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Towards a Supernumerary Robotic Hand for Upper Limb Assistance and Rehabilitation

TitleTowards a Supernumerary Robotic Hand for Upper Limb Assistance and Rehabilitation
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2020
Publication Languageeng
AuthorsRossero, M, Ciullo, AS, Grioli, G, Catalano, MG, Bicchi, A
Abstract

The effects of neurological diseases (e.g. stroke) can severely affect the subject’s quality of life and independence. In the last decades, many robotic devices have been developed to flank standard rehabilitation therapies. Here, we present a new Supernumerary Robotic Hand designed to be used in close coordination with the natural hands, as a ”third hand”. The SoftHand X system (where X stands for eXtrathesis) is suitable for the assistance of impaired people and is composed of different sub-parts conveniently assembled for the patients’ needs. In this paper, the design is described as well as the clinical testing already performed. A first idea to exploit the system in the rehabilitation field is also presented

URLhttps://i-rim.it/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/I-RIM_2020_paper_56.pdf

Analysis of Compensatory Movements Using a Supernumerary Robotic Hand for Upper Limb Assistance

TitleAnalysis of Compensatory Movements Using a Supernumerary Robotic Hand for Upper Limb Assistance
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsRossero, M, Ciullo, AS, Grioli, G, Catalano, MG, Bicchi, A
JournalFrontiers in Robotics and AI
Volume7
Pagination200
Date Published12/2020
Abstract

Recently, extratheses, aka Supernumerary Robotic Limbs (SRLs), are emerging as a new trend in the field of assistive and rehabilitation devices. We proposed the SoftHand X, a system composed of an anthropomorphic soft hand extrathesis, with a gravity support boom and a control interface for the patient. In preliminary tests, the system exhibited a positive outlook toward assisting impaired people during daily life activities and fighting learned-non-use of the impaired arm. However, similar to many robot-aided therapies, the use of the system may induce side effects that can be detrimental and worsen patients' conditions. One of the most common is the onset of alternative grasping strategies and compensatory movements, which clinicians absolutely need to counter in physical therapy. Before embarking in systematic experimentation with the SoftHand X on patients, it is essential that the system is demonstrated not to lead to an increase of compensation habits. This paper provides a detailed description of the compensatory movements performed by healthy subjects using the SoftHand X. Eleven right-handed healthy subjects were involved within an experimental protocol in which kinematic data of the upper body and EMG signals of the arm were acquired. Each subject executed tasks with and without the robotic system, considering this last situation as reference of optimal behavior. A comparison between two different configurations of the robotic hand was performed to understand if this aspect may affect the compensatory movements. Results demonstrated that the use of the apparatus reduces the range of motion of the wrist, elbow and shoulder, while it increases the range of the trunk and head movements. On the other hand, EMG analysis indicated that muscle activation was very similar among all the conditions. Results obtained suggest that the system may be used as assistive device without causing an over-use of the arm joints, and opens the way to clinical trials with patients.

URLhttps://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/frobt.2020.587759/full
DOI10.3389/frobt.2020.587759

Integrating Wearable Haptics and Obstacle Avoidance for the Visually Impaired in Indoor Navigation: A User-Centered Approach

TitleIntegrating Wearable Haptics and Obstacle Avoidance for the Visually Impaired in Indoor Navigation: A User-Centered Approach
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsBarontini, F, Catalano, MG, Pallottino, L, Leporini, B, Bianchi, M
JournalIEEE Transactions on Haptics
Pagination1-1
Notes

Early Access

URLhttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9099604
DOI10.1109/TOH.2020.2996748

Networked Systems Theory: Distributed Algorithms for Optimal Cooperation of Dynamical Systems

TitleNetworked Systems Theory: Distributed Algorithms for Optimal Cooperation of Dynamical Systems
Publication TypeBook Chapter
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsPallottino, L
EditorCrisostomi, E, Ghaddar, B, Hausler, F, Naoum-Sawaya, J, Russo, G, Shorten, R
Book TitleAnalytics for the Sharing Economy: Mathematics, Engineering and Business Perspectives
Pagination25–37
PublisherSpringer International Publishing
CityCham
ISBN Number978-3-030-35032-1
Abstract

