Un microscopio per il nostro futuro

Di Marco Cedolin e Alba Canelli

Tanto, di tutto e di più è stato detto e scritto sul microscopio del Prof. Stefano Montanari.

“Ancora con questo microscopio?” Eh già, vi toccherà ancora leggere di questo argomento, eppoi decidete voise è importante sapere quali sostanze vengono iniettate ai nostri figli nei vaccini, se sono sicuri. E l’acqua, l’amianto, l’inceneritore vicino casa (o anche più lontano) che incessantemente rilascia sostanze nell’aria che respiriamo? “Nulla si crea, nulla si distrugge, tutto si trasforma”? Lavoisier è superato?

I moderni inceneritori bruciano rifiuti e rilasciano ossigeno nell’aria, meglio della sintesi clorofilliana?
Sapete bene che non è così.

Penso sia stato detto troppo poco, degli studi realizzati dagli scienziati Gatti/Montanari sulle nanopatologie, ed oggi questa ricerca è in serio pericolo.

La campagna diffamatoria costruita e portata avanti contro i due scienziati, va avanti da anni, inutile ripartire dall’inizio, chi volesse saperne di più, può leggere quanto accaduto, nel 2009 che fu per molte settimane l’argomento più dibattuto in rete.

Tra proprietari legali (Onlus Bortolani) e truffe legalizzate, cioè la sottrazione del microscopio acquistato con donazioni fatte per la ricerca del dott. Montanari, nel 2014 si arriva ad una  sentenza, che in alcuni passaggi sottolinea ciò che la logica impone, e cioè che:

    i denari utilizzati dall’Associazione Carlo Bortolani Onlus per l’acquisto del microscopio sono stati versati da soggetti che avevano inteso, con le proprie sostanze, sostenere il progetto di ricerca degli attori nell’ambito degli studi sulle nanoparticelle e la nanodiagnostic        (…) l’associazione, infatti, avendo sposato la causa dei dottori Gatti e Montanari, ha liberamente assunto nei confronti del pubblico sottoscrittore un vero e proprio obbligo di garanzia volto ad assicurare che i denari raccolti non venissero distratti dal fine convenuto.

Tutto ciò era chiaro anche nel 2009, ma intanto nonostante la sentenza che obbliga la Onlus Bortolani a pagare le spese giudiziarie, perché non ha rispettato il vincolo di destinazione del microscopio, ad oggi i due ricercatori si ritrovano ancora in difficoltà, quando si tratta di svolgere e proseguire le loro ricerche.

Il microscopio attualmente è a Pesaro Urbino, la sentenza obbliga (inoltre) la onlus Bortolani a pagare le spese di trasferta dei due ricercatori, ma nonostante il disagio assurdo che devono affrontare per un microscopio che è loro (secondo la proprietà sostanziale ma non formale), rimane un dato di fatto tragico e ingiusto. Il prossimo 28 febbraio i dottori Antonietta Gatti e Stefano Montanari non potranno più utilizzare l’unico microscopio con cui è possibile effettuare la loro ricerca, quella sulle nanopatologie.

Potrebbe sembrare superfluo, ma purtroppo non lo è affatto, sottolineare come occorra uno sforzo da parte di tutte le persone di buon senso, per evitare che il lavoro di Stefano Montanari e di Antonietta Gatti non possa più procedere e vada irrimediabilmente perso tutto il bagaglio di conoscenza che grazie ai due scienziati è stato possibile accumulare, nonostante il boicottaggio permanente da parte della politica, dell’informazione e dei grandi interessi messi a repentaglio dai risultati delle loro ricerche.

