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Discharges generating low temperature plasma at atmospheric pressure have the potential to treat surfaces biologically contaminated by organic matter in a non-destructive manner. We have been studying ways of inhibiting the growth of microorganisms with the use of dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) plasma. The effect of the choice of a barrier material and its thickness on the germicide properties of the DBD is described. We used Saboraud agar inoculated by 10 5 cfu/cm 2 of Candida albicansdoi:10.14311/ap.2014.54.0290 fatcat:siwvrej77ncdhctnzei3hpikpa