'Fumi' Fumitaka Hayashi hayashi at u.washington.edu
Tue Jan 23 19:45:49 EST 1996

Electroporation is a method by which an electric discharge is used to 
make a cell permeable to certain substances, particularly DNA.  This 
method is used on cells, both eukaryotic and prokaryotic.

It really doesn't make sense to think about electroporation on the human 
body.  Human cells, yes.  You can't fit a body in a electroporation cuvette.
The kinds of voltage they use would probably kill you anyhow.

Fumitaka Hayashi
hayashi at homer.u.washington.edu

On Thu, 18 Jan 1996, IRISHBRO wrote:

> Has any body done research on electroporation on the human body?
> Any info on living human research would be greatly apriceated.
> thank you
> Martin

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