15 Works

Predicting the cytotoxicity of nanomaterials through explainable, extreme gradient boosting

Allegra Conti, Luisa Campagnolo, Stefano Diciotti, Antonio Pietroiusti & Nicola Toschi
Nanoparticles (NPs) are a wide class of materials currently used in several industrial and biomedical applications. Due to their small size (1-100 nm), NPs can easily enter the human body, inducing tissue damage. NP toxicity depends on physical and chemical NP properties (e.g., size, charge and surface area) in ways and magnitudes that are still unknown. We assess the average as well as the individual importance of NP atomic descriptors, along with chemical properties and...

Predicting the cytotoxicity of nanomaterials through explainable, extreme gradient boosting

Allegra Conti, Luisa Campagnolo, Stefano Diciotti, Antonio Pietroiusti & Nicola Toschi
Nanoparticles (NPs) are a wide class of materials currently used in several industrial and biomedical applications. Due to their small size (1-100 nm), NPs can easily enter the human body, inducing tissue damage. NP toxicity depends on physical and chemical NP properties (e.g., size, charge and surface area) in ways and magnitudes that are still unknown. We assess the average as well as the individual importance of NP atomic descriptors, along with chemical properties and...

Research Data for Evaluation of the predictive factors of the short-term effects of a multidisciplinary rehabilitation in COVID-19 survivors

Valentina Barbieri, Luca Scarabel, Laura Bertella, Federica Scarpina, Nicola Schiavone, Laura Perucca & Paolo Rossi
Research Data for Evaluation of the predictive factors of the short-term effects of a multidisciplinary rehabilitation in COVID-19 survivors by Valentina Barbieri, Luca Scarabel, Laura Bertella, Federica Scarpina, Nicola Schiavone, Laura Perucca and Paolo Rossi in Journal of International Medical Research

Extending resolution within a single imaging frame.

Esley Torres-García, Raúl Pinto-Cámara, Alejandro Linares, Damián Martínez, Víctor Abonza, Eduardo Brito-Alarcón, Carlos Calcines-Cruz, Gustavo Valdés-Galindo, David Torres, Martina Jabloñski, Héctor H Torres-Martínez, José L Martínez, Haydee O Hernández, José P Ocelotl-Oviedo, Yasel Garcés, Marco Barchi, Rocco D'Antuono, Ana Bošković, Joseph G Dubrovsky, Alberto Darszon, Mariano G Buffone, Roberto Rodríguez Morales, Juan Manuel Rendon-Mancha, Christopher D Wood, Armando Hernández-García … & Adán Guerrero
The resolution of fluorescence microscopy images is limited by the physical properties of light. In the last decade, numerous super-resolution microscopy (SRM) approaches have been proposed to deal with such hindrance. Here we present Mean-Shift Super Resolution (MSSR), a new SRM algorithm based on the Mean Shift theory, which extends spatial resolution of single fluorescence images beyond the diffraction limit of light. MSSR works on low and high fluorophore densities, is not limited by the...

Supplemental Material - Validity and Reliability of Caregiver Contribution to Self-Care of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Inventory and Caregiver Self-Efficacy in Contributing to Self-Care Scale

Maria Matarese, Roberta Pendoni, Davide Ausili, Ercole Vellone & Maddalena De Maria
Supplementary Material for Validity and Reliability of Caregiver Contribution to Self-Care of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Inventory and Caregiver Self-Efficacy in Contributing to Self-Care Scale by Maria Matarese, Roberta Pendoni, Davide Ausili, Ercole Vellone, and Maddalena De Maria in Evaluation & the Health Professions.

Supplemental Material - Validity and Reliability of Caregiver Contribution to Self-Care of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Inventory and Caregiver Self-Efficacy in Contributing to Self-Care Scale

Maria Matarese, Roberta Pendoni, Davide Ausili, Ercole Vellone & Maddalena De Maria
Supplementary Material for Validity and Reliability of Caregiver Contribution to Self-Care of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Inventory and Caregiver Self-Efficacy in Contributing to Self-Care Scale by Maria Matarese, Roberta Pendoni, Davide Ausili, Ercole Vellone, and Maddalena De Maria in Evaluation & the Health Professions.