Un vero e proprio sforzo di reni che, ovviamente nel piccolo delle possibilità di ciascuno, dovrebbe essere dovere di tutti gli italiani nessuno escluso, perché le ricerche di Montanari/Gatti riguardano la salute di ognuno di noi e si tratta del bene più prezioso che possediamo. Troppo prezioso perché si possa lasciarlo nelle mani del bestiario politico che ben conosciamo, dei giornalisti prezzolati che gli fanno da grancassa, delle lobby farmaceutiche e dei grandi poteri industriali e finanziari che tirano le fila

Le donazioni perverranno direttamente in un conto corrente intestato a:

Stefano Montanari Microscopio

presso la Banca Popolare di San Felice 1893 filiale di Modena B

IBAN    IT 67 E 05652 12901 CC0120104034

Causale: DONAZIONE

Per le donazioni dall’estero occorre aggiungere all’IBAN anche il codice SWIFT SFSPIT22

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  • A. Gatti., S. Montanari “Nanopathology: The health impact of nanoparticles” book, ed by PanStanford Publishing Pte.Ltd Singapore, ISBN -10981\-4241-00-8, 2008, 1-298. www.worldscibooks.com/nanosci/v001.html, —reviewed in (http://www.panstanford.com/browse_titles) (-http://www.env-health.org/m/191http://www.emito.co.uk/kontakt/go.do?uid=6847536&link=4134
  • 2 K. Peters, R. E. Unger, A. M. Gatti, E. Sabbioni, R. Tsaryk and C. J. Kirkpatrick, “Metallic Nanoparticles Exhibit Paradoxical Effects on Oxidative Stress and Pro-Inflammatory Response in Endothelial Cells in vitro”. International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology. 2007 20(4):685-95
  • 3 A.M. Gatti “L’uranio impoverito e le malattie dei soldati al ritorno da missioni di pace” Arpa Rivista, n. 3 maggio-giugno 2007 27-28.
  • 4 A.M. Gatti “Gulf War Sindrome: is nanopathology to blame?” NanoNow, the magazine for small science, dicembre 2007, 43-44.
  • 5 Antonietta M. Gatti, Marco Ballestri*, Gianni Cappelli* Nanoparticles: potential toxins for the organism and the kidney ? CRITICAL CARE NEPHROLOGY, 2nd Edition, Basic Physiology, 2008, Chapter 205 18-24.
  • 6 A Gatti, J Kirkpatrick, A Gambarelli, F Capitani, T Hansen, R Eloy, G Clermont. “ESEM evaluations of muscle/nanoparticles interface in a rat model” Journal of Material Science: Material in Medicine Apr;19(4):1515-22. 2008
  • 7 A.Gatti, S. Montanari “ Nanopollution: the invisibile fog of future wars” The Futurist, May-June 2008, 32-34.
  • 8 A.Gatti, S. Montanari “Nanocontamination of the soldiers in a battle space” In Nanomaterials : Risks and benefits, Ed I.Linkov and J. Steeveens , Ed Springer , the Netherlands , April 2008 83-92. (http://www.springer.com/…/nanotechno…/book/978-1-4020-9490-3)
  • 9 A.Elder, I Lynch, K Grieger, S. Chan-Remillard, AMGatti, H Gnewuch,El.rafaie Kenawy, r. Kerestein, T. Kuhlbusch F. Linker, S.Matias N. Monteiro-Riviere, V Pinto, R. Rudnitsky, k Savolainen, a Shvedova, Human health risks of engineered nanomaterials in Risks and benefits, Edited by I.Linkov and J. Steeveens, Publisher Springer , the Netherlands April 2008,p 3-29. (http://www.springer.com/…/nanotechno…/book/978-1-4020-9490-3)
  • 10 S.Barcikoswski, J. Walter, A Hahn, J.Koch, A. Gatti, Picosecond and femtosecond laser machining may cause health risks related to nanoparticle emission. Proc. Of LPM 2008-th 9th Int. Symposium on Laser Precision Microfabrication, 2008, Germany 1-5
