Papers from the Nanomechanics Team

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SARS-CoV-2 variants

Brunetti, G., De Pastina, A. and Hegner, M. (2021) Quantitative epitope analysis reveals drastic 63% reduced immuno-affinity and 60% enhanced transmissibility for SARS-CoV-2 variants. Nanoscale Advances 3, 6903–6911; DOI: 10.1039/d1na00554e
Direct label-free analysis of SARS-CoV2 variants side by side.
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Brunetti, G., De Pastina, A. and Hegner, M. (2021) Rapid Label-free Nanotechnological Immunoassay for Analysis of Candidate Malaria Vaccines. Appl. Cell Biol. 9 (2) 29-32 DOI: 10.53043/2320-1991.acb90006
Commentary to Brunetti et al Nanoscale 2021 (Nanotechnological immunoassay ...).
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Frequency Tracking

De Pastina, A., Padovani, F., Brunetti, G., Rotella, C., Niosi, F., Usov. V. and Hegner, M. (2021) Multimodal real-time frequency tracking of cantilever arrays in liquid environment for biodetection: Comprehensive setup and performance analysis. Review of Scientific Instruments 92, 065001, DOI: 10.1063/5.0047631
Multi PLL tracking of higher mode cantilever arrays with 18 sensors in fluids.
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Front cover of Namoscale

Brunetti, G., Padovani, F., De Pastina, A., Rotella,C., Monahan, A., Hoffman, S., Jongo, S., Abdulla, S., Corradin, G., Pluschke, G., Daubenberger, C. and Hegner, M. (2021) Nanotechnological immunoassay for rapid label-free analysis of candidate malaria vaccines. Nanoscale 13, 2338 - 2349 DOI: 10.1039/D0NR08083G
Quick, quantitative label-free diagnostics of malaria vaccine candidates.
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