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The primary function of Elbatech in this field is to discover and create new knowledge about scientific and technological topics for the purpose of the development of valuable new products, processes, and services. Essential and very important is the collaboration with researchers from Universities and research Institutions: their inputs give the way to the development of ideas and projects that, once developed to prototype level, returning to the world of research, for a depth validation.
We can quote among other, the realization of a SEM-integrated (ENEA, Casaccia, Italy), the realization of a motor-assisted AFM for large samples observation (Universita Cattolica, Roma),the design and the realization of label-free instruments for proteomics (Universita di Genova), the design and realization of innovative (bio)sensors with polimeric matrices (Universita di Genova),.... Additionally, ElbaTech has provided the Australian National University with a complete set of customized HV amplifiers for high energy studies.
Nicolini C. Adami M., Sartore M., Bragazzi N, Bavastrello V., Spera R., Pechkova E.
Prototypes of Organic and Biological Sensors of New Conception for Health and Environment (2012). Sensors, 12(12), 17112-17127, 2012
Sartore M., Eggenhoffner R., Bezerra Correia Terencio T., Stura E., Hainsworth, LaBaer J., Nicolini C.
Label-free detection of NAPPA via atomic force microscopy, in Functional Proteomics and Nanotechnology-based Microarrays, (Eds. Nicolini C., LaBaer J.) Pan Stanford Series on Nanobiotechnology, Singapore, Volume 2, Chapter 6, pp. 109-120, 2010.
Adami M., Sallam S., Eggenhoffner R., Sartore M., Hainsworth E., LaBaer J., Nicolini C
Label-free NAPPA via nanogravimetry, in Functional Proteomics and Nanotechnology-based Microarrays, (Eds. Nicolini C., LaBaer J.) Pan Stanford Series on Nanobiotechnology, London – New York – Singapore, Volume 2, Chapter 4, pp. 95-108, 2010
Eugenia Pechkova,Marco Sartore,Luca Giacomelli and Claudio Nicolini
REVIEW OFSCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS 78, 093704 2007 Atomic force microscopy of protein films and crystals
Manuela Adami, Sartore Marco, Claudio Nicolini
Electroanalysis 19, 2007, No. 12, 1288 – 1294 A Potentiometric Stripping Analyzer for Multianalyte Screening
M.K. Ram, M. Adami, S. Paddeu, C. Nicolini
Nanoassembly of glucose oxidase on the in situ self-assembled electrochemical characterizations, Nanotechnology 11, 112-119, 2000.
M.K. Ram, M. Adami, P. Faraci, C. Nicolini
Physical insight in the in-situ self-assembled films of polypyrrole, Polymer, 1, 7499-7505, 2000.
Sartore M., Pace R., Faraci P., Nardelli D., Adami M., Ram M.K., Nicolini C.
Controlled-atmosphere chamber for atomic force microscopy investigations, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 71,1-5, 2000.