Giulia Cappi

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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)
Field-effect transistors (FETs) with open gate structures such as Silicon Nanoribbons (SiNRs) are promising candidates to become general platforms for ultrasensitive, labelfree and real-time detection of biochemical interactions on surface. This work proposes and demonstrates the viability of a solution for integrating Ag/AgCl reference electrodes with the(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)
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)
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