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Giorgio Gianini Morbioli
Giorgio Gianini Morbioli
Postdoctoral Scholar, Tufts University
Verified email at tufts.edu
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Technical aspects and challenges of colorimetric detection with microfluidic paper-based analytical devices (μPADs)-A review
GG Morbioli, T Mazzu-Nascimento, AM Stockton, E Carrilho
Analytica chimica acta 970, 1-22, 2017
3792017
Teratogens: a public health issue–a Brazilian overview
T Mazzu-Nascimento, DG Melo, GG Morbioli, E Carrilho, FSL Vianna, ...
Genetics and Molecular Biology 40, 387-397, 2017
612017
A practical guide to rapid-prototyping of PDMS-based microfluidic devices: A tutorial
GG Morbioli, NC Speller, AM Stockton
Analytica chimica acta 1135, 150-174, 2020
532020
Improving sample distribution homogeneity in three-dimensional microfluidic paper-based analytical devices by rational device design
GG Morbioli, T Mazzu-Nascimento, LA Milan, AM Stockton, E Carrilho
Analytical chemistry 89 (9), 4786-4792, 2017
532017
Cutting edge microfluidics: Xurography and a microwave
NC Speller, GG Morbioli, ME Cato, TP Cantrell, EM Leydon, BE Schmidt, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 291, 250-256, 2019
522019
Development and statistical assessment of a paper-based immunoassay for detection of tumor markers
T Mazzu-Nascimento, GG Morbioli, LA Milan, FC Donofrio, CA Mestriner, ...
Analytica Chimica Acta 950, 156-161, 2017
512017
Towards low-cost bioanalytical tools for sarcosine assays for cancer diagnostics
T Mazzu-Nascimento, PAGC Leão, JR Catai, GG Morbioli, E Carrilho
Analytical methods 8 (40), 7312-7318, 2016
342016
Rapid and low-cost development of microfluidic devices using wax printing and microwave treatment
GG Morbioli, NC Speller, ME Cato, TP Cantrell, AM Stockton
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 284, 650-656, 2019
332019
Recombinant drugs-on-a-chip: The usage of capillary electrophoresis and trends in miniaturized systems–A review
GG Morbioli, T Mazzu-Nascimento, A Aquino, C Cervantes, E Carrilho
Analytica chimica acta 935, 44-57, 2016
242016
Improved assessment of accuracy and performance indicators in paper-based ELISA
T Mazzu-Nascimento, GG Morbioli, LA Milan, DF Silva, FC Donofrio, ...
Analytical methods 9 (18), 2644-2653, 2017
162017
Green, low-cost, user-friendly, and elastomeric (GLUE) microfluidics
NC Speller, GG Morbioli, ME Cato, ZA Duca, AM Stockton
ACS Applied Polymer Materials 2 (3), 1345-1355, 2020
142020
based microfluidics immunoassay for detection of Canine Distemper Virus
T Mazzu-Nascimento, FC Donofrio, BC Bianchi, RF Travensolo, JB Souza, ...
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology 60, 2018
92018
Characterization and evaluation of ionic liquids for use in rapidly-actuated hydraulic microvalves
NC Speller, GG Morbioli, ME Cato, JL McNeice, AM Stockton
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 303, 127124, 2020
82020
Funcionalização de celulose para ensaios bioanalíticos em dispositivos microfluídicos baseados em papel (μPADs)
GG Morbioli
Universidade de São Paulo, 2015
72015
A miniaturized, low-cost lens tube based laser-induced fluorescence detection system for automated microfluidic analysis of primary amines
ZA Duca, NC Speller, ME Cato, GG Morbioli, AM Stockton
Talanta 241, 123227, 2022
52022
The ACE2 receptor accelerates but is not biochemically required for SARS-CoV-2 membrane fusion
M Cervantes, T Hess, GG Morbioli, A Sengar, PM Kasson
Chemical Science 14 (25), 6997-7004, 2023
42023
How are these devices manufactured?
GG Morbioli, T Mazzu-Nascimento, AM Stockton, E Carrilho
Paper-based Diagnostics: current status and future applications, 89-122, 2019
42019
Direct Processing and Storage of Cell-free Plasma using Dried Plasma Spot Cards
KR Baillargeon, GG Morbioli, JC Brooks, PR Miljanic, CR Mace
ACS Measurement Science Au 2 (5), 457-465, 2022
32022
An automated low-cost modular hardware and software platform for versatile programmable microfluidic device testing and development
GG Morbioli, NC Speller, ME Cato, AM Stockton
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 346, 130538, 2021
32021
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