Mauro Tomassetti3
Luigi Campanella3
Riccardo Calvani2
Francesco Landi2
3Mauro Tomassetti
3Luigi Campanella
2Riccardo Calvani
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RNA-sequencing (RNA-seq) has become an established way for measuring gene expression in model organisms and humans. While methods development for refining the corresponding data processing and analysis pipeline is ongoing, protocols for typical steps have been proposed and are widely used. Several user interfaces have been developed for making such analysis(More)
Artificial neural networks are a family of non-linear computational methods, loosely inspired by the human brain, that have found application in an increasing number of fields of analytical chemistry and specifically of food control. In this review, the main neural network architectures are described and examples of their application to solve food(More)
BACKGROUND Chronic, low-grade inflammation and declining physical function are hallmarks of the aging process. However, previous attempts to correlate individual inflammatory biomarkers with physical performance in older people have produced mixed results. Given the complexity of the inflammatory response, the simultaneous analysis of an array of(More)
BACKGROUND The potential of coupling chemometric data processing techniques to thermal analysis for formulating an "archaeometric" classification of fossil bones was investigated. Moreover, the possibility of integrating the outcomes of this approach with the results of inductively coupled plasma (ICP) emission spectroscopy for an anthropological(More)
Fruit and vegetable consumption has been associated with several health benefits; however the mechanisms are largely unknown at the biochemical level. Our research aims to investigate whether plasma metabolome profiling can reflect biological effects after feeding rats with raw apple by using an untargeted UPLC–ESI–TOF–MS based metabolomics approach in both(More)
A computational approach for the identification and investigation of correlations between a chemical structure and a selected biological property is described. It is based on a set of 132 compounds of known chemical structures, which were tested for their binding affinities to the estrogen receptor. Different multivariate modeling methods, i.e., partial(More)
BACKGROUND Literature on mortars has mainly focused on the identification and characterization of their components in order to assign them to a specific historical period, after accurate classification. For this purpose, different analytical techniques have been proposed. Aim of the present study was to verify whether the combination of thermal analysis and(More)
Differential sensing using synthetic receptors as mimics of the mammalian senses of taste and smell is a powerful approach for the analysis of complex mixtures. Herein, we report on the effectiveness of a cross-reactive, supramolecular, peptide-based sensing array in differentiating and predicting the composition of red wine blends. Fifteen blends of(More)
Physical frailty and sarcopenia are two common and largely overlapping geriatric conditions upstream of the disabling cascade. The lack of a unique operational definition for physical frailty and sarcopenia and the complex underlying pathophysiology make the development of biomarkers for these conditions extremely challenging. Indeed, the current(More)
BACKGROUND Paper based artworks are probably ones of the most difficult materials to restore, because of their complexity and fragile structure. Cleaning of paper artifacts, one of the process commonly carried out during restoration, usually involves the use of solvents (organic or not), that may cause several troubles, like swelling and dissolution of some(More)