An employee of the Tashkent International University of Education (TIUE) became the author of a scientific article on the topic “Disclosure of the transport properties of RONS along nitrooxidized membranes.” The article was published in Biomulecules, which is a Q1 journal in the Scopus database.
The main indicators of the journal: the impact factor is 5.5, the Scopus Cite Score is 8.3.
The article is devoted to the characteristics of the ability of cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) to generate reactive oxygen and nitrogen species (RONS), which is one of the modern scientific directions.
Cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) is a non-equilibrium plasma operating at atmospheric pressure and room temperature. Based on the research results, the article concludes that PLB nitrooxidation, for example, induced by cold atmospheric plasma, has a minimal effect on overcoming free energy barriers by less hydrophilic particles, while for hydrophilic RONS it reduces barriers and thereby enhances their translocation through nitrooxidases.
This study contributes to a better understanding of the translocation abilities of RONS in plasma biomedical applications and highlights the need for further analysis of their role in intracellular signaling pathways.