Interconnection of a large number of systems has become a reality from a technological point of view although intelligent connection among smart systems still presents a challenge in several application scenarios. More specifically, when many smart devices must accomplish an overall goal based on information exchanges with other devices, several factors render this task a real challenge, such as, knowing what specific information to exchange, with whom, how to go about it, and when this exchange will occur. Moreover, interconnected devices may require access to or the use of common resources, making the management of the overall system even more complex. The management of shared resources usually sets the goal of optimizing usage while guaranteeing achievement of the overall goals. Algorithms or protocols that grant the device a correct, safe and optimized access to resources play a fundamental role. In this chapter we will provide those algorithms that are fundamental in several different application scenarios that allow for the development of more complex algorithms in order to manage interconnected systems in the management of shared resources.

URLhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-35032-1_3
DOI10.1007/978-3-030-35032-1_3

Hands in the Real World

TitleHands in the Real World
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsNegrello, F, Stuart, HS, Catalano, MG
JournalFrontiers in Robotics and AI
Volume6
Pagination147
Date Published01/2020
Keywordshands
Abstract

Robots face a rapidly expanding range of potential applications beyond controlled environments, from remote exploration and search-and-rescue to household assistance and agriculture. The focus of physical interaction is typically delegated to end-effectors—fixtures, grippers or hands—as these machines perform manual tasks. Yet, effective deployment of versatile robot hands in the real world is still limited to few examples, despite decades of dedicated research. In this paper we review hands that found application in the field, aiming to discuss open challenges with more articulated designs, discussing novel trends and perspectives. We hope to encourage swift development of capable robotic hands for long-term use in varied real world settings. The first part of the paper centers around progress in artificial hand design, identifying key functions for a variety of environments. The final part focuses on the overall trends in hand mechanics, sensors and control, and how performance and resiliency are qualified for real world deployment.

URLhttps://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/frobt.2019.00147/full
DOI10.3389/frobt.2019.00147

Control architecture for human-like motion with applications to articulated soft robots

TitleControl architecture for human-like motion with applications to articulated soft robots
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsAngelini, F, C. Della Santina,, Garabini, M, Bianchi, M, Bicchi, A
JournalFrontiers in Robotics and AI
Volume7
Pagination117
Abstract

Human beings can achieve a high level of motor performance that is still unmatched in robotic systems. These capabilities can be ascribed to two main enabling factors: (i) the physical proprieties of human musculoskeletal system, and (ii) the effectiveness of the control operated by the central nervous system. Regarding point (i), the introduction of compliant elements in the robotic structure can be regarded as an attempt to bridge the gap between the animal body and the robot one. Soft articulated robots aim at replicating the musculoskeletal characteristics of vertebrates. Yet, substantial advancements are still needed under a control point of view, to fully exploit the new possibilities provided by soft robotic bodies. This paper introduces a control framework that ensures natural movements in articulated soft robots, implementing specific functionalities of the human central nervous system, i.e., learning by repetition, after-effect on known and unknown trajectories, anticipatory behavior, its reactive re-planning, and state covariation in precise task execution. The control architecture we propose has a hierarchical structure composed of two levels. The low level deals with dynamic inversion and focuses on trajectory tracking problems. The high level manages the degree of freedom redundancy, and it allows to control the system through a reduced set of variables. The building blocks of this novel control architecture are well-rooted in the control theory, which can furnish an established vocabulary to describe the functional mechanisms underlying the motor control system. The proposed control architecture is validated through simulations and experiments on a bio-mimetic articulated soft robot.

