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In order to improve the efficacy and safety of treatments, drug dosage needs to be adjusted to the actual needs of each patient in a truly personalized medicine approach. Key for widespread dosage adjustment is the availability of point-of-care devices able to measure plasma drug concentration in a simple, automated, and cost-effective fashion. In the(More)
Three hundred and sixty-three postmenopausal women received 6 months of cyclic hormone replacement therapy with conjugated estrogens in differing doses (0.625 mg and 1.25 mg) associated in a sequential pattern lasting 12 days with progestagens (medroxyprogesterone acetate or medrogestone) in 16 italian health centres. The results of the multicentre study(More)
In the framework of bioanalytics and multiple array detection, we developed a fully portable and low-cost detection system based on Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance (LSPR) in a transmission configuration (T-LSPR). The transmission approach is suitable to be scaled to small dimension systems and to enable high-density array measurements on the same(More)
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