Frigerio R , Musicò A, Brucale M, Ridolfi A, Galbiati S, Vago R, Bergamaschi G, Ferretti AM, Chiari M, Valle F, Gori A, Cretich M.
Cells. 2021 Mar 4;10(3):544.
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Caselli L , Ridolfi A, Cardellini J, Sharpnack L, Paolini L, Brucale M, Valle F, Montis C, Bergese P, Berti D.
Nanoscale Horiz. 2021 Jun 28;6(7):543-550.
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Training Activitiesdownload PDF
Integrated modular system forproduction of EVsdownload PDF
Nanoparticles and organized lipid assemblies: from interaction to design of hybrid soft devices.
M. Mendozza, L. Caselli, A. Salvatore, C. Montis*and D. Berti*. Soft Matter, 2019,15, 8951-8970.
Repository link: https://flore.unifi.it/handle/2158/1175074.2#.YDYmTpNKhsMdownload PDF
Biogenic supported lipid bilayers as a tool to investigate nano-bio interfaces
C. Montis, A. Salvatore, F. Valle, L. Paolini. F. Carlà, P. Bergese, D. Berti. J Colloid Interface Sci. June 2020, 570: 340-349.
By combining DLD with electric fields (eDLD), Prof. Tegenfeldt's group show separation of a variety of nano and micro-sized particles primarily by their zeta potential – which is correlated to their surface charge.
The evFOUNDRY consortium develops an AFM-based method for the high-throughput nanomechanical and morphological measurement of individual EVs
evFOUNDRY researchers in collaboration with Andrea Zendrini - to date post-doc researcher at Università degli Studi di Brescia and at Università Cattolica di Piacenza - published a protocol that describes how to assign purity grade and titrate extracellular vesicle solutions of a few microliters. The assay is an augmented version of the COlorimetric NANoplasmonic (CONAN) assay developed in 2015 by Paolo Bergese's group. It has been implemented in the first year of activity of evFOUNDRY, being now part of the standard operating procedures (SOPs) for preparing quality standard nanosized EVs from bovine milk and Ascaris media.
evFOUNDRY researchers of the University of Brescia and CSGI explain on the first 2020 issue of Biomaterials Science how scientists are learning to exploit the wealth of nanoparticles that populate the secretome, such as extracellular vesicles and lipoproteins. The review article has been also featured in the issue back cover.
The 1ST CLUSTERING EVENT FOR EXTRACELLULAR VESICLES FET-OPEN PROJECTS, held in Palermo in November 06th 2019, involved the 5 EU funded ongoing FET OPEN projects on EVs, counting participation of 34 research and industrial organizations from 15 EU countries. The first collective action of the newborn cluster was producing the attached position document, the evMANIFESTO, which aims at highlighting the current EU effort in EV research within the FET program and the urgency of introducing and securing more firmly the EV-related theme as a cornerstone in the research agenda in EU.download PDF
DOI link: https://doi.org/10.1002/admt.201900339
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Poster used to present evFOUNDRY at ISEV2019.
CSGI, Department of Chemistry University of Florence,
via della Lastruccia 3, 50019 Florence (Italy)
CSGI, Department of Molecular and Translational Medicine, University of Brescia, Viale Europa 11, 25123 Brescia, Italy
CSGI, Department of Chemistry University of Florence, via della Lastruccia 3, 50019 Florence (Italy)
evFOUNDRY has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 801367