Marco Curreli, Ph.D.

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2010 Chemistry University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Area:
Organic Light Emitting Diodes, Organic PhotoVoltaic Devices, Development of Nano-Biotic Sensors, Development of Abiotic-Biotic Interfaces
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Mark Edward Thompson grad student 2010 USC
 (Surface modification of nanomaterials and development of nanobiosensors.)
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Zhang R, Curreli M, Thompson ME. (2011) Selective, electrochemically activated biofunctionalization of In2O3 nanowires using an air-stable surface modifier. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces. 3: 4765-9
Ishikawa FN, Curreli M, Olson CA, et al. (2010) Importance of controlling nanotube density for highly sensitive and reliable biosensors functional in physiological conditions. Acs Nano. 4: 6914-22
Ishikawa FN, Curreli M, Chang HK, et al. (2009) A calibration method for nanowire biosensors to suppress device-to-device variation. Acs Nano. 3: 3969-76
Ishikawa FN, Chang HK, Curreli M, et al. (2009) Label-free, electrical detection of the SARS virus N-protein with nanowire biosensors utilizing antibody mimics as capture probes. Acs Nano. 3: 1219-24
Curreli M, Zhang R, Ishikawa FN, et al. (2008) Real-time, label-free detection of biological entities using nanowire-based FETs Ieee Transactions On Nanotechnology. 7: 651-667
Ishikawa F, Li C, Curreli M, et al. (2006) Studies on Biosensing Property and Functionalization of In2O3 and Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistor Mrs Proceedings. 915
Ishikawa F, Li C, Curreli M, et al. (2006) Studies on biosensing property and functionalization of In2O3 and carbon nanotube field effect transistor Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings. 915: 53-58
Li C, Curreli M, Lin H, et al. (2005) Complementary detection of prostate-specific antigen using In2O3 nanowires and carbon nanotubes. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 127: 12484-5
Curreli M, Li C, Sun Y, et al. (2005) Selective functionalization of In2O3 nanowire mat devices for biosensing applications. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 127: 6922-3
Zhou C, Li C, Curreli M, et al. (2005) Nanosensing applications of in2O3 nanowires and carbon nanotubes Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 6008
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