SMILEs
STRUCTURAL MOLECULAR IMAGING LIGHT ENHANCED SPECTROSCOPIES

Publications

Publications


Scientific Journals

       Year 2016

1. Zaccaria RP, Bisio F, Das G, et al. Plasmonic Color-Graded Nanosystems with Achromatic Subwavelength Architectures for Light Filtering and Advanced SERS Detection. Acs Appl Mater Inter 2016; 8(12): 8024-31.


2. Perozziello G, Candeloro P, De Grazia A, et al. Microfluidic device for continuous single cells analysis via Raman spectroscopy enhanced by integrated plasmonic nanodimers. Opt Express 2016; 24(2): A180-A90.


3. Moretti M, Das G, Torre B, Allione M, Di Fabrizio E. Tip Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy of Rhodamine 6G on nanostructured gold substrate. Opt Laser Eng 2016; 76: 52-6.


4. Marinaro G, Accardo A, Benseny-Cases N, et al. Probing droplets with biological colloidal suspensions on smart surfaces by synchrotron radiation micro- and nano-beams. Opt Laser Eng 2016; 76: 57-63.


5. Gentile F, Ferrara L, Villani M, et al. Geometrical Patterning of Super-Hydrophobic Biosensing Transistors Enables Space and Time Resolved Analysis of Biological Mixtures. Sci Rep-Uk 2016; 6.


6. De Vitis S, Coluccio ML, Gentile F, et al. Surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy measurements of MCF7 cells adhesion in confined micro-environments. Opt Laser Eng 2016; 76: 9-16.


7. Coluccio ML, Francardi M, Gentile F, et al. Plasmonic 3D-structures based on silver decorated nanotips for biological sensing. Opt Laser Eng 2016; 76: 45-51.

 

8. Di Fabrizio E, Schlücker S, Wenger J, Regmi R, et al. Roadmap on biosensing and photonics with advanced nano-optical methods. J Opt 2016; 18 (6): 63003-63029


9. Coluccio ML, De Vitis S, Strumbo G, Candeloro P, Perozziello G, et al. Inclusion of gold nanoparticles in meso-porous silicon for the SERS analysis of cell adhesion on nano-structured surfaces. Microelect. Eng. 2016; 158: 102-106


10. Coppedè N, Ferrara L, Bifulco P, Villani M, Iannotta S, et al. Multiscale modification of the conductive PEDOT: PSS polymer for the analysis of biological mixtures in a super-hydrophobic drop. Microelect. Eng. 2016; 158: 80-84.


11. De Vitis S, Coluccio ML, Strumbo G, Malara N, et al. Combined effect of surface nano-topography and delivery of therapeutics on the adhesion of tumor cells on porous silicon substrates​. Microelect. Eng. 2016; 158: 6-10


        Year 2015


1. Zolea F, Biamonte F, Candeloro P, et al. H ferritin silencing induces protein misfolding in K562 cells: A Raman analysis. Free Radical Bio Med 2015; 89: 614-23.


2. Toma A, Tuccio S, Prato M, et al. Resonant Metallic Nanostructures for Enhanced Terahertz Spectroscopy. Ieee Photon Conf 2015.


3. Toma A, Tuccio S, Prato M, et al. Squeezing Terahertz Light into Nanovolumes: Nanoantenna Enhanced Terahertz Spectroscopy (NETS) of Semiconductor Quantum Dots. Nano Lett 2015; 15(1): 386-91.


4. Tirinato L, Liberale C, Di Franco S, et al. Lipid Droplets: A New Player in Colorectal Cancer Stem Cells Unveiled by Spectroscopic Imaging. Stem Cells 2015; 33(1): 35-44.


5. Rodighiero S, Torre B, Sogne E, et al. Correlative scanning electron and confocal microscopy imaging of labeled cells coated by indium-tin-oxide. Microsc Res Techniq 2015; 78(6): 433-43.


6. Perozziello G, Candeloro P, Gentile F, et al. A microfluidic dialysis device for complex biological mixture SERS analysis. Microelectron Eng 2015; 144: 37-41.


7. Miele E, Accardo A, Falqui A, et al. Writing and Functionalisation of Suspended DNA Nanowires on Superhydrophobic Pillar Arrays. Small 2015; 11(1): 134-40.


8. Mazzolini M, Facchetti G, Andolfi L, et al. The phototransduction machinery in the rod outer segment has a strong efficacy gradient. P Natl Acad Sci USA 2015; 112(20): E2715-E24.