Research Data for Evaluation of the predictive factors of the short-term effects of a multidisciplinary rehabilitation in COVID-19 survivors

Valentina Barbieri, Luca Scarabel, Laura Bertella, Federica Scarpina, Nicola Schiavone, Laura Perucca & Paolo Rossi
Research Data for Evaluation of the predictive factors of the short-term effects of a multidisciplinary rehabilitation in COVID-19 survivors by Valentina Barbieri, Luca Scarabel, Laura Bertella, Federica Scarpina, Nicola Schiavone, Laura Perucca and Paolo Rossi in Journal of International Medical Research

The transfer of architectural heritage as a transcultural tool

Fabio Colonnese, Maria Grazia DÁ melio & Lorenzo Grieco
The story of King Ezana’s Obelisk of Axum and its Italian exile represents the epitomic example of the cultural and political implications of relocating architecture. The 4thcentury CE stele in basaltic stone, which stood broken in Axum, modern Ethiopia, was taken as war booty by the Italian troops after the military occupation of 1935. In 1937, the obelisk was transferred to Rome and re-erected in front of the Ministry of Italian Africa, overlooking the Circus...

Supplemental Material - Does Connectedness Matter? The Association Between Mutuality and Job Satisfaction Among Home Health Aides Caring for Adults With Heart Failure

Ariel Shalev, Joanna B. Ringel, Barbara Riegel, Ercole Vellone, Michael A. Stawnychy, Monika Safford, Parag Goyal, Emma Tsui, Emily Franzosa, Jennifer Reckrey & Madeline Sterling
Supplementary Material for Does Connectedness Matter? The Association Between Mutuality and Job Satisfaction Among Home Health Aides Caring for Adults With Heart Failure by Ariel Shalev, Joanna B. Ringel, Barbara Riegel, Ercole Vellone, Michael A. Stawnychy, Monika Safford, Parag Goyal, Emma Tsui, Emily Franzosa, Jennifer Reckrey, and Madeline Sterling in Journal of Applied Gerontology.

Additional file 1 of Combined mitoxantrone and anti-TGFβ treatment with PD-1 blockade enhances antitumor immunity by remodelling the tumor immune landscape in neuroblastoma

Valeria Lucarini, Ombretta Melaiu, Silvia D’Amico, Fabio Pastorino, Patrizia Tempora, Marco Scarsella, Marco Pezzullo, Adele De Ninno, Valentina D’Oria, Michele Cilli, Laura Emionite, Paola Infante, Lucia Di Marcotullio, Maria Antonietta De Ioris, Giovanni Barillari, Rita Alaggio, Luca Businaro, Mirco Ponzoni, Franco Locatelli & Doriana Fruci
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Flow-cytometry analysis of tumor-infiltrating immune cells in mouse NB models. Fig. S2. Immune content of cisplatin- and vincristine-treated 975A2 tumors. Fig. S3. Immune content of drug-treated 975A2 tumors. Fig. S4. Effect of anti-TGFβ treatment on immune content of 975A2 tumors. Fig. S5. Effect of combined drug treatment on the recall and activation of CD8+ T cells and NK cells. Fig. S6. Treatment of mitoxantrone in combination with TGFβ and PD-1...

Additional file 1 of Combined mitoxantrone and anti-TGFβ treatment with PD-1 blockade enhances antitumor immunity by remodelling the tumor immune landscape in neuroblastoma

Valeria Lucarini, Ombretta Melaiu, Silvia D’Amico, Fabio Pastorino, Patrizia Tempora, Marco Scarsella, Marco Pezzullo, Adele De Ninno, Valentina D’Oria, Michele Cilli, Laura Emionite, Paola Infante, Lucia Di Marcotullio, Maria Antonietta De Ioris, Giovanni Barillari, Rita Alaggio, Luca Businaro, Mirco Ponzoni, Franco Locatelli & Doriana Fruci
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. Flow-cytometry analysis of tumor-infiltrating immune cells in mouse NB models. Fig. S2. Immune content of cisplatin- and vincristine-treated 975A2 tumors. Fig. S3. Immune content of drug-treated 975A2 tumors. Fig. S4. Effect of anti-TGFβ treatment on immune content of 975A2 tumors. Fig. S5. Effect of combined drug treatment on the recall and activation of CD8+ T cells and NK cells. Fig. S6. Treatment of mitoxantrone in combination with TGFβ and PD-1...