  • 11 A.Gatti, D. Tossini, A. Gambarelli, S. Montanari, F. Capitani “ Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope and Energy Dispersive System investigation of inorganic micro- and nano-particles in bread and biscuits” Critical Reviews in Food and Nutrition 2009,49(3),275-82.
  • 12 S. Montanari, A. Gatti “Inquinamento involontario da micro e nanoparticolato inorganico negli alimenti” Rivista di Scienze dell’Alimentazione (J. of Food Science and Nutrition) n.2 Apr-Giugno 2008 pag.17-28, [ISSN 1128/7969].
  • 13 A.M Gatti, S. Montanari, “War Pollution and Human/Animal Nanopathology” The 3rd ICBUW International Conference Hiroshima, 2006, August, 3-6. http://www.bandepleteduranium.org/modules.php
  • 14 A. Gatti “Le Nanotecnologie in Medicina“ ’Enciclopedia UTET, 2008, 2302-2312.
  • 15 A. L. Guildford, T. Poletti, L. H. Osbourne, A. Di Cerbo, A. M. Gatti and M. Santin,”Nanoparticles of a different source induce different patterns of activation in key biochemical and cellular components of the host response” Interface: The Journal of the Royal Society. 16/2/2009—20:36, pp. 1–10 (doi:10.1098/rsif.2009.0021- RSIF 20090021) —
  • 16 Niko BÄRSCH, Antonietta GATTI, and Stephan BARCIKOWSKI Improving Laser Ablation of Zirconia by Liquid Films: Multiple Influence of Liquids on Surface Machining and Nanoparticle Generation, JLMN Journal of Laser Micro-Nanoengineering 2009, vol.4 n.1, 66-70.
  • 17 Stephan BARCIKOWSKI1, Jürgen WALTER1, Anne HAHN1, Jürgen KOCH1, Hatim HALOUI2, Thomas HERRMANN2, Antonietta GATTI3 Picosecond and Femtosecond Laser Machining May Cause Health Risks Related to Nanoparticle Emission JLMN-Journal of Laser Micro/Nanoengineering 2009, Vol. 4, No. 3, 159-164,
  • 18 Antonietta M. Gatti, Daniela Quaglino, Gian Luca Sighinolfi, A Morphological Approach to Monitor the Nanoparticle-Cell Interaction, International Journal of Imaging (ISSN 0974-0627) Volume 2 No. S09 Spring 2009 (Editorial 1) 2-21. http://ceserp.com/cp-jour/index.php… ISSN 0974-0627
  • 19 A. Gatti, V. Puntes “While Scientists are still wondering, Industry is already selling” inviato a NanoNow 2009, june n.12, 28-30
  • 20 Lisa Bregolia , Francesca Chiarinia, Andrea Gambarellib, Gianluca Sighinolfib, Antonietta M. Gattib, Patrizia Santia, Alberto M. Martelli and Lucio Cocco ” Toxicity of antimony trioxide nanoparticles on human hematopoietic progenitor cells and comparison to cell lines . J. of Toxicology 2009. Vol 262 n2,3 August 121-29.
  • 21 T. Hansen, L. Klimek, F. Bittinger, I. Hansen, F. Capitani, A. Weber, A. Gatti, JK Kirkpatrick, Mastzellreiches Aluminiumgranulom, Der Pathologe. 29(4):311-3.
  • 22 A.M Gatti, S. Montanari, Unintended Nanoparticles: The most dangerous yet? Military Problems and Nanotechnology Solutions, NanoNow, 2009, n 15, December 30-34.
  • 23 Coauthor of the Meeting Report of FAO/WHO Scientific meeting: “Expert Meeting on “the Application of Nanotechnologies in the Food and Agriculture Sectors: Potential Food Safety Implications”, 2009 in press in 5 languages in 2010. (http://www.fao.org/ag/agn/agns/)) (http://www.who.int/foodsafety);http://www.who.int/…/fs_…/meetings/nano_june09/en/index.html
