Ilaria Rea
Ilaria Rea
Institute for Microelectronics and Microsystems-CNR
Verified email at na.imm.cnr.it
TitleCited byYear
DNA optical detection based on porous silicon technology: from biosensors to biochips
L De Stefano, P Arcari, A Lamberti, C Sanges, L Rotiroti, I Rea, I Rendina
Sensors 7 (2), 214-221, 2007
1122007
Lensless light focusing with the centric marine diatom Coscinodiscus walesii
L De Stefano, I Rea, I Rendina, M De Stefano, L Moretti
Optics Express 15 (26), 18082-18088, 2007
1102007
Photonic band gaps analysis of Thue-Morse multilayers made of porous silicon
L Moretti, I Rea, L Rotiroti, I Rendina, G Abbate, A Marino, L De Stefano
Optics Express 14 (13), 6264-6272, 2006
742006
Nano-biosilica from marine diatoms: A brand new material for photonic applications
L De Stefano, P Maddalena, L Moretti, I Rea, I Rendina, E De Tommasi, ...
Superlattices and Microstructures 46 (1-2), 84-89, 2009
702009
Periodic versus aperiodic: Enhancing the sensitivity of porous silicon based optical sensors
L Moretti, I Rea, L De Stefano, I Rendina
Applied physics letters 90 (19), 191112, 2007
672007
A mechanochemical approach to porous silicon nanoparticles fabrication
L Russo, F Colangelo, R Cioffi, I Rea, LD Stefano
Materials 4 (6), 1023-1033, 2011
632011
Self-assembled biofilm of hydrophobins protects the silicon surface in the KOH wet etch process
L De Stefano, I Rea, A Armenante, P Giardina, M Giocondo, I Rendina
Langmuir 23 (15), 7920-7922, 2007
592007
Porous silicon-based optical biosensors and biochips
I Rendina, I Rea, L Rotiroti, L De Stefano
Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures 38 (1-2), 188-192, 2007
582007
Multi-wavelength study of light transmitted through a single marine centric diatom
E De Tommasi, I Rea, V Mocella, L Moretti, M De Stefano, I Rendina, ...
Optics express 18 (12), 12203-12212, 2010
572010
A very sensitive porous silicon based humidity sensor
G Di Francia, A Castaldo, E Massera, I Nasti, L Quercia, I Rea
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 111, 135-139, 2005
562005
Porous silicon-based optical biochips
L De Stefano, L Rotiroti, I Rea, L Moretti, G Di Francia, E Massera, ...
Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics 8 (7), S540, 2006
502006
Improvement of stability and recovery time in porous-silicon-based NO2 sensor
E Massera, I Nasti, L Quercia, I Rea, G Di Francia
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 102 (2), 195-197, 2004
502004
Optical properties of diatom nanostructured biosilica in Arachnoidiscus sp: micro-optics from mother nature
MA Ferrara, P Dardano, L De Stefano, I Rea, G Coppola, I Rendina, ...
PLoS One 9 (7), e103750, 2014
492014
Porous silicon based resonant mirrors for biochemical sensing
E De Tommasi, L De Stefano, I Rea, V Di Sarno, L Rotiroti, P Arcari, ...
Sensors 8 (10), 6549-6556, 2008
472008
Fabrication and characterization of a porous silicon based microarray for label-free optical monitoring of biomolecular interactions
I Rea, A Lamberti, I Rendina, G Coppola, M Gioffrè, M Iodice, M Casalino, ...
Journal of Applied Physics 107 (1), 014513, 2010
462010
Optical characterization of aminosilane-modified silicon dioxide surface for biosensing
M Terracciano, I Rea, J Politi, L De Stefano
Journal of the European Optical Society-Rapid publications 8, 2013
452013
Protein‐Modified Porous Silicon Nanostructures
L De Stefano, I Rea, P Giardina, A Armenante, I Rendina
Advanced Materials 20 (8), 1529-1533, 2008
432008
Diatomite biosilica nanocarriers for siRNA transport inside cancer cells
I Rea, NM Martucci, L De Stefano, I Ruggiero, M Terracciano, P Dardano, ...
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-General Subjects 1840 (12), 3393-3403, 2014
422014
A porous silicon-based Bragg grating waveguide sensor for chemical monitoring
I Rea, M Iodice, G Coppola, I Rendina, A Marino, L De Stefano
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 139 (1), 39-43, 2009
422009
Diatomite silica nanoparticles for drug delivery
I Ruggiero, M Terracciano, NM Martucci, L De Stefano, N Migliaccio, ...
Nanoscale research letters 9 (1), 329, 2014
412014
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