Chiara Corbo

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Recent advances in the field of nanomedicine have demonstrated that biomimicry can further improve targeting properties of current nanotechnologies while simultaneously enable carriers with a biological identity to better interact with the biological environment. Immune cells for example employ membrane proteins to target inflamed vasculature, locally(More)
E. Tasciotti1, F. Taraballi1, B. Corradetti1, 2, S. Powell1, S. Minardi1, 3, L. Pandolfi1, 4, C. Corbo5, F. Cabrera1, J. L. Van Eps1, 6, X. Wang1, B.K. Weiner6. 1Houston Methodist Research Institute, 2 Department of Life and Environmental Sciences, Università Politecnica delle Marche, 3Department of Bioceramics and Bio-hybrid materials, National Research(More)
The Italian wine industry is strongly committed to sustainability: the stakeholders’ interest for the topic is constantly growing and a wide number of sustainability programs have been launched in recent years, by both private businesses and consortiums. The launch of these initiatives has signaled the commitment of farmers and wine producers to the(More)
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