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  1. Photoemissive properties and stability of undecylenic acid-modified porous silicon nanoparticles in physiological medium
  2. Peptide Functionalization of Silicon for Detection and Classification of Prostatic Cells
  3. Arsenate reductase fromThermus thermophilusconjugated to polyethylene glycol-stabilized gold nanospheres allow trace sensing and speciation of arsenic ions
  4. Diatom Valve Three-Dimensional Representation: A New Imaging Method Based on Combined Microscopies
  5. Chemical and Structural Characterization of Several Mid-Term Explanted Breast Prostheses
  6. Bioengineered Surfaces for Real-Time Label-Free Detection of Cancer Cells
  7. Silica-Based Nanovectors: From Mother Nature to Biomedical Applications
  8. Electroless Gold-Modified Diatoms as Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Supports
  9. One-pot synthesis of a gold nanoparticle–Vmh2 hydrophobin nanobiocomplex for glucose monitoring
  10. A Photolithographic Approach to Polymeric Microneedles Array Fabrication
  11. Porous Silicon-Based Optical Chemical Sensors
  12. Versatile synthesis of ZnO nanowires for quantitative optical sensing of molecular biorecognition
  13. Interaction of Thermus thermophilus ArsC enzyme and gold nanoparticles naked-eye assays speciation between As(III) and As(V)
  14. Hybrid organic–inorganic porous semiconductor transducer for multi-parameters sensing
  15. Photoluminescence characterization of ZnO nanowires functionalization
  16. Oligopeptide–heavy metal interaction monitoring by hybrid gold nanoparticle based assay
  17. Optical Characterization of Heavy Metal-Binding Proteins Bioconjugation on Porous Silicon Devices
  18. Biologically enabled sub-diffractive focusing
  19. Optical Properties of Diatom Nanostructured Biosilica in Arachnoidiscus sp: Micro-Optics from Mother Nature
  20. Sub-diffractive light confinement: A biological-based approach
  21. Nanostructured photonic biosensor for heavy metal detection design and development of porous silicon optical biosensors
  22. Aminosilane-modified mesoporous oxidized silicon for in situ oligonucleotides synthesis and detection
  23. Hydrophobin-coated plates as matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization sample support for peptide/protein analysis
  24. Combining focusing properties of a single diatom valve with optical eigenmodes in ultra-shrinking of light
  25. Diffuse Reflectance Infrared Fourier Transform Spectroscopy for the Determination of Asbestos Species in Bulk Building Materials
  26. Porous Silicon for Microdevices and Microsystems
  27. Porous Silicon for Microdevices and Microsystems
  28. Silicon based optical biochips for biomedical applications
  29. Hybrid bio/non-bio interfaces for protein-glucose interaction monitoring
  30. Plasmon-like surface states in negative refractive index photonic crystals
  31. Shedding light on diatom photonics by means of digital holography
  32. Lab-on-Chip Nanostructured Sensors for Chemical and Biological Applications
  33. Environmental Conditions Modulate the Switch among Different States of the Hydrophobin Vmh2 from Pleurotus ostreatus
  34. Comparison between Two FT-IR Spectroscopy Analytical Procedures for Micrograms Determination of Asbestos Species in Bulk Materials
  35. Optical trapping of porous silicon nanoparticles
  36. Numerical Optimization of a Microfluidic Assisted Microarray for the Detection of Biochemical Interactions
  37. A microfluidics assisted porous silicon array for optical label-free biochemical sensing
  38. A Mechanochemical Approach to Porous Silicon Nanoparticles Fabrication
  39. Modelling biochemical interactions in a microfluidic assisted porous silicon microarray for optical sensing
  40. Mapping electric fields generated by microelectrodes using optically trapped charged microspheres
  41. A natural source of porous biosilica for nanotech applications: the diatoms microalgae
  42. A porous silicon based microarray for label-free optical detection of DNA hybridization
  43. New perspectives and applications of silicon nanophotonics
  44. Biological passivation of porous silicon by a self-assembled nanometric biofilm of proteins
  45. Label-free biosensing by means of optical micro-ring resonator
  47. Porous Silicon Based Resonant Mirrors for Biochemical Sensing
  48. Active NIR filter with a free-standing porous silicon microcavity containing liquid crystal
  49. Protein-Modified Porous Silicon Nanostructures
  50. The Gas-Detection Properties of Light-Emitting Diatoms
  51. Integrated optical biosensors and biochips based on porous silicon technology
  52. TG, FT-IR and NMR characterization of n-C16H34 contaminated alumina and silica after mechanochemical treatment
  53. Confocal imaging of protein distributions in porous silicon optical structures
  54. Self-Assembled Biofilm of Hydrophobins Protects the Silicon Surface in the KOH Wet Etch Process
  55. Electrical Reorientation of Liquid Crystal within Silicon Macropore for Photonic Devices
  56. Playing with light in diatoms: small water organisms with a natural photonic crystal structure
  57. Aperiodic photonic bandgap devices based on nanostructured porous silicon
  58. Periodic versus aperiodic: Enhancing the sensitivity of porous silicon based optical sensors
  59. Optical properties of porous silicon Thue-Morse structures
  60. Quantitative measurements of hydro-alcoholic binary mixtures by porous silicon optical microsensors
  61. Porous silicon-based optical biosensors and biochips
  62. DNA Optical Detection Based on Porous Silicon Technology: from Biosensors to Biochips
  63. Quantitative analysis of capillary condensation in fractal-like porous silicon nanostructures
  64. Lensless light focusing with the centric marine diatom Coscinodiscus walesii
  65. Nanostructured silicon-based biosensors for the selective identification of analytes of social interest
  66. Resonant cavity enhanced optical microsensor for molecular interactions based on porous silicon
  67. Porous silicon-based optical microsensor for the detection of l-glutamine
  68. Marine diatoms as optical chemical sensors
  69. Pesticides detection in water and humic solutions using porous silicon technology
  70. Dynamical diffraction and band structure analysis application to the design of vapor sensors based on porous silicon microcavities
  71. Optical microsensors for pesticides identification based on porous silicon technology
  72. Dispersion of thermo-optic coefficient in porous silicon layers of different porosities
  73. Anodically bonded silicon-glass optical chip for biochemical sensing applications
  74. Nanostructures in Diatom Frustules: Functional Morphology of Valvocopulae in Cocconeidacean Monoraphid Taxa
  75. Photonic bandgap approach in designing microcavity-based optical sensors
  76. Optical sensing of flammable substances using porous silicon microcavities
  77. Porous silicon optical sensors for vapors, liquids, and biological molecules
  78. Porous silicon microcavities for sensing purposes: modeling and experimental results
  79. Milling effects upon quantitative determinations of chrysotile asbestos by the reference intensity ratio method
  80. Analysis of modal coupling between glassy and liquid crystal planar waveguides
  81. Nonlinear scattering in a polymeric blend
  82. Optical bistability due to the nonlinear light propagation in a synthesis blend of PMMA and vinyl rubber