9. Marrelli M, Falisi G, Apicella A, et al. Behaviour of Dental Pulp Stem Cells on Different Types of Innovative Mesoporous and Nanoporous Silicon Scaffolds with Different Functionalizations of the Surfaces. J Biol Reg Homeos Ag 2015; 29(4): 991-7.


10. Marinaro G, La Rocca R, Toma A, et al. Networks of neuroblastoma cells on porous silicon substrates reveal a small world topology. Integr Biol-Uk 2015; 7(2): 184-97.


11. Marinaro G, Burghammer M, Costa L, et al. Directed Growth of Virus Nanofilaments on a Superhydrophobic Surface. Acs Appl Mater Inter 2015; 7(23): 12373-9.


12. Lorenzoni M, Giugni A, Di Fabrizio E, Perez-Murano F, Mescola A, Torre B. Nanoscale reduction of graphene oxide thin films and its characterization. Nanotechnology 2015; 26(28).


13. Limongi T, Schipani R, Di Vito A, et al. Photolithography and micromolding techniques for the realization of 3D polycaprolactone scaffolds for tissue engineering applications. Microelectron Eng 2015; 141: 135-9.


14. Falqui A, Marini M, Francardi M, di Fabrizio E. From single molecule to suspended DNA nanowires How DNA can be suspended in ordered nanometric bundles. Mater Today 2015; 18(4): 238-9.


15. Das G, Battista E, Manzo G, Causa F, Netti PA, Di Fabrizio E. Large-Scale Plasmonic nanoCones Array For Spectroscopy Detection. Acs Appl Mater Inter 2015; 7(42): 23597-604.


16. Darekar SD, Mushtaq M, Gurrapu S, et al. Mitochondrial ribosomal protein S18-2 evokes chromosomal instability and transforms primary rat skin fibroblasts. Oncotarget 2015; 6(25): 21016-28.


17. D'Apuzzo F, Candeloro P, Domenici F, et al. Resonating Terahertz Response of Periodic Arrays of Subwavelength Apertures. Plasmonics 2015; 10(1): 45-50.


18. Coluccio ML, Gentile F, Das G, et al. From nucleotides to DNA analysis by a SERS substrate of a self similar chain of silver nanospheres. J Optics-Uk 2015; 17(11).


19. Marini M, Falqui A, Moretti M, et al. The structure of DNA by direct imaging. Sci Adv 2015; 1(7): e1500734.


20. Coluccio ML, Gentile F, Das G, et al. Detection of single amino acid mutation in human breast cancer by disordered plasmonic self-similar chain. Sci Adv 2015; 1(8): e1500487.


21. Perozziello G, Candeloro P, De Grazia A, et al. Microfluidic device for continuous single cells analysis via Raman spectroscopy enhanced by integrated plasmonic nanodimers. Opt Express 2016; 24(2): A180-A90.


22. Cottat M, D’Andrea C, Yasukuni R, et al. High Sensitivity, High Selectivity SERS Detection of MnSOD Using Optical Nanoantennas Functionalized with Aptamers. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2015; 119(27): 15532-40.


23. Falqui A, Rodighiero S, Sogne E, et al. Indium-Tin-Oxide (ITO) as Stable and Effective Coating Material for Correlative Confocal and Immuno-Scanning Electron Microscopy Studies. Microscopy and Microanalysis 2015; 21: 1501-2.


24. Giugni A, Torre B, Allione M, et al. Novel Plasmonic Probes and Smart Superhydrophobic Devices, New Tools for Forthcoming Spectroscopies at the Nanoscale. In: Di Bartolo B, Collins J, Silvestri L, eds. Nano-Structures for Optics and Photonics: Optical Strategies for Enhancing Sensing, Imaging, Communication and Energy Conversion. Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands; 2015: 209-35.


25. Liberale C, Cojoc G, Rajamanickam V, et al. Miniaturized Optical Tweezers Through Fiber-End Microfabrication. In: Cusano A, Consales M, Crescitelli A, Ricciardi A, eds. Lab-on-Fiber Technology. Cham: Springer International Publishing; 2015: 159-80.


26. Malara NM, Trunzo V, Musolino G, et al. Soluble CD54 induces human endothelial cells ex vivo expansion useful for cardiovascular regeneration and tissue engineering application. IJC Heart & Vasculature 2015; 6: 48-53.


 

       Year 2014


1. Tuccio S, Razzari L, Alabastri A, et al. Direct determination of the resonance properties of metallic conical nanoantennas. Opt Lett 2014; 39(3): 571-3.


2. Toma A, Chirumamilla M, Gopalakrishnan A, et al. 3D plasmonic nanostructures as building blocks for ultrasensitive Raman spectroscopy. Conf Laser Electr 2014.


