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Massimo Masserini is full professor of Biochemistry and Director of the Nanomedicine Center of Milano Bicocca (NANOMIB) that is located within the Department of Health Sciences University . The expertises of the Center are in the area of nanomedicine, with wide collateral expertises in the areas of medical biotechnologies , pharmacology, physiology, oncology, haematology, biochemistry, physiology, medical imaging , proteomics, physics. Its available infrastructures include: AFM, fluorescence microscopy, dynamic laser light scattering, DSC, MS (MALDI-TOF), Positron Emission tomography, Computed tomography for small animals, BiaCore, Genechips, confocal microscopy, RT-PCR, Cytofluorimetry, electrophoresis, chromatography. Also facilities for cell culture, protein purification and molecular biology, radiochemistry and animal house are available. He Autorshiped 150 articles, published in the main international and national journals. He is Referee for several scientific journals and Research Agencies (eg NIH, INSERM, MIUR).
Research Interests of Massimo include Design, synthesis and characterization of nanoparticles for biomedical use. Use of nanotechnology for the treatment and diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease in vitro and in vivo. Molecular mechanisms of neurodegeneration (Alzheimer's disease, prion diseases). Molecular interactions between cells and ligands. Functions of caveolae and lipid rafts in cell membranes. Metabolism, Aging and lateralization of the Central Nervous System
Giulio Sancini, Maria Gregori, Elisa Salvati, Ilaria Cambianica, Francesca Re, Francesca Ornaghi, Mara Canovi, Claudia Fracasso, Alfredo Cagnotto, Miriam Colombo, Cristiano Zona, Marco Gobbi, Mario Salmona, Barbara La Ferla, Francesco Nicotra and Massimo Masserini
Research Article: J Nanomed Nanotechnol 2013, 4:171