Sergio E Moya


Country: Spain


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    Diamanti E, Andreozzi P, Anguiano R, Yate L, Gregurec D, Politakos N, et al. The effect of top-layer chemistry on the formation of supported lipid bilayers on polyelectrolyte multilayers: primary versus quaternary amines. Phys Chem Chem Phys. 2016;18:32396-32405 pubmed
  2. Diamanti E, Gutiérrez Pineda E, Politakos N, Andreozzi P, Rodriguez Presa M, Knoll W, et al. Gramicidin ion channels in a lipid bilayer supported on polyelectrolyte multilayer films: an electrochemical impedance study. Soft Matter. 2017;13:8922-8929 pubmed publisher
    ..Lipid layers carrying GA display a higher conductance for K+ than for Na+ and are blocked in the presence of Ca2+. ..
  3. Fleddermann J, Diamanti E, Azinas S, Košutić M, Dähne L, Estrela Lopis I, et al. Virosome engineering of colloidal particles and surfaces: bioinspired fusion to supported lipid layers. Nanoscale. 2016;8:7933-41 pubmed publisher
    ..Virosome fusion offers a new strategy for transferring biological functions on artificial supported membranes with potential applications in targeted delivery and sensing. ..
  4. Donath E, Vardanyan I, Meyer S, Murray R, Moya S, Navoyan Z, et al. A typical diffusion monitored by flow cytometry: slow diffusion of small molecules in polyelectrolyte multilayers. Nanoscale. 2018;10:765-772 pubmed publisher
    ..However, by assuming that the diffusion coefficient is time dependent and follows an inverse power law in an atypical diffusion case, it was possible to obtain an excellent fit for the decay curves. ..
  5. Andreozzi P, Ricci C, Porcel J, Moretti P, Di Silvio D, Amenitsch H, et al. Mechanistic study of the nucleation and conformational changes of polyamines in presence of phosphate ions. J Colloid Interface Sci. 2019;543:335-342 pubmed publisher
    ..Isothermal Titration Calorimetry (ITC) showed that PAN formation is an exothermic process and the association of phosphates below the critical PB concentration is entropically controlled. ..
  6. Qiu Y, Rojas E, Murray R, Irigoyen J, Gregurec D, Castro Hartmann P, et al. Cell uptake, intracellular distribution, fate and reactive oxygen species generation of polymer brush engineered CeO(2-x) NPs. Nanoscale. 2015;7:6588-98 pubmed publisher
    ..They also show higher co-localisation with lipid bodies when compared to unmodified CeO(2-x) NPs. The brush coating does not prevent CeO(2-x) NPs from displaying antioxidant properties. ..
  7. Di Silvio D, Silvestri A, Lay L, Polito L, Moya S. Impact of ConcanavalinA affinity in the intracellular fate of Protein Corona on Glucosamine Au nanoparticles. Sci Rep. 2018;8:9046 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results show that the affinity of NPs functionalized with a ligand with affinity for a specific protein in bulk is retained intracellularly influencing NP fate and translocation. ..
  8. Diamanti E, Muzzio N, Gregurec D, Irigoyen J, Pasquale M, Azzaroni O, et al. Impact of thermal annealing on wettability and antifouling characteristics of alginate poly-l-lysine polyelectrolyte multilayer films. Colloids Surf B Biointerfaces. 2016;145:328-337 pubmed publisher
    ..This work proposes a simple method to endow bio-PEMs with antifouling characteristics and tune their wettability. ..
  9. Muzzio N, Pasquale M, Diamanti E, Gregurec D, Moro M, Azzaroni O, et al. Enhanced antiadhesive properties of chitosan/hyaluronic acid polyelectrolyte multilayers driven by thermal annealing: Low adherence for mammalian cells and selective decrease in adhesion for Gram-positive bacteria. Mater Sci Eng C Mater Biol Appl. 2017;80:677-687 pubmed publisher
    ..The changes in mammalian cell and bacteria adhesion correlate with the changes in topography of the chitosan/hyaluronic PEMs from a rough fibrillar 3D structure to a smoother and planar surface after thermal annealing. ..