3. Simone G, Malara N, Trunzo V, et al. Galectin-3 coats the membrane of breast cells and makes a signature of tumours. Mol Biosyst 2014; 10(2): 258-65.


4. Sibillano T, De Caro L, Altamura D, et al. An Optimized Table-Top Small-Angle X-ray Scattering Set-up for the Nanoscale Structural Analysis of Soft Matter. Sci Rep-Uk 2014; 4.


5. Razzari L, Toma A, Tuccio S, et al. Nanoantenna Enhanced Terahertz Spectroscopy of a Monolayer of Cadmium Selenide Quantum Dots. Conf Laser Electr 2014.


6. Rajamanickam VP, Ferrara L, Toma A, et al. Suitable photo-resists for two-photon polymerization using femtosecond fiber lasers. Microelectron Eng 2014; 121: 135-8.


7. Perozziello G, Candeloro P, Gentile F, et al. Microfluidics & nanotechnology: towards fully integrated analytical devices for the detection of cancer biomarkers. Rsc Adv 2014; 4(98): 55590-8.


8. Panaro S, Nazir A, Liberale C, et al. Dark and bright modes manipulation for plasmon-triggered photonic devices. Proc Spie 2014; 9163.


9. Panaro S, Nazir A, Liberale C, et al. Dark to Bright Mode Conversion on Dipolar Nanoantennas: A Symmetry-Breaking Approach. Acs Photonics 2014; 1(4): 310-4.


10. Mazzolini M, Andolfi L, Facchetti G, et al. Restricted Spots of Light Reveal an Efficacy Gradient of the Phototransduction Cascade Along the Rod Outer Segment. Biophys J 2014; 106(2): 20a-a.


11. Marini M, Das G, La Rocca R, et al. Raman spectroscopy for detection of stretched DNAs on superhydrophobic surfaces. Microelectron Eng 2014; 119: 151-4.

 

12. Malara NM, Givigliano F, Trunzo V, et al. In Vitro Expansion of Tumour Cells Derived from Blood and Tumour Tissue Is Useful to Redefine Personalized Treatment in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Patients. J Biol Reg Homeos Ag 2014; 28(4): 717-31.


13. Malara N, Coluccio ML, Limongi T, et al. Folic Acid Functionalized Surface Highlights 5-Methylcytosine-Genomic Content within Circulating Tumor Cells. Small 2014; 10(21): 4324-31.


14. Lazzarino M, Mazzolini M, Andolfi L, et al. Confined Illumination through Apertureless and Nano-Structured Tapered Optical Fibres. Biophys J 2014; 106(2): 621a-a.


15. La Rocca R, Tallerico R, Hassan AT, et al. Mechanical Stress Downregulates MHC Class I Expression on Human Cancer Cell Membrane. Plos One 2014; 9(12).


16. Kessentini S, Barchiesi D, D'Andrea C, et al. Gold Dimer Nanoantenna with Slanted Gap for Tunable LSPR and Improved SERS. J Phys Chem C 2014; 118(6): 3209-19.


17. Goriparti S, Miele E, De Angelis F, Di Fabrizio E, Zaccaria RP, Capiglia C. Review on recent progress of nanostructured anode materials for Li-ion batteries. J Power Sources 2014; 257: 421-43.


18. Gongora JST, Coluccio ML, Zaccaria RP, di Fabrizio EM, Fratalocchi A. Superfocusing properties of disorder-enhanced plasmonic nanolenses. Conf Laser Electr 2014.


19. Giugni A, Allione M, Torre B, et al. Adiabatic nanofocusing: spectroscopy, transport and imaging investigation of the nano world. J Optics-Uk 2014; 16(11).


20. Gentile F, Monteferrante M, Chiodo L, et al. Electroless formation of silver nanoaggregates: an experimental and molecular dynamics approach. Mol Phys 2014; 112(9-10): 1375-88.


21. Gentile F, Coppede N, Tarabella G, et al. Microtexturing of the Conductive PEDOT:PSS Polymer for Superhydrophobic Organic Electrochemical Transistors. Biomed Res Int 2014.


22. Gentile F, Coluccio ML, Zaccaria RP, et al. Selective on site separation and detection of molecules in diluted solutions with super-hydrophobic clusters of plasmonic nanoparticles. Nanoscale 2014; 6(14): 8208-25.


23. Gentile F, Coluccio ML, Limongi T, Perozziello G, Candeloro P, Di Fabrizio E. The Five Ws (and one H) of Super-Hydrophobic Surfaces in Medicine. Micromachines-Basel 2014; 5(2): 239-62.