Additional file 1 of Proteomic analysis identifies a signature of disease severity in the plasma of COVID-19 pneumonia patients associated to neutrophil, platelet and complement activation

Fabiola Ciccosanti, Manuela Antonioli, Alessandra Sacchi, Stefania Notari, Anna Farina, Alessia Beccacece, Marisa Fusto, Alessandra Vergori, Gianpiero D’Offizi, Fabrizio Taglietti, Andrea Antinori, Emanuele Nicastri, Luisa Marchioni, Fabrizio Palmieri, Giuseppe Ippolito, Mauro Piacentini, Chiara Agrati & Gian Maria Fimia
Additional file 1: Tables S1: Demographics, clinical baseline characteristics, therapy and cause of death of COVID-19 patients.

Additional file 1 of Proteomic analysis identifies a signature of disease severity in the plasma of COVID-19 pneumonia patients associated to neutrophil, platelet and complement activation

Fabiola Ciccosanti, Manuela Antonioli, Alessandra Sacchi, Stefania Notari, Anna Farina, Alessia Beccacece, Marisa Fusto, Alessandra Vergori, Gianpiero D’Offizi, Fabrizio Taglietti, Andrea Antinori, Emanuele Nicastri, Luisa Marchioni, Fabrizio Palmieri, Giuseppe Ippolito, Mauro Piacentini, Chiara Agrati & Gian Maria Fimia
Additional file 1: Tables S1: Demographics, clinical baseline characteristics, therapy and cause of death of COVID-19 patients.

Extending resolution within a single imaging frame.

Esley Torres-García, Raúl Pinto-Cámara, Alejandro Linares, Damián Martínez, Víctor Abonza, Eduardo Brito-Alarcón, Carlos Calcines-Cruz, Gustavo Valdés-Galindo, David Torres, Martina Jabloñski, Héctor H Torres-Martínez, José L Martínez, Haydee O Hernández, José P Ocelotl-Oviedo, Yasel Garcés, Marco Barchi, Rocco D'Antuono, Ana Bošković, Joseph G Dubrovsky, Alberto Darszon, Mariano G Buffone, Roberto Rodríguez Morales, Juan Manuel Rendon-Mancha, Christopher D Wood, Armando Hernández-García … & Adán Guerrero
The resolution of fluorescence microscopy images is limited by the physical properties of light. In the last decade, numerous super-resolution microscopy (SRM) approaches have been proposed to deal with such hindrance. Here we present Mean-Shift Super Resolution (MSSR), a new SRM algorithm based on the Mean Shift theory, which extends spatial resolution of single fluorescence images beyond the diffraction limit of light. MSSR works on low and high fluorophore densities, is not limited by the...

Supplemental Material - Does Connectedness Matter? The Association Between Mutuality and Job Satisfaction Among Home Health Aides Caring for Adults With Heart Failure

Ariel Shalev, Joanna B. Ringel, Barbara Riegel, Ercole Vellone, Michael A. Stawnychy, Monika Safford, Parag Goyal, Emma Tsui, Emily Franzosa, Jennifer Reckrey & Madeline Sterling
Supplementary Material for Does Connectedness Matter? The Association Between Mutuality and Job Satisfaction Among Home Health Aides Caring for Adults With Heart Failure by Ariel Shalev, Joanna B. Ringel, Barbara Riegel, Ercole Vellone, Michael A. Stawnychy, Monika Safford, Parag Goyal, Emma Tsui, Emily Franzosa, Jennifer Reckrey, and Madeline Sterling in Journal of Applied Gerontology.

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