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Pile foundations: Experimental investigations, analysis and design
Selected topics in the field of pile foundations are addressed. The effects of the installation technique on the bearing ca- pacity and the load-settlement response of a single pile are discussed.…
Unraveling Interactions between Ionic Liquids and Phospholipid Vesicles Using Nanoplasmonic Sensing.
- J. Witos, G. Russo, Suvi-Katriina Ruokonen, S. Wiedmer
- Chemistry, BiologyLangmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and…
- 19 January 2017
The objective of the present work is to shed light onto the effects of amidinium- and phosphonium-based ILs on phospholipid vesicles using a nanoplasmonic sensing measurement technique, highlighting the pivotal role of this highly surface-sensitive indirect biosensing technique in scrutinizing and dissecting the integrity and architecture of phospholipsicles in the nanoscale range.
Cytotoxicity of seven bisphenol analogues compared to bisphenol A and relationships with membrane affinity data.
Monitoring of bisphenol A and bisphenol S in thermal paper receipts from the Italian market and estimated transdermal human intake: A pilot study.
Occurrence of Bisphenol A and its analogues in some foodstuff marketed in Europe.
Monitoring of bisphenols in canned tuna from Italian markets.
Assessment of the seismic performance of a bituminous faced rockfill dam
Indexes of polar interactions between ionizable drugs and membrane phospholipids measured by IAM-HPLC: their relationships with data of Blood-Brain Barrier passage.
Immobilized Artificial Membrane HPLC Derived Parameters vs PAMPA-BBB Data in Estimating in Situ Measured Blood-Brain Barrier Permeation of Drugs.
The present work was aimed at verifying the soundness of Δlog kW(IAM) at describing the potential of passage through the BBB as compared to data achieved by the PAMPA-BBB technique, and suggesting that, at least for the data set considered, Δ log kW( IAM) parameters are more effective than log P0(PAMPA -BBB) at predicting log P 0(in situ) values for all the analytes.
Plasma p-cresol lowering effect of sevelamer in non-dialysis CKD patients: evidence from a randomized controlled trial
This study represents the first evidence that SEV is effective in reducing p-cresol levels in CKD patients in conservative treatment, and confirms its beneficial effects on inflammation and lipid pattern.