24. Gentile F, Coluccio ML, Candeloro P, et al. Electroless deposition of metal nanoparticle clusters: Effect of pattern distance. J Vac Sci Technol B 2014; 32(3).


25. De Vitis S, Matarise G, Pardeo F, et al. Isolation of cancer cells by "in situ" microfluidic biofunctionalization protocols. Microelectron Eng 2014; 124: 76-80.


26. D'Angelo P, Coppede N, Tarabella G, et al. Liquid electrolyte positioning along the device channel influences the operation of Organic Electro-Chemical Transistors. Org Electron 2014; 15(11): 3016-23.


27. Coluccio ML, Gentile F, Francardi M, et al. Electroless Deposition and Nanolithography Can Control the Formation of Materials at the Nano-Scale for Plasmonic Applications. Sensors-Basel 2014; 14(4): 6056-83.


28. Chirumamilla M, Toma A, Gopalakrishnan A, et al. 3D Nanostar Dimers with a Sub-10-nm Gap for Single-/Few- Molecule Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering. Adv Mater 2014; 26(15): 2353-8.


29. Cesca F, Limongi T, Accardo A, et al. Fabrication of biocompatible free-standing nanopatterned films for primary neuronal cultures. Rsc Adv 2014; 4(86): 45696-702.


30. Catalano R, Perozziello G, Simone G, et al. Optimized fabrication protocols of microfluidic devices for X-ray analysis. Microelectron Eng 2014; 124: 13-6.


31. Bianchi S, Rajamanickam VP, Ferrara L, Di Fabrizio E, Di Leonardo R, Liberale C. High numerical aperture imaging by using multimode fibers with micro-fabricated optics. Conf Laser Electr 2014.


32. Alabastri A, Toma A, Giugni A, et al. The magic of nanoplasmonics: from superhydrophobic and 3D suspended devices for SERS/TERS-like applications to hot-electrons based nanoscopy. Proc Spie 2014; 9126.


33. Accardo A, Di Fabrizio E, Limongi T, Marinaro G, Riekel C. Probing droplets on superhydrophobic surfaces by synchrotron radiation scattering techniques. J Synchrotron Radiat 2014; 21: 643-53.

 

       Year 2013​


1. Zhang Y, Miszta K, Manna L, Di Fabrizio E, Krahne R. Cold field emission dominated photoconductivity in ordered three-dimensional assemblies of octapod-shaped CdSe/CdS nanocrystals. Nanoscale 2013; 5(16): 7596-600.


2. Tallerico R, Todaro M, Di Franco S, et al. Human NK Cells Selective Targeting of Colon Cancer-Initiating Cells: A Role for Natural Cytotoxicity Receptors and MHC Class I Molecules. J Immunol 2013; 190(5): 2381-90.


3. Szczurkowska J, dal Maschio M, Cwetsch AW, et al. Increased Performance in Genetic Manipulation. Ieee Eng Med Bio 2013: 1615-8.


4. Simone G, Malara N, Trunzo V, et al. Protein-Carbohydrate Complex Reveals Circulating Metastatic Cells in a Microfluidic Assay. Small 2013; 9(12): 2152-61.


5. Razzari L, Toma A, Clerici M, et al. Terahertz Dipole Nanoantenna Arrays: Resonance Characteristics. Plasmonics 2013; 8(1): 133-8.


6. Perozziello G, Simone G, Malara N, et al. Microfluidic biofunctionalisation protocols to form multi-valent interactions for cell rolling and phenotype modification investigations. Electrophoresis 2013; 34(13): 1845-51.


7. Perozziello G, Catalano R, Francardi M, et al. A microfluidic device integrating plasmonic nanodevices for Raman spectroscopy analysis on trapped single living cells. Microelectron Eng 2013; 111: 314-9.


8. Panaro S, Toma A, Zaccaria RP, et al. Design and top-down fabrication of metallic L-shape gap nanoantennas supporting plasmon-polariton modes. Microelectron Eng 2013; 111: 91-5.


9. Moretti M, Zaccaria RP, Descrovi E, et al. Reflection-mode TERS on Insulin Amyloid Fibrils with Top-Visual AFM Probes. Plasmonics 2013; 8(1): 25-33.


10. Moretti M, Canale C, Francardi M, Dante S, de Angelis F, di Fabrizio E. AFM CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOMOLECULES IN PHYSIOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT BYAN ADVANCED NANOFABRICATED PROBE (vol 75, pg 1723, 2012). Microsc Res Techniq 2013; 76(3): 331-.


