V. Mussi, M. Ledda, D. Polese, L. Maiolo, D. Paria, I. Barman, M.G. Lolli, A. Lisi, and A. Convertino
Silver-coated silicon nanowire platform discriminates genomic DNA from normal and malignant human epithelial cells using label-free Raman spectroscopy
Materials Science and Engineering C 122, 111951 (2021)

V. Mussi, M. Ledda, A. Convertino, and A. Lisi
Raman Mapping of Biological Systems Interacting with a Disordered Nanostructured Surface: A Simple and Powerful Approach to the Label-Free Analysis of Single DNA Bases
Micromachines 12, 264 (2021)

D. Paria, A. Convertino, V. Mussi, L. Maiolo, and I. Barman
Silver-Coated Disordered Silicon Nanowires Provide Highly Sensitive Label-Free Glycated Albumin Detection through Molecular Trapping and Plasmonic Hotspot Formation
Advanced Healthcare Materials 10, 2001110 (2020)

V. Mussi
Nanostructured substrates for biomedical applications
Edorium Open 1, 4-8 (2018)

A. Convertino, V. Mussi, L. Maiolo, M. Ledda, M. G. Lolli, F. A. Bovino, G. Fortunato, and M. Rocchia, and A. Lisi
Array of disordered silicon nanowires coated by a gold film for combined NIR photothermal treatment of cancer cells and Raman monitoring of the process evolution
Nanotechnology 29, 415102 (2018)

V. Mussi, A. Convertino, L. Maiolo, M. Rocchia,
Using Raman microscopy to monitor the surface modifications of disordered array of gold (Au) covered silicon nanowires for SERS biosensing
Application Note Thermo Fisher Scientific (2018)

A. Convertino, V. Mussi, and L. Maiolo
Disordered array of Au covered Silicon nanowires for SERS biosensing combined with electrochemical detection
Scientific Reports 6, 25099 (2016)

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