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  1. V. Mulloni; L. Pavesi,
    Porous silicon microcavities as optical chemical sensors,
    in «APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS»,
    vol. 78,
    n. 18,
    , pp. 2523 -
    2525
  2. V. Mulloni; Z. Gaburro; L. Pavesi,
    Porous Silicon Microcavities as Optical and Electrical Chemical Sensors,
    in «PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI. A, APPLIED RESEARCH»,
    vol. 182,
    n. 1,
    , pp. 479 -
    484
  3. S. Lazarouk; S. Katsouba; A. Tomlinson; S. Benedetti; C. Mazzoleni; V. Mulloni; G. Mariotto; L. Pavesi,
    Optical characterization of reverse biased porous silicon light emitting diode,
    in «MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING B-SOLID STATE MATERIALS FOR ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY»,
    vol. 69-70,
    , pp. 114 -
    117
  4. V. Mulloni; L. Pavesi,
    Electrochemically oxidised porous silicon microcavities,
    in «MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING B-SOLID STATE MATERIALS FOR ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY»,
    vol. 69-70,
    , pp. 59 -
    65
  5. M. Dalla Serra;G. Menestrina,
    in «METHODS IN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY»,
    vol. 145,
    , pp. 171 -
    188
  6. L. Q. Gu;M. Dalla Serra;J. B. Vincent;G. Vigh;S. Cheley;O. Braha;H. Bayley,
    Reversal of charge selectivity in transmembrane protein pores by using noncovalent molecular adapters.,
    in «PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA»,
    vol. 97,
    , pp. 3959 -
    3964
  7. M. C. CAROTTA; G. MARTINELLI; L. CREMA; M. GALLANA; M. MERLI; G. GHIOTTI; E. TRAVERSA,
    Array of thick film sensors for environmental monitoring application,
    in «SENSORS AND ACTUATORS. B, CHEMICAL»,
    vol. 68,
    , pp. 1 -
    8
  8. I. Lorenzetti;A. Meneguzzi;G. Fracasso;C. Potrich;L. Costantini;E. Chiesa;G. Legname;G. Menestrina;G. Tridente;M. Colombatti,
    Genetic grafting of membrane-acting peptides to the cytotoxin dianthin augments its ability to de-stabilize lipid bilayers and enhances its cytotoxic potential as the component of transferrin-toxin conjugates.,
    in «INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CANCER»,
    vol. 86,
    , pp. 582 -
    589
  9. G. Anderluh;A. Barlic;C. Potrich;P. Macek;G. Menestrina,
    Lysine 77 is a key residue in aggregation of equinatoxin II, a pore-forming toxin from sea anemone Actinia equina.,
    in «THE JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY»,
    vol. 173,
    , pp. 47 -
    55
  10. C. Alvarez; M. Dalla Serra; C. Potrich; I. Bernhart; M. Tejuca; D. Martinez; I.F. Pazos; M.E. Lanio; G. Menestrina,
    Effects of lipid composition on membrane permeabilization by two cytolysins of the sea anemone Stichodactyla helianthus, St I and St II,
    in «MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY»,
    vol. 189,
    n. 1,
    , pp. 28 -
    28