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G. Vozzi and Ahluwalia, A., Microfabrication for tissue engineering: rethinking the cells-on-a scaffold approach, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY, p. –, 2007.
F. BIANCHI, ROSI, M., Vozzi, G., EMANUELI, C., MADEDDU, P., and Ahluwalia, A., Microfabrication of fractal polymeric structures for capillary morphogenesis: applications in therapeutic angiogenesis and in the engineering of vascularized tissue, JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL MATERIALS RESEARCH. PART B, APPLIED BIOMATERIALS, vol. 81, pp. 462–468, 2007.
A. Tirella, Mazzei, D., Vozzi, G., and Ahluwalia, A., Microfluidic Gradient Maker for Pattern Generation, in TERMIS-EU, Porto, Portugal, 2008, p. 879.
A. Tirella, Marano, M., Vozzi, F., and Ahluwalia, A., A microfluidic gradient maker for toxicity testing of bupivacaine and lidocaine, Toxicology in vitro, vol. 22, pp. 1957–64, 2008 [Online]. Available:
A. Tirella, Mattei, G., Montemurro, F., Vozzi, G., and Ahluwalia, A., Modelling and realisation of smart graded hydrogel scaffolds, in Euromat-FEMS, Montpellier, France, 2011.
A. Tirella, Carroll, L. A., Aylott, J., and Ahluwalia, A., Monitoring cell culture 3D microenvironments: oxygen and pH nano-sensors within hydrogels, in National Conference of Bioengineering, Rome, Italy, 2012.
A. Tirella, Ahluwalia, A., Aylott, J., and Carroll, L. A., {Monitoring microconstructs: cell and nanosensor encapsulation in alginate micro-beads}, in TERMIS 3rd World Congress, Vienna, Austria, 2012.
A. Ahluwalia, Mazzei, D., and Vinci, B., MULTI-CAVITY BIOREACTOR CHAMBER, 2008.
D. Mazzei, Giusti, S., Sbrana, T., and Ahluwalia, A., Multi-Compartmental Modular Bioreactor as Innovative System for Dynamic Cell Cultures and Co-Cultures, in Bioreactors: Design, Properties and Applications, P. G. Antolli and Liu, Z. Nova Science Publishers, Inc, 2011, pp. 159 - 178.
S. Giusti, Sbrana, T., Giacopelli, D., Di Patria, V., and Ahluwalia, A., Multi-organ-on-plate system for in-vitro studies of intestinal drug absorption and hepatotoxicity, in ESTIV 2014, Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands, 2014, p. 107.
A. Tirella, Ahluwalia, A., Di Nardo, P., Gaudiello, E., Giusti, S., and Pagliari, F., A multi-stimuli environment for cardiac tissue engineering, in TERMIS 3rd World Congress, Vienna, Austria, 2012.
G. Mattei, Gruca, G., Rijnveld, N., and Ahluwalia, A., The nano-epsilon dot method for strain rate viscoelastic characterisation of soft biomaterials by spherical nano-indentation, Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, vol. 50, pp. 150–159, 2015 [Online]. Available:
A. Tirella, La Marca, M., Brace, L. A., Mattei, G., Aylott, J., and Ahluwalia, A., Nano-in-Micro Self-Reporting Hydrogel Constructs, Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, vol. 11, pp. 1451–1460, 2015 [Online]. Available:
T. Sbrana, Mattei, G., Giusti, S., and Ahluwalia, A., The need of innovative technologies for new 3D relevant in-vitro models and the answer of Ivtech, in ALTEX Proceedings, Prague, Czech Republic, 2014, pp. 45–6.
L. Billeci, Magliaro, C., Pioggia, G., and Ahluwalia, A., NEuronMOrphological analysis tool: open-source software for quantitative morphometrics, Front. Neuroinform., vol. 7, no. 2, 2013.
G. Mattei and Ahluwalia, A., A new analytical method for estimating lumped parameter constants of linear viscoelastic models from strain rate tests, Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials, vol. 23, pp. 327-335, 2019 [Online]. Available: icon mattei-ahluwalia2019_article_anewanalyticalmethodforestimat.pdf (694.92 KB)
A. CUTRONE, De Maria, C., Vinci, B., Vozzi, F., Ahluwalia, A., and Vozzi, G., A new library of HEMET model: Insulin effects on hepatic metabolism, COMPUTER METHODS AND PROGRAMS IN BIOMEDICINE, vol. 94, no. 2, pp. 181–189, 2009.
L. Cacopardo, Mattei, G., and Ahluwalia, A., A new load-controlled testing method for viscoelastic characterisation through stress-rate measurements, Materialia, vol. 9, 2020 [Online]. Available:!PDF icon anewload-controlledtestingmethodforviscoelasticcharacterisationthroughstress-ratemeasurements.pdf (1.37 MB)
A. Tirella, Mattei, G., and Ahluwalia, A., New method for the viscoelastic analysis of soft and highly hydrated biomaterials, in National Conference of Bioengineering, Rome, Italy, 2012.
S. Giusti, Sbrana, T., La Marca, M., Di Patria, V., Martinucci, V., Tirella, A., Domenici, C., and Ahluwalia, A., A novel dual-flow bioreactor simulates increased fluorescein permeability in epithelial tissue barriers, Biotechnology journal, 2014 [Online]. Available:
G. Vozzi, Lenzi, T., Montemurro, F., Pardini, C., Vaglini, F., and Ahluwalia, A., A Novel Method to Produce Immobilised Biomolecular Concentration Gradients to Study Cell Activities: Design and Modelling, MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY, vol. 50, pp. 99-107, 2012.
A. Ahluwalia, Atwine, D., De Maria, C., Ibingira, C., Kipkorir, E., Kiros, F., Madete, J., Mazzei, D., Molyneux, E., Moonga, K., Moshi, M., Nzomo, M., Oduol, V., and Okuonzi, J., Open Biomedical Engineering Education in Africa, in The 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS), Milan, Italy, 25-29 August 2015, 2015.
C. De Maria, Mazzei, D., and Ahluwalia, A., Open Source Biomedical Engineering for Sustainability in African Healthcare: Combining Academic Excellence with Innovation, in ICDS 2014, The Eighth International Conference on Digital Society, 2014, pp. 48–53.
C. De Maria, Di Pietro, L., Ravizza, A., Lantada, A. D., and Ahluwalia, A., Open-source medical devices: Healthcare solutions for low-, middle-, and high-resource settings, in Clinical Engineering Handbook, Academic Press., 2020 [Online]. Available:
J. KULLENBERG, ROSATINI, F., Vozzi, G., BIANCHI, F., Ahluwalia, A., and Domenici, C., Optimization of PAM Scaffolds for Neural Tissue Engineering: Preliminary Study on an SH-SY5Y Cell Line, TISSUE ENGINEERING, PART A, 2008.
C. Magliaro, Mattei, G., Iacoangeli, F., Corti, A., Piemonte, V., and Ahluwalia, A., Oxygen consumption characteristics in 3D constructs depend on cell density, Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology, vol. 7, 2019 [Online]. Available: