While bridging the gap between the atomic structures and bulk matters, nanomaterials are of great interests for fundamental understanding as well as for different application perspectives.
Academician Professor Claudio Nicolini
Editor-in-Chief NanoWorld Journal, Plano, Texas, USA from its origin on January 1 2015
- President, Fondazione ELBA Nicolini_Bergamo-Italy_1993
- Foreign Member Russian Academy of Sciences_2008
- Honoris Causa Professor Nanobiotechnology & Biophysics, Lomonosov Moscow State University _2010
- President and CEO NanoWorld High tech LLC, Tempe, Arizona (USA)_2017
- Professor of Molecular Sciences, Arizona State University, Tempe (USA)_2018
ISSN: 2379-1101 | IC Value 2016: 96.63
Abstracted/Indexed in: CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service), SHERPA/RoMEO, Genamics, OCLC â WorldCat, J-Gate, Index Copernicus, Google Scholar and Electronic Journals Library
In this article, polymer/graphene nanocomposite has been focused with reference to their application in biosensor. In this regard, various type of biosensors-based on polymer/graphene nanocomposite has been explored.
Pharmacological Activity of Biosynthesized Gold Nanoparticles from Brown Algae- Seaweed Turbinaria conoides
Anuradha Venkatraman, Syed Ali Mohamed Yahoob, Yogananth Nagarajan, Sheeba Harikrishnan, Suganya Vasudevan, et al
The purpose of in vitro testing in the present study is to demonstrate the antidiabetic activity and anti-inflammatory activity of biosynthesized gold nanoparticle (AuNp) from Turbinaria conoides.
Alexey N. Fedorov and Maria S. Yurkova
In this review, we discuss the potential of molecular chaperones belonging to GroEL family as applied to different practical uses. The GroEL, often referred to as chaperonin, plays a fundamental role in protein folding in cells and is essential for the proper folding of a number of proteins.
Claudio Larosa, Stefano Fiordoro, Claudio Nicolini and Eugenia Pechkova
Alternative approaches to solve the complexity of protein function in the proteomic field required new arrays in nano-micro-scale dimension. Anodic Porous Alumina (APA), a geometrically ordered inorganic oxide, grown from ultrapure aluminum by anodic oxidation, was used in this work as an ordered array for the confinement of protein molecules by spin-coating technique.
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