11. Limongi T, Cesca F, Gentile F, et al. Nanostructured Superhydrophobic Substrates Trigger the Development of 3D Neuronal Networks. Small 2013; 9(3): 402-12.


12. Liberale C, Cojoc G, Bragheri F, et al. Integrated microfluidic device for single-cell trapping and spectroscopy. Sci Rep-Uk 2013; 3.


13. Liberale C, Cojoc G, Bragheri F, et al. Integrated microfluidic device for single-cell trapping and spectroscopy (vol 3, 1258, 2013). Sci Rep-Uk 2013; 3.


13. Lavieville R, Zhang Y, Di Fabrizio E, Krahne R. Electrical contacts to nanorod networks at different length scales: From macroscale ensembles to single nanorod chains. Microelectron Eng 2013; 111: 185-8.


14. Lakshmanan A, Cheong DW, Accardo A, Di Fabrizio E, Riekel C, Hauser CAE. Aliphatic peptides show similar self-assembly to amyloid core sequences, challenging the importance of aromatic interactions in amyloidosis. P Natl Acad Sci USA 2013; 110(2): 519-24.


15. Intartaglia R, Das G, Bagga K, et al. Laser synthesis of ligand-free bimetallic nanoparticles for plasmonic applications. Phys Chem Chem Phys 2013; 15(9): 3075-82.


16. Giugni A, Torre B, Toma A, et al. Hot-electron nanoscopy using adiabatic compression of surface plasmons. Nat Nanotechnol 2013; 8(11): 845-52.


17. Gentile F, Coluccio ML, Rondanina E, et al. Non periodic patterning of super-hydrophobic surfaces for the manipulation of few molecules. Microelectron Eng 2013; 111: 272-6.


18. Francardi M, Candeloro P, Malara N, et al. Preliminary results on an innovative plasmonic device for macromolecules analysis and sequencing. Microelectron Eng 2013; 111: 360-4.


19. De Angelis F, Malerba M, Patrini M, et al. 3D Hollow Nanostructures as Building Blocks for Multifunctional Plasmonics. Nano Lett 2013; 13(8): 3553-8.


20. Das G, Chirumamilla M, Toma A, et al. Plasmon based biosensor for distinguishing different peptides mutation states. Sci Rep-Uk 2013; 3.


23. Das G, Chirumamilla M, Gopalakrishnan A, et al. Plasmonic nanostars for SERS application. Microelectron Eng 2013; 111: 247-50.


24. Das G, Chakraborty R, Gopalakrishnan A, Baranov D, Di Fabrizio E, Krahne R. A new route to produce efficient surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy substrates: gold-decorated CdSe nanowires. J Nanopart Res 2013; 15(5).


25. D'Andrea C, Bochterle J, Toma A, et al. Optical Nanoantennas for Multiband Surface-Enhanced Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy. Acs Nano 2013; 7(4): 3522-31.


26. Chakraborty R, Greullet F, George C, Baranov D, Di Fabrizio E, Krahne R. Broad spectral photocurrent enhancement in Au-decorated CdSe nanowires. Nanoscale 2013; 5(12): 5334-40.


27. Candeloro P, Grande E, Raimondo R, et al. Raman database of amino acids solutions: a critical study of Extended Multiplicative Signal Correction. Analyst 2013; 138(24): 7331-40.


28. Bragheri F, Liberale C, Cojoc G, et al. Biophotonic Device for On-Chip Trapping and Spectroscopic Analysis. 2013 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (Cleo) 2013.


29. Bianchi S, Rajamanickam VP, Ferrara L, Di Fabrizio E, Liberale C, Di Leonardo R. Focusing and imaging with increased numerical apertures through multimode fibers with micro-fabricated optics. Opt Lett 2013; 38(23): 4935-8.


30. Alabastri A, Tuccio S, Giugni A, et al. Molding of Plasmonic Resonances in Metallic Nanostructures: Dependence of the Non-Linear Electric Permittivity on System Size and Temperature. Materials 2013; 6(11): 4879-910.


31. Alabastri A, Toma A, Liberale C, et al. Interplay between electric and magnetic effect in adiabatic polaritonic systems. Opt Express 2013; 21(6): 7538-48.


32. Accardo A, Tirinato L, Altamura D, et al. Superhydrophobic surfaces allow probing of exosome self organization using X-ray scattering. Nanoscale 2013; 5(6): 2295-9.


32​​. Accardo A, Mecarini F, Leoncini M, et al. Fast, active droplet interaction: coalescence ​and reactive mixing controlled by electrowetting on a superhydrophobic surface. Lab Chip 2013; 13(3): 332-5.​

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