URLhttps://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/frobt.2020.00117/full
DOI10.3389/frobt.2020.00117

SoftHandler: An Integrated Soft Robotic System for the Handling of Heterogeneous Objects

TitleSoftHandler: An Integrated Soft Robotic System for the Handling of Heterogeneous Objects
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsAngelini, F, Petrocelli, C, Catalano, MG, Garabini, M, Grioli, G, Bicchi, A
JournalIEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine
Start Page55-72
Abstract

The picking performance of a robot can be severely affected by measurement errors, especially when handling objects that are fragile or irregular in shape and size. This is one of the main reasons that the problem of autonomously picking and placing objects is not solved. In this article, we exploit the "embodied" intelligence of soft robotic technologies to propose an integrated system, named SoftHandler, capable of overcoming some of the limitations of traditional pick-and-place industrial robots. The SoftHandler (Figure 1) integrates a novel parallel soft manipulator, the SoftDelta, and a novel soft end effector, the Pisa/(Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia) IIT SoftGripper.

URLhttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8979304/authors#authors
DOI10.1109/MRA.2019.2955952

Time Generalization of Trajectories Learned on Articulated Soft Robots

TitleTime Generalization of Trajectories Learned on Articulated Soft Robots
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsAngelini, F, Mengacci, R, C. Della Santina,, Catalano, MG, Garabini, M, Bicchi, A, Grioli, G
JournalIEEE Robotics and Automation Letters
Volume5
Pagination3493–3500
Abstract

To avoid feedback-related stiffening of articulated soft robots, a substantive feedforward contribution is crucial. However, obtaining reliable feedforward actions requires very accurate models, which are not always available for soft robots. Learning-based approaches are a promising solution to the problem. They proved to be an effective strategy achieving good tracking performance, while preserving the system intrinsic compliance. Nevertheless, learning methods require rich data sets, and issues of scalability and generalization still remain to be solved. This letter proposes a method to generalize learned control actions to execute a desired trajectory with different velocities - with the ultimate goal of making these learning-based architectures sample efficient. More specifically we prove that the knowledge of how to execute a same trajectory at five different speeds is necessary and sufficient to execute the same trajectory at any velocity - without any knowledge of the model. We also give a simple constructive way to calculate this new feedforward action. The effectiveness of the proposed technique is validated in extensive simulation ona Baxter robot with soft springs playing a drum, and experimentally on a VSA double pendulum performing swinging motions

URLhttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/9018257/authors
DOI10.1109/LRA.2020.2977268

SIMULTANEOUS AND PROPORTIONAL DECODING OF STIFFNESS AND POSITION INTENTIONS FROM TWO SEMG CHANNELS FOR UL PROSTHETICS

TitleSIMULTANEOUS AND PROPORTIONAL DECODING OF STIFFNESS AND POSITION INTENTIONS FROM TWO SEMG CHANNELS FOR UL PROSTHETICS
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsCapsi-Morales, P, Piazza, C, Catalano, MG, Bicchi, A, Grioli, G
Conference NameMEC20 Symposium
Date Published07/2020
Abstract

To physically interact with a rich variety of environments and situation-oriented requirements, humans continuously adapt both the stiffness and the force of their limbs through antagonistic muscle coactivation. Reflecting this behaviour in prostheses may promote control naturalness and intuitiveness and, consequently, their acceptance in everyday life. We propose a method capable of a simultaneous and proportional decoding of position and stiffness intentions from two surface electro-myographic sensors placed over a pair of antagonistic muscles. First, the algorithm is validated and compared to existing control modalities. Then, the algorithm is implemented in a soft under-actuated prosthetic hand (SoftHand Pro). We investigated the feasibility of our approach in a preliminary study involving one prosthetic user. Our future goal is to evaluate the usability of the proposed approach executing a variety of tasks including physical social interaction with other subjects (see Figure 1). Our hypothesis is that variable stiffness could be a compromise between firm control and safe interaction.

