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  • Cellot, Giada; Toma, Francesca Maria; Varley, Zeynep Kasap; Laishram, Jummi; Villari, Ambra; Quintana, Mildred; Cipollone, Sara; Prato, Maurizio; Ballerini, Laura (Society for Neuroscience, 2011-09)
    A long-term goal of tissue engineering is to exploit the ability of supporting materials to govern cell-specific behaviors. Instructive scaffolds code such information by modulating (via their physical and chemical features) ...
  • Kondra, Shripad; Laishram, Jummi; Ban, Jelena; Migliorini, Elisa; Di Foggia, Valentina; Lazzarino, Marco; Torre, Vincent; Ruaro, Maria Elisabetta (Elsevier, 2009-02)
    Atomic force microscopy (AFM) provides the possibility to map the 3D structure of viewed objects with a nanometric resolution, which cannot be achieved with other imaging methods such as conventional video imaging and ...
  • Laishram, Jummi; Avossa, Daniela; Shahapure, Rajesh; Torre, Vincent (Wiley, 2009-09)
    Growth cones are the main motile structures located at the tip of neurites and are composed of a lamellipodium from which thin filopodia emerge. In this article, we analyzed the kinetics and dynamics of growth cones with ...
  • Laishram, Jummi; Kondra, Shripad; Avossa, Daniela; Migliorini, Elisa; Lazzarino, Marco; Torre, Vincent (Elsevier, 2009-12)
    We have analyzed the morphology of growth cones of differentiating neurons from rat dorsal root ganglia (DRG) with conventional Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy (LSCM) and Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM). Images of ...
  • Cojoc, Dan; Difato, Francesco; Ferrari, Enrico; Shahapure, Rajesh; Laishram, Jummi; Righi, Massimo; Di Fabrizio, Enzo M.; Torre, Vincent (PLoS ONE, 2007-10-24)
    During neuronal differentiation, lamellipodia and filopodia explore the environment in search for the correct path to the axon's final destination. Although the motion of lamellipodia and filopodia has been characterized ...
  • Laishram, Jummi (2009-04-21)
    In the developing nervous system and in the adult brain, neurons constantly need to solve mechanical problems. Neuronal growth cones are the main motile structures located at the tip of neurites and are composed of a ...