Michalis Kassinopoulos

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The self-assembly of short peptides into fibrous nanostructures (such as fibrils and tubes) has recently become the subject of intense theoretical and experimental scrutiny, as such assemblies are promising candidates for nanobiotechnological applications. The sequences of natural fibrous proteins may provide a rich source of inspiration for the design of(More)
The size-dependent spectral variations, predicted by Mie theory, have already been considered as a contrast enhancement mechanism in optical coherence tomography. In this work, a new spectroscopic metric, the bandwidth of the correlation of the derivative, was developed for estimating scatterer size which is more robust and accurate compared to existing(More)
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