  • 24 Antonietta M. Gatti1, Paolo Bosco2, Francesco Rivasi1, Sebastiano Bianca3, Giuseppe Ettore3, Luigi Gaetti4, Stefano Montanari5, Giovanni Bartoloni6, Diego Gazzolo7, Heavy metals nanoparticles in fetal kidney and liver tissues, Frontiers in Bioscience (Elite edition, E3) 2011;1 (January):221-6
  • 25 Gatti A.M , DIPNA Development of an Integrated Platform for Nanoparticle Analysis to verify their possible toxicity and the eco-toxicity in Compendium of Projects in the European NanoSafety Cluster , Editors: Michael Riediker, Georgios Katalagarianakis, Lausanne, Switzerland March pag. 11-17, 2010
  • 26 Checchi L, Nucci MC, Gatti AM, Mattia D, Violante FS. Sarcoidosis in a dental surgeon: a case report.J Med Case Reports. 2010 Aug 10;4:259. (doi:10.1186/1752-1947-4-259)
  • 27 A Gatti , Nanopathology: A New Word to Describe the Nanoparticle-Human Body Interaction in AzooNano http://www.azonano.com/details.asp?ArticleId=2753; 2010
  • 28 Tommaso Iannitti, Stefania Capone, Antonietta Gatti, et al, Intracellular heavy metal nanoparticle storage:progressive accumulation within lymph nodes with transformation from chronic inflammation to malignancy International Journal of Nanomedicine 2010 Volume 2010:5 Pages 955 – 960 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/IJN.S14363:http://www.dovepress.com/articles.php
  • 29 Antonietta M. Gatti, Stefano Montanari, “Nanoparticles: a new form of terrorism? “In Proceedings of the NATO-ASI Conference in Chisinau, Moldova 07-17 June 2010 entitled “Technological innovations in detecting and sensing of chemical biological radiological, nuclear threats and ecological terrorismo , ED, by A. Vaseashta, E. Braman, P. Susman , Publisher SpringerScience +Business Media B. V. , Dordrecht, the Netherlands, 2012, 45-53, ISBN 978-94-007–2487-7, Doi 10.1007/978-94-007-2488-4_4.
  • 30 E.Artoni, G.Sighinolfi, A. Gatti, R. Magistroni, D. Campioli The role of nanoparticles in cryoglobulinemia: a preliminary study. Clinical and experimental rheumatology 29(1):174-174 • January 2011
  • 31 C. Falugi , M.G. Aluigi , M.C. Chiantore , D. Privitera , P. Ramoino , M.A. Gatti , A. Fabrizi , A. Pinsino , V. Matranga,Toxicity of metal oxide nanoparticles in immune cells of the sea urchin” Marine Environmental Research, Elsevier 2012,76, 114-121 (doi:10.1016/j.marenvres.2011.10.003)
  • 32 A.Gatti, S. Montanari, “Nanopathology: A Controversial Aspect of Nanomedicine” NanoMagazine 2011 , 22 November, 18-21 ISSN 1757-2517
  • 33 A.M.Gatti, S. Montanari Il fuoco amico “Social News” Anno 9, n.1 gennaio p.16-18, 2012
  • 34 S. Montanari, A.M.Gatti I due lati di una medaglia “Social News” Anno 9, n.1 gennaio p.8-9, 2012
  • 35 A.M.Gatti, La guerra e le nanopatologie 1^ Conferenza Nazionale Sanitaria deiMedici del Corpo Militare A.C.I.S.M.O.M. pag. 8-13, Milano 2012
  • 36 Chiara Gambardella1*, Sara Ferrando1, Lorenzo Gallus1, Antonietta Morena Gatti2, Paola Ramoino1, Cesare Usai3, Livia Vittori Antisari4, Serena Carbone4, Carla Falugi1 Nanosilver pesticide-like toxic effect assessed by using Lemna minor. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry – Manuscript ID GEAC-2012-0504Nov 2012
  • 37 L. Alexandrescu, K. Syverud, A. Gatti, G. Chinga-Carrasco..” A biocompatibility study of cellulose nanofibril-based structures” Cellulose 2012 ISSN 0969-0239- Cellulose, DOI 10.1007/s10570-013-9948-9, 18 March 2013, 1-13.
