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- Bianca M. Castiglioni, Ermanno Rizzi, +14 authors Gianluca de Bellis
- Applied and environmental microbiology
- 2004

The cyanobacteria are photosynthetic prokaryotes of significant ecological and biotechnological interest, since they strongly contribute to primary production and are a rich source of bioactive compounds. In eutrophic fresh and brackish waters, their mass occurrences (water blooms) are often toxic and constitute a high potential risk for human health.… (More)

- Raffaella Piccardi, Andrea Frosini, Mario R Tredici, Maria Cristina Margheri
- Journal of Applied Phycology
- 2004

Fifty cyanobacterial strains from different habitats(symbioses, soil, fresh and marine waters) belongingto the genus Nostoc were cultured and tested forbioactivity. Thirty-seven strains were isolated in ourlaboratory, the remaining were supplied by officialculture collections. All the organisms were grownunder controlled laboratory conditions. The… (More)

- Filippo Disanto, Andrea Frosini, Renzo Pinzani, Simone Rinaldi
- Electr. J. Comb.
- 2007

In this paper we determine a closed formula for the number of convex permutominoes of size n. We reach this goal by providing a recursive generation of all convex permutominoes of size n+1 from the objects of size n, according to the ECO method, and then translating this construction into a system of functional equations satisfied by the generating function… (More)

In the plane Z × Z a cell is a unit square, and a polyomino is a finite connected union of cells having no cut point. Polyominoes are defined up to translations. A column (row) of a polyomino is the intersection between the polyomino and an infinite strip of cells whose centers lie on a vertical (horizontal) line. The enumeration problem for general… (More)

- Srecko Brlek, Andrea Frosini, Simone Rinaldi, Laurent Vuillon
- Electr. J. Comb.
- 2006

Beauquier and Nivat introduced and gave a characterization of the class of pseudo-square polyominoes that tile the plane by translation: a polyomino tiles the plane by translation if and only if its boundary word W may be factorized as W = XY X Y . In this paper we consider the subclass PSP of pseudo-square polyominoes which are also parallelogram. By using… (More)

- Roberta Bordoni, Alessandra Mezzelani, +9 authors Gianluca de Bellis
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 2004

We have applied the ligation detection reaction (LDR) combined with a universal array approach to the detection and quantitation of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplified cry1A(b) gene from Bt-176 transgenic maize. We demonstrated excellent specificity and high sensitivity. Down to 0.5 fmol (nearly 60 pg) of PCR amplified transgenic material was… (More)

- Elena Barcucci, Andrea Frosini, Simone Rinaldi
- Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics
- 2003

Two left and right horizontal absorbed projections along a single direction uniquely determine a row of a binary matrix. After proving this result we give a polynomial time algorithm which reconstructs such a row and we analyze its performances by determining the worst case complexity.

A permutomino of size n is a polyomino whose vertices define a pair of distinct permutations of length n. In this paper we treat various classes of convex permutominoes, including the parallelogram, the directed convex and the stack ones. Using bijective techniques we provide enumeration for each of these classes according to the size, and characterize the… (More)

In this paper we present some combinatorial structures enumerated by the sequence A079500 in Sloane’s Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences, and determine simple bijections among these structures. Then we investigate the nature of the generating function of the sequence, and prove that it is not differentiably finite. 1 The sequence A079500 The purpose of the… (More)

- Andrea Frosini, Christophe Picouleau, Simone Rinaldi
- DGCI
- 2008

This paper deals with the reconstruction of binary matrices having exactly-1-4-neighborhood constraints from the horizontal and vertical projections. This problem is shown to be NP-hard by means of a reduction which involve the NP-hard problem 3-color.