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Loredana Casalis

 
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Loredana CasalisScientist at Sincrotrone
 

Loredana Casalis is a physicist with a PhD in Condensed Matter Physics.

Her expertise is in surface bio-functionalization and in the exploitation of scanning probe microscopies to investigate the biophysics of protein interactions, enzymatic reactions on surfaces, and to develop nanoscale devices for quantitative diagnostics and disease monitoring. Her group has optimized procedures for the nanografting of unstructured proteins relevant to neurodegenerative diseases, and to study fibrillation in-situ, on bare surfaces and in model membrane layers. She has also established experience with synchrotron radiation based structural and spectroscopic techniques.

 

Selected publications

Stem Cells. 2013 Dec 4. doi: 10.1002/stem.1605.

Glioma-associated stem cells: A novel class of tumor-supporting cells able to predict prognosis of human low-grade gliomas

Bourkoula E, Mangoni D, Ius T, Pucer A, Isola M, Musiello D, Marzinotto S, Toffoletto B, Sorrentino M, Palma A, Caponnetto F, Gregoraci G, Vindigni M, Pizzolitto S, Falconieri G, De Maglio G, Pecile V, Ruaro ME, Gri G, Parisse P, Casalis L, Scoles G, Skrap M, Beltrami CA, Beltrami AP, Cesselli D.

Nanoscale. 2013 Oct 21;5(20):9988-93.

Structural and energetic basis for hybridization limits in high-density DNA monolayers

Doni G, Nkoua Ngavouka MD, Barducci A, Parisse P, De Vita A, Scoles G, Casalis L, Pavan GM.

 
 

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