  • 38 Chiara Gambardella, Maria G. Aluigi, Paola Ramoino, Alberto Diaspro*, Paolo Bianchini*, Antonietta M. Gatti**, Marino Rottigni, Grazia Tagliafierro, Carla Falugi, Developmental abnormalities and cholinesterase activity alteration in sea urchin embryos and larvae obtained from sperms exposed to engineered nanoparticles Aquatic Toxicology 130– 131 (2013) 77– 85 AQTOX-D-12-00673
  • 39 Verstraelen, Sandra, Remy, Sylvie; Casals, Eudald; De Boever, Hilda Witters, Gatti, Antonietta; Puntes, Victor; Nelissen, Inge; “Gene expression profiles reveal distinct immunological responses of cobalt and cerium dioxide nanoparticles in two in vitro lung epithelial cell models” Toxicology Letters 2014, Volume 228, Issue 3,157-169. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.toxlet.2014.05.006)
  • http://www.sciencedirect.com/…/article/pii/S0378427414001970
  • 40 L.Vittori, A. Gatti, S. Carbone Exposure of Tillandsia Usneoides at Silver Nanoparticles Conference proceedings of full text for publishing in Thomson Reuters database. Katerina Sanetrnikova, conference manager, NANOCON 2012, www.nanocon.cz<http://www.nanocon.cz/en/>
  • 41 A.Gatti, S. Montanari “Engineered nanoparticles, natural nanoparticles and nanosized-by-products” NANO :the magazine for small science, n. 26 December 2012, pag 18-19.
  • 42 A. Gatti “9/11 and nanoparticles: when one doesn’t like to be right” NANO :the magazine for small science, n. 26 December 2012, pag20-21
  • 43 A.Gatti, I.Massamba, F. Capitani , M. Commodo, P. Minutolo “Investigations on the impact of nanoparticles on environmental sustainability and ecotoxicity “ EQA Environmental quality Vol 8 2012, 1-8, ISSN2039-9898
  • 44 Tommaso Giordani (1)*, Alberto Fabrizi (2), Lucia Guidi (1), Lucia Natali (1), Giulia Giunti (1), Fausto Ravasi (1), Andrea Cavallini (1), Alberto Pardossi Response of tomato plants exposed to treatment with nanoparticles EQA – Environmental quality / Qualité de l’Environnement / Qualità ambientale, 8 (2012) 27-38
  • 45 L. Vittori, S. Carbone, A.M. Gatti, G. Vianello, P. Nannipieri,”Toxicity of metal oxide (CeO2, Fe3O4, SnO2) engineered nanoparticles on soil microbial biomass and their distribution in soil” Soil Biology and Biochemistry Volume 60, May 2013, Pages 87–94, http://www.sciencedirect.com/…/article/pii/S0038071713000278
  • 46 G. Degrassi, I. Bertani, G. Devescovi, A. Fabrizi, A. Gatti, V. Venturi Response of Plant-bacteria interaction models to nanoparticles EQA Environmental quality Vol8 2012, 39-50 , ISSN2039-9898
  • 47 L. Vittori, S. Carbone, A.M. Gatti, A. Fabrizi, G. Vianello,Toxicological effects of engineered nanoparticles on earth worms (lombricus rubellus ) in short exposure EQA Environmental quality 2012, Vol. 8, 51-60 , ISSN2039-9898
  • 48 C. Falugi, M.G.Aluigi, M.Faimali, S. Ferrando, C. Gambardella, AM Gatti, P.Ramoino , Dose dependent effects of silver nanoparticles on the reproduction and development of different biological models EQA Environmental quality Vol. 8 2012, 61-65, ISSN2039-9898
  • 49 S. Cattini, AM Gatti “In-vivo Diffuse Correlation Spectroscopy Investigation of the Ocular Fundus”.Journal of Biomedical Optics 18(5), , May 2013, pag.057001- (1-14).
