Markus Giaquinto

We don’t have enough information about this author to calculate their statistics. If you think this is an error let us know.
Learn More
Precision medicine is continuously demanding for novel point of care systems, potentially exploitable also for in-vivo analysis. Biosensing probes based on Lab-On-Fiber Technology have been recently developed to meet these challenges. However, devices exploiting standard label-free approaches (based on ligand/target molecule interaction) suffer from low(More)
Introduction The main goal of this paper is methodological. 1 It derives from the general observation that historians have often worked under the assumption that the main components of scientific texts —problems, algorithms and so on— are essentially ahistorical objects, which can be approached as some present-day counterparts. To be clear, by this(More)
  • 1