Laura Fabris

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Materials Science and Engineering Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
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De Luca E, Perissinotto E, Fabris L, et al. (2015) Short- and longer-term predictive capacity of the Multidimensional Prognostic Index: The timing of the assessment is of no consequence. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics. 61: 458-63
Perets EA, Indrasekara AS, Kurmis A, et al. (2015) Carboxy-terminated immuno-SERS tags overcome non-specific aggregation for the robust detection and localization of organic media in artworks. The Analyst. 140: 5971-80
De Silva Indrasekara AS, Fabris L. (2015) SERS-based approaches toward genetic profiling. Bioanalysis. 7: 263-78
Fabris L. (2015) Gold-based SERS tags for biomedical imaging Journal of Optics (United Kingdom). 17
D S Indrasekara AS, Thomas R, Fabris L. (2014) Plasmonic properties of regiospecific core-satellite assemblies of gold nanostars and nanospheres. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp
Indrasekara ASDS, Meyers S, Shubeita S, et al. (2014) Gold nanostar substrates for SERS-based chemical sensing in the femtomolar regime Nanoscale. 6: 8891-8899
Wadams RC, Yen CW, Butcher DP, et al. (2014) Gold nanorod enhanced organic photovoltaics: The importance of morphology effects Organic Electronics: Physics, Materials, Applications. 15: 1448-1457
Thomas R, Fabris L, O’Carroll DM. (2014) Gold Nanowire and Nanorod Plasmonic Mechanisms for Increasing Ultra-Thin Organic Photovoltaic Active Layer Absorption Plasmonics. 9: 1283-1301
Indrasekara ASDS, Wadams RC, Fabris L. (2014) Ligand exchange on gold nanorods: Going back to the future Particle and Particle Systems Characterization. 31: 819-838
Indrasekara AS, Paladini BJ, Naczynski DJ, et al. (2013) Dimeric gold nanoparticle assemblies as tags for SERS-based cancer detection. Advanced Healthcare Materials. 2: 1370-6
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