  • 50 A.Gatti, S. Montanari. The Quirra Syndrome : matter of Traslational Medicine, in Advanced Sensors fgor Safety and security Ed. By A.Vaseashta, S. Khudaverdyan, NATO Meeting in YEREVAN 2012, The NATO Science forPeace and Security programme: Series B:Physics and Biophysics, . Springer (ISBN978-94-007-7002-7), Dordrecht, Germany 2013, Cap. 4, 55-64.
  • 51 Myrzakhanova M., Gambardella C., Falugi C., Gatti A.M., Tagliafierro G., Ramoino P., Bianchini P., Diaspro A. 2013. Effects of nanosilver exposure on cholinesterase activities, CD4 and CDF/LIF-like expression in zebrafish (Danio rerio) larvae. BioMed Res. Internat., vol. 2013, Article ID 205183, 12 pages, 2013. doi:10.1155/2013/205183.
  • http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/205183 ,http://www.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2013/205183/;
  • 52 Chiara Gambardella, Carla Falugi, Antonietta M. Gatti, Marco Feimali, Lorenzo Gallus “Toxicity and transfer of metal oxide nanoparticles from microalgae to sea urchin larvae” Chem. Ecol., 16 January 2014; 30: 308-316 DOI:10. 1080/02757540.2013.873031, http://www.tandfonline.com/…/…/10.1080/02757540.2013.873031…
  • 53 Chiara Gambardella,Maria G. Aluigia, Sara Ferrandoa, Lorenzo Gallusa, Paola Ramoinoa,Antonietta M. Gattib, Marino Rottignia, Carla Falugia,Developmental abnormalities and changes in cholinesterase activity in sea urchin embryos and larvae from sperm exposed to engineered nanoparticles. Aquatic Toxicology Volumes 130–131, 15 April 2013, Pages 77–85..
  • 54 Maider Olasagastia, Antonietta M. Gattib,c, Federico Capitanic,Alejandro Barrancoa, Miguel Angel Pardoa, Kepa Escuredoa,and Sandra Rainieri. Toxic effects of colloidal nanosilver in zebrafish embryos . Journal of Applied toxicology 2014.; 34(5):562-75.
  • 55 Gilberto Giannini, Antonio Giusto, Piero Pazzaglini, Annalisi Grucii, Daniele Contini, Pietro Gobbi, Antonietta Gatti, Laura Valentini, Paola. Boi, La microscopia elettronica a scansione: Collaborazione tra ARPAM e Università di Urbino. ARPAM Newsletter, Dicembre 2013, n.39 , 1-4.
  • 56 Livia Vittori Antisari, Serena Carbone, Antonietta Gatti, Gilmo Vianello, Paolo Nannipieri, Toxicity of metal oxide (CeO2, Fe3O4, SnO2) engineered nanoparticles on soil microbial biomass and their distribution in soil, Soil Biology and Biochemistry 2013, 60:87–94. DOI:10.1016/j.soilbio.2013.01.016,
  • 57 A.Gatti, New constituents and particle sizes herald new health dangers from pollution, Nano magazine n. 29 July 1-3, 2014 .
  • 58 A. Gatti Archeologia: una disciplina affascinante e polverosa? Archeomedia Anno 9, 4 luglio 2014 http://www.archeomedia.net/…/39543-antonietta-m-gatti-arche…
  • 59 A. Gatti, S. Montanari Nanopathology: The Nano-bio-interaction of Nanoparticles Inside the Human Body , M. Lungu et al. (eds.), Nanoparticles’ Promises and Risks, Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014, PartII-5 5 , 70-84
  • 60 A. Gatti, S. Montanari Identification of nanoparticles in organic matrices M. Lungu et al. (eds.), Nanoparticles’ Promises and Risks, Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014 Part III-10, 213-220.
  • 61 L P Nannipieri. Uptake and translocation of metals and nutrients in tomato grown in soil polluted with metal oxides- (CeO2, Fe3O4, SnO2, TiO2) or metallic- (Ag, Co, Ni) engineered nanoparticles, Environmental Science and Pollution Research (Springer)2014, 6 Settembre, 1-14. f (DOI 10.1007/s11356-014-3509-0) (http://link.springer.com/artic…/10.1007%2Fs11356-014-3509-0…)
