistic study for alginate

    BIOMATERIALS SCIENCE . 11(14): 4845-4858. Number of citations: 3


  • Chausse-Calbet V, Casanova-Batlle, Enric, Canal-Barnils C, Ginebra MP, Ciurana, Joaquim and Pegueroles M.

    Solvent-cast direct-writing and electrospinning as a dual fabrication strategy for drug-eluting polymeric bioresorbable stents

    Additive Manufacturing . 71: . Number of citations: 3


  • Tornin, J, Mateu-Sanz, M, Rey, V, Murillo, D, Huergo, C, Gallego, B, Rodriguez, A, Rodriguez, R and Canal-Barnils C.

    Cold plasma and inhibition of STAT3 selectively target tumorigenicity in osteosarcoma

    REDOX BIOLOGY . 62: 102685-102685. Number of citations: 5


  • Živanic M, Espona-Noguera A, Lin A and Canal-Barnils C.

    Current State of Cold Atmospheric Plasma and Cancer-Immunity Cycle: Therapeutic Relevance and Overcoming Clinical Limitations Using Hydrogels

    ADVANCED SCIENCE . 10(8): . Number of citations: 9


  • Solé-Martí X, Labay C, Raymond-Llorens Y, Franch, J, Benítez R, Ginebra MP and Canal-Barnils C.

    Ceramic-hydrogel composite as carrier for cold-plasma reactive-species: Safety and osteogenic capacity in vivo

    PLASMA PROCESSES AND POLYMERS . 20(1): . Number of citations: 5


  • Przekora A, Penolazzi L, Kalisz G, Kazimierczak P, Canal-Barnils C, Wojcik M, Piva R and Sroka-Bartnicka A.

    Osteoclast-mediated acidic hydrolysis of thermally gelled curdlan component of the bone scaffolds: Is it possible?

    CARBOHYDRATE POLYMERS . 295: 119914-119914. Number of citations: 5


  • Adamovich, I, Agarwal, S, Ahedo, E, Alves, LL, Baalrud, S, Babaeva, N, Bogaerts, A, Bourdon, A, Bruggeman, PJ, Canal-Barnils C, Choi, EH, Coulombe, S, Donko, Z, Graves, DB, Hamaguchi, S, Hegemann, D, Hori, M, Kim, HH, Kroesen, GMW, Kushner, MJ, Laricchiuta, A, Li, X, Magin, TE, Thagard, SM, Miller, V, Murphy, AB, Oehrlein, GS, Puac, N, Sankaran, RM, Samukawa, S, Shiratani, M, Simek, M, Tarasenko, N, Terashima, K, Thomas, E, Trieschmann, J, Tsikata, S, Turner, MM, van der Walt, IJ, van de Sanden, MCM and von Woedtke, T.

    The 2022 Plasma Roadmap: low temperature plasma science and technology

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS . 55(37): . Number of citations: 168