URLhttps://conferences.lib.unb.ca/index.php/mec/article/view/35

A protocol for a multicentre, parallel-group, pragmatic randomised controlled trial to evaluate the NEVERMIND system in preventing and treating depression in patients with severe somatic conditions

TitleA protocol for a multicentre, parallel-group, pragmatic randomised controlled trial to evaluate the NEVERMIND system in preventing and treating depression in patients with severe somatic conditions
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsCarli, V, Wasserman, D, Hadlaczky, G, N.G., P, Carletto, S, Citi, L, Dinis, S, Gentili, C, Gonzalez-Martinez, S, De Leonibus, A, Meyer, B, Ostacoli, L, Ottaviano, M, Ouakinin, S, Paradiso, R, Poli, R, Rocha, I, Settanta, C, Waldmeyer, MTArredondo, Valenza, G, Scilingo, EP
JournalBMC psychiatry
Volume20
Start Page1
Pagination1–10
Date Published12/2020
URLhttps://bmcpsychiatry.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12888-020-02494-3
DOI10.1186/s12888-020-02494-3

Disordered protein-graphene oxide co-assembly and supramolecular biofabrication of functional fluidic devices

TitleDisordered protein-graphene oxide co-assembly and supramolecular biofabrication of functional fluidic devices
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsWu, Y, Okesola, B, Xu, J, Korotkin, I, Berardo, A, Corridori, I, Di Brocchetti, F, Kanczler, J, Feng, J, Li, W, Shi, Y, Farafonov, V, Wang, Y, Thompson, R, Tiritici, MM, Nerukh, D, Karabasov, S, Oreffo, ROC, Rodriguez-Cabello, JC, Vozzi, G, Azevedo, H, Pugno, NM, Wang, W, Mata, A
JournalNature communications
Volume11
Pagination1–12
Date Published03/2020
URLhttps://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-14716-z
DOI10.1038/s41467-020-14716-z

On the motion/stiffness decoupling property of articulated soft robots with application to model-free torque iterative learning control

TitleOn the motion/stiffness decoupling property of articulated soft robots with application to model-free torque iterative learning control
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsMengacci, R, Angelini, F, Catalano, MG, Grioli, G, Bicchi, A, Garabini, M
JournalThe International Journal of Robotics Research
Date Published08/2020
URLhttps://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0278364920943275
DOI10.1177%2F0278364920943275

Exploring augmented grasping capabilities in a multi-synergistic soft bionic hand

TitleExploring augmented grasping capabilities in a multi-synergistic soft bionic hand
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsPiazza, C, Simon, AM, Turner, KL, Miller, LA, Catalano, MG, Bicchi, A, Hargrove, L
JournalJournal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation
Volume17
Start Page116
URLhttps://jneuroengrehab.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12984-020-00741-y#article-info
DOI10.1186/s12984-020-00741-y

Exploring the Role of Palm Concavity and Adaptability in Soft Synergistic Robotic Hands

TitleExploring the Role of Palm Concavity and Adaptability in Soft Synergistic Robotic Hands
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsCapsi-Morales, P, Grioli, G, Piazza, C, Bicchi, A, Catalano, MG
Journal IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters
Volume5
Start Page4703
Issue3
Pagination4703 - 4710
Date Published17 June 2020
ISSN 2377-3766
KeywordsEllipsoids, Grasping, Indexes, Kinematics, Robots, Shape, Thumb
Abstract

Robotic hand engineers usually focus on finger capabilities, often disregarding the palm contribution. Inspired by human anatomy, this paper explores the advantages of including a flexible concave palm into the design of a robotic hand actuated by soft synergies. We analyse how the inclusion of an articulated palm improves finger workspace and manipulability. We propose a mechanical design of a modular palm with two elastic rolling-contact palmar joints, that can be integrated on the Pisa/IIT SoftHand, without introducing additional motors. With this prototype, we evaluate experimentally the grasping capabilities of a robotic palm. We compare its performance to that of the same robotic hand with the palm fixed, and to that of a human hand. To assess the effective grasp quality achieved by the three systems, we measure the contact area using paint-transfer patterns in different grasping actions. Preliminary grasping experiments show a closer resemblance of the soft-palm robotic hand to the human hand. Results evidence a higher adaptive capability and a larger involvement of all fingers in grasping.

URLhttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9119822?source=authoralert
DOI10.1109/LRA.2020.3003257

Exploring Stiffness Modulation in Prosthetic Hands and Its Perceived Function in Manipulation and Social Interaction.

TitleExploring Stiffness Modulation in Prosthetic Hands and Its Perceived Function in Manipulation and Social Interaction.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsCapsi-Morales, P, Piazza, C, Catalano, MG, Bicchi, A, Grioli, G
JournalFrontiers in Neurorobotics
Volume14
Issue33
Date Published06/2020
Keywordshuman-robot social interaction, impedance control, prosthetics, Soft robotics, task adaptability
Abstract

To physically interact with a rich variety of environments and to match situation-dependent requirements, humans adapt both the force and stiffness of their limbs. Reflecting this behavior in prostheses may promote a more natural and intuitive control and, consequently, improve prostheses acceptance in everyday life. This pilot study proposes a method to control a prosthetic robot hand and its impedance, and explores the utility of variable stiffness when performing activities of daily living and physical social interactions. The proposed method is capable of a simultaneous and proportional decoding of position and stiffness intentions from two surface electro-myographic sensors placed over a pair of antagonistic muscles. The feasibility of our approach is validated and compared to existing control modalities in a preliminary study involving one prosthesis user. The algorithm is implemented in a soft under-actuated prosthetic hand (SoftHand Pro). Then, we evaluate the usability of the proposed approach while executing a variety of tasks. Among these tasks, the user interacts with other 12 able-bodied subjects, whose experiences were also assessed. Several statistically significant aspects from the System Usability Scale indicate user's preference of variable stiffness control over low or high constant stiffness due to its reactivity and adaptability. Feedback reported by able-bodied subjects reveal a general tendency to favor soft interaction, i.e., low stiffness, which is perceived more human-like and comfortable. These combined results suggest the use of variable stiffness as a viable compromise between firm control and safe interaction which is worth investigating further.

URLhttps://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnbot.2020.00033/full?&utm_source=Email_to_authors_&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=T1_11.5e1_author&utm_campaign=Email_publication&field=&journalName=Frontiers_in_Neurorobotics&id=503842
DOI10.3389/fnbot.2020.00033
Short TitleExploring Stiffness Modulation in Prosthetic Hand

A Novel Soft Robotic Supernumerary Hand for Severely Affected Stroke Patients

TitleA Novel Soft Robotic Supernumerary Hand for Severely Affected Stroke Patients
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsCiullo, AS, Veerbeek, JM, Temperli, E, Luft, ARL, Tonis, F, Haarman, C, A. Ajoudani, Catalano, MG, Held, J, Bicchi, A
JournalIEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering
Volume28
Start Page1168
Issue5
Date Published31/03/2020
URLhttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9051797/authors#authors
DOI10.1109/TNSRE.2020.2984717

Assessing Autonomic function from electrodermal Activity and Heart Rate Variability During cold-pressor test and emotional challenge

TitleAssessing Autonomic function from electrodermal Activity and Heart Rate Variability During cold-pressor test and emotional challenge
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsGhiasi, S, Greco, A, Barbieri, R, Scilingo, EP, Valenza, G
JournalScientific Reports
Volume10
Pagination1–13
Date Published03/2020
URLhttps://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-62225-2
DOI10.1038/s41598-020-62225-2

Uncovering complex central autonomic networks at rest: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study on complex cardiovascular oscillations

TitleUncovering complex central autonomic networks at rest: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study on complex cardiovascular oscillations
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsValenza, G, Passamonti, L, Duggento, A, Toschi, N, Barbieri, R
JournalJournal of the Royal Society Interface
Volume17
Pagination20190878
Date Published03/2020
URLhttps://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/full/10.1098/rsif.2019.0878
DOI10.1098/rsif.2019.0878

Quantifying the lagged Poincaré plot geometry of ultrashort heart rate variability series: automatic recognition of odor hedonic tone

TitleQuantifying the lagged Poincaré plot geometry of ultrashort heart rate variability series: automatic recognition of odor hedonic tone
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsNardelli, M, Valenza, G, Greco, A, Lanatà, A, Scilingo, EP, Bailon, R
JournalMedical & Biological Engineering & Computing
Pagination1–14
Date Published03/2020
URLhttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11517-019-02095-7
DOI10.1007/s11517-019-02095-7

A protocol for a multicentre, parallel-group, pragmatic randomised controlled trial to evaluate the NEVERMIND system in preventing and treating depression in patients with severe somatic conditions

TitleA protocol for a multicentre, parallel-group, pragmatic randomised controlled trial to evaluate the NEVERMIND system in preventing and treating depression in patients with severe somatic conditions
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsCarli, V, Wasserman, D, Hadlaczky, G, P. Gebrewold, N, Carletto, S, Citi, L, Dinis, S, Gentili, C, Gonzalez-Martinez, S, De Leonibus, A, Meyer, B, Ostacoli, L, Ottaviano, M, Oukanin, S, Paradiso, R, Poli, R, Rocha, I, Settanta, C, Waldmeyer, MT, Valenza, G, Scilingo, EP
JournalBMC psychiatry
Volume20
Pagination1–10
Date Published03/2020
URLhttps://bmcpsychiatry.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12888-020-02494-3
DOI10.1186/s12888-020-02494-3

A Novel Soft Robotic Supernumerary Hand for Severely Affected Stroke Patients

TitleA Novel Soft Robotic Supernumerary Hand for Severely Affected Stroke Patients
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsCiullo, AS, Veerbeek, JM, Temperli, E, Luft, ARL, Tonis, F, Haarman, C, A. Ajoudani, Catalano, MG, Held, J, Bicchi, A
JournalIEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering
Date Published03/2020
URLhttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/9051797/authors#authors
DOI10.1109/TNSRE.2020.2984717

Grasp It Like a Pro: Grasp of Unknown Objects With Robotic Hands Based on Skilled Human Expertise

TitleGrasp It Like a Pro: Grasp of Unknown Objects With Robotic Hands Based on Skilled Human Expertise
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsGabellieri, C, Angelini, F, Arapi, V, Palleschi, A, Catalano, MG, Grioli, G, Pallottino, L, Bicchi, A, Bianchi, M, Garabini, M
JournalIEEE Robotics and Automation Letters
Volume5
Start Page2808
Issue2
Date Published02/2020
URLhttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9000707/authors#authors
DOI10.1109/LRA.2020.2974391

An Integrated Dynamic Fall Protection and Recovery System for Two-Wheeled Humanoids

TitleAn Integrated Dynamic Fall Protection and Recovery System for Two-Wheeled Humanoids
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsZambella, G, Monteleone, S, Alarcon, EPH, Negrello, F, Lentini, G, Caporale, D, Grioli, G, Garabini, M, Catalano, MG, Bicchi, A
JournalIEEE Robotics and Automation Letters
Start Page1
Date Published02/2020
URLhttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8979168/authors#authors
DOI10.1109/LRA.2020.2970951

A tool for the real-time evaluation of ECG signal quality and activity: Application to submaximal treadmill test in horses

TitleA tool for the real-time evaluation of ECG signal quality and activity: Application to submaximal treadmill test in horses
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsNardelli, M, Lanata, A, Valenza, G, Felici, M, Baragli, P, Scilingo, EP
JournalBiomedical Signal Processing and Control
Volume56
Date Published02/2020
URLhttps://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1746809419302472
DOI10.1016/j.bspc.2019.101666

Endothelial cells support osteogenesis in an in vitro vascularized bone model developed by 3D bioprinting

TitleEndothelial cells support osteogenesis in an in vitro vascularized bone model developed by 3D bioprinting
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsChiesa, I, De Maria, C, Lapomarda, A, Fortunato, GM, Montemurro, F, Di Gesù, R, Tuan, RS, Vozzi, G, Gottardi, R
JournalInternational Society for Biofabrication
Date Published01/2020
URLhttps://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1758-5090/ab6a1d/pdf
DOI10.1088/1758-5090/ab6a1d