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  • Antimicrobial and Disinfectant Susceptibility of Salmonella Serotypes Isolated from Swine Slaughterhouses. [Journal Article]
    Curr Microbiol. 2020 Jun; 77(6) Quadros CL, Manto L, … Dos Santos LR
  • Salmonella remains one of the most common foodborne pathogens worldwide, and its resistance to antimicrobials and disinfectants has increased considerably over the years. Thus, monitoring its resistance to products commonly used in swine production is indispensable for the development of strategies to reduce the occurrence of bacterial resistance. In this context, our aim was to detect Salmonella…
  • Morphological Transitions of Water Channels Induced by Vertical Vibrations. [Journal Article]
    Langmuir. 2018 10 30; 34(43):12882-12888.Sartori P, Bonato L, … Brinkmann M
  • We report the results of comprehensive experiments and numerical calculations of interfacial morphologies of water confined to the hydrophilic top face of rectangular posts subjected to vertical vibrations. In response to mechanical driving, an initially flat liquid channel is collected into a liquid bulge that forms in the center of the rectangular post if the acceleration exceeds a certain thre…
  • Adsorption on alumina nanopores with conical shape. [Journal Article]
    Nanoscale. 2018 Oct 04; 10(38):18300-18305.Bruschi L, Mistura G, … Lee W
  • Adsorption on porous solids depends on the morphology of the pores, the cylindrical one being the most studied in the literature. In this work, we present the first experimental investigation of adsorption and evaporation on conical nanopores produced by anodization of aluminium oxide. The pores are about 50 μm long, with the wide ends having a diameter of ∼79 nm and the narrow ones of ∼30 nm. Th…
  • Division of Ferrofluid Drops Induced by a Magnetic Field. [Journal Article]
    Langmuir. 2018 08 21; 34(33):9762-9767.Rigoni C, Bertoldo S, … Mistura G
  • We report a comprehensive study of the division of ferrofluid drops caused by their interaction with a permanent magnet. As the magnet gradually approaches the sessile drop, the drop deforms into a spiked cone and then divides into two daughter droplets. This process is the result of a complex interplay between the polarizing effect caused by the magnetic field and the magnetic attraction due to …
  • Italian pediatric nutrition survey. [Journal Article]
    Clin Nutr ESPEN. 2017 10; 21:72-78.Lezo A, Diamanti A, … SIGENP Nutrition Day Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: Malnutrition of any grade was observed in nearly 1/3 and stunting in 17% of the reported hospitalized children, and it is likely to be underrecognized as the nutritional support reached only a small part of the malnourished children.
  • Drugs and Lactation Database (LactMed): Carbachol [BOOK]
    . National Library of Medicine (US): Bethesda (MD)BOOK
  • No information is available on the use of carbachol ophthalmic drops during breastfeeding. Because of its short half-life, it is not likely to reach the bloodstream of the infant or cause any adverse effects in breastfed infants.
  • Dynamics of Ferrofluid Drops on Magnetically Patterned Surfaces. [Journal Article]
    Langmuir. 2018 07 31; 34(30):8917-8922.Rigoni C, Ferraro D, … Mistura G
  • The motion of liquid drops on solid surfaces is attracting a lot of attention because of its fundamental implications and wide technological applications. In this article, we present a comprehensive experimental study of the interaction between gravity-driven ferrofluid drops on very slippery oil-impregnated surfaces and a patterned magnetic field. The drop speed can be accurately tuned by the ma…
  • Wall accumulation of bacteria with different motility patterns. [Journal Article]
    Phys Rev E. 2018 Feb; 97(2-1):022610.Sartori P, Chiarello E, … Orlandini E
  • We systematically investigate the role of different swimming patterns on the concentration distribution of bacterial suspensions confined between two flat walls, by considering wild-type motility Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa, which perform Run and Tumble and Run and Reverse patterns, respectively. The experiments count motile bacteria at different distances from the bottom wall. In…
  • Wall fluidization in two acts: from stiff to soft roughness. [Journal Article]
    Soft Matter. 2018 Feb 14; 14(7):1088-1093.Derzsi L, Filippi D, … Pierno M
  • Fluidization of soft glassy materials (SGMs) in microfluidic channels is affected by the wall roughness in the form of microtexturing. When SGMs flow across microgrooves, their constituents are likely trapped within the grooves' gap, and the way they are released locally modifies the fluidization close to the walls. By leveraging a suitable combination of experiments and numerical simulations on …
  • Correlates of ideal cardiovascular health in European adolescents: The HELENA study. [Multicenter Study]
    Nutr Metab Cardiovasc Dis. 2018 02; 28(2):187-194.Henriksson P, Henriksson H, … HELENA Study Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: Since in our study older adolescents had worse iCVH than younger adolescents, early promotion of cardiovascular health may be important. Future studies may also investigate the usefulness of limiting television viewing to promote iCVH. Finally, since adolescents of mothers with low education had poorer iCVH, it may be of special interest to tailor public health promotion to adolescents from families with low socioeconomic status.
  • Adsorption on Nanopores of Different Cross Sections Made by Electron Beam Nanolithography. [Journal Article]
    Langmuir. 2018 01 09; 34(1):106-114.Bruschi L, Mistura G, … De Angelis F
  • Adsorption on nanoporous matrices is characterized by a pronounced hysteresis loop in the adsorption isotherm, when the substrate is loaded and unloaded with adsorbate, the origin of which is a matter of immense debate in the literature. In this work, we report a study of argon adsorption at 85 K on nonconnecting nanopores with one end closed to the surrounding where the effects of different pore…
  • A conceptual framework for the collection of food products in a Total Diet Study. [Journal Article]
    Food Addit Contam Part A Chem Anal Control Expo Risk Assess. 2018 Feb; 35(2):171-190.Turrini A, Lombardi-Boccia G, … Volatier JL
  • A total diet study (TDS) provides representative and realistic data for assessing the dietary intake of chemicals, such as contaminants and residues, and nutrients, at a population level. Reproducing the diet through collection of customarily consumed foods and their preparation as habitually eaten is crucial to ensure representativeness, i.e., all relevant foods are included and all potential di…
  • Fluidization and wall slip of soft glassy materials by controlled surface roughness. [Journal Article]
    Phys Rev E. 2017 May; 95(5-1):052602.Derzsi L, Filippi D, … Garstecki P
  • We present a comprehensive study of concentrated emulsions flowing in microfluidic channels, one wall of which is patterned with micron-size equally spaced grooves oriented perpendicularly to the flow direction. We find a scaling law describing the roughness-induced fluidization as a function of the density of the grooves, thus fluidization can be predicted and quantitatively regulated. This sugg…
  • Stretching of viscoelastic drops in steady sliding. [Journal Article]
    Soft Matter. 2017 May 03; 13(17):3116-3124.Varagnolo S, Filippi D, … Sbragaglia M
  • The sliding of non-Newtonian drops down planar surfaces results in a complex, entangled balance between interfacial forces and non-linear viscous dissipation, which has been scarcely inspected. In particular, a detailed understanding of the role played by the polymer flexibility and the resulting elasticity of the polymer solution is still lacking. To this aim, we have considered polyacrylamide (…
  • TDS exposure project: How and when to consider seasonalityin a total diet study? [Journal Article]
    Food Chem Toxicol. 2017 Jul; 105:119-126.Fabrice Elegbede C, Papadopoulos A, … Sirot V
  • Seasonality is a key issue of total diet studies (TDS), as season may impact consumption patterns and concentrations of food chemicals, then exposure levels. This work aimed at analyzing the impact on dietary exposure of different options of seasonality management, to propose guidelines for TDS sampling. Dietary exposure to nine chemicals was assessed for adults and children from the second Frenc…
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