  • 62 G.Degrassi, V.Venturi, L.Vittori Antisari, S. Carbone, A.Gatti, G. Vianello,C.Gambardella, Impact of Engineered Nanoparticles on Virulence of Xanthomonas oryzae pv oryzae and on Rice Sensitivity at its Infection. Article • December 2014, DOI: 10.6092/issn.2281-4485/4556
  • 63 A.M. Gatti Nanomedicine and Nanopathology: Two Opposite Aspects of Nanotechnologies. Editorial Article, Journal of Nanomedicine Research 2014;vol I (2), 2-3
  • Citation: Gatti AM (2014) Nanomedicine and Nanopathology: Two Opposite Aspects of Nanotechnologies. J Nanomed Res 1(2): 00008. DOI: 10.15406/jnmr.2014.01.00008
  • 64 Livia Vittori Antisari & Vito Armando Laudicina &Antonietta Gatti & Serena Carbone & Luigi Badalucco &Gilmo Vianello. Soil microbial biomass carbon and fatty acid composition of earthworm Lumbricus rubellus after exposure to engineered nanoparticles, Biol Fertil Soils 2015: 51; 260-69. DOI 10.1007/s00374-014-0972-1, Springerhttp://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00374-014-0972-1
  • 65 G. L. Sighinolfi1, E. Artoni2, A. M. Gatti3and L. Corsi1, Carcinogenic potential of metal nanoparticles in BALB/3T3 cell transformation assay, Environmental Toxicology published 30 OCT 2014-http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/d…/10.1002/tox.22063/abstract
  • 66 Antonietta m. Gatti, Stefano Montanari and Ashok Vaseashta Nanopathology—Risk Assessment of Mysterious Cryptogenic Diseases . in Life Cycle Analysis of Nanoparticles: Reducing Risk and Liability edited. By A. Vasehasta, DESTech Pubblications (Lancaster Pennsylvania. 2015; Cap.6. Pg. 143 -172,
  • 67 Antonietta m. Gatti, Stefano Montanari Letter to Science A new pathogenic agent: the Bad Luck.
  • 68 Antonietta m. Gatti, Stefano Montanari “August 1945: WWII ended after two atomic bombs had been dropped: The health and environmental side-effects of high-temperature weapons including atomic bombs”. on January 8, 2015 at 17:00 warhistoryonline https://www.warhistoryonline.com/…/august-1945-wwii-ended-t…
  • 69 “Gambardella C., Ferrando S., Gatti A.M., Cataldi E., Ramoino P., Aluigi M.G., Faimali M., Diaspro A., Falugi C. Morpho-functional and biochemical markers of stress in sea urchin life stages exposed to engineered nanoparticles. Environ. Toxicol., ” Environmental Toxicology 05/2015; DOI:10.1002/tox.22159.
  • 70 Antonietta M. Gatti, Stefano Montanari Case Studies in Nanotoxicology and Particle Toxicology , Elsevier (USA) (ISBN: 978-0-12-801215-4). 2015; 1-260.
  • 71 Roncati L1, Gatti AM2, Pusiol T3, Barbolini G1, Maiorana A1. Acquired immunodeficiency similar to Gulf War illness in a dead former serviceman. J R Army Med Corps. 2015 Jun;161(2):153-5.
  • 72 Roncati L1, Gatti AM, Capitani F, Barbolini G, Maiorana A, Palmieri B
  • Heavy Metal Bioaccumulation in an Atypical Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor of the Abdominal Wall. Ultrastruct Pathol. 2015 Aug;39(4):286-92.
  • 73 Luca Roncati,1 Ph.D.; Antonietta M. Gatti,2, 3 Ph.D.; Federico Capitani,3 B.S. Goretta Bonacorsi,4 Ph.D.; Giuseppe Barbolini,1 Ph.D.; and Antonio Maiorana,1 Ph.D.A novel forensic Investigation applied to bone remains exhumed near Quira Interforce Firing Range: (Case Report) J.of Forensic Sciences 2015, December p.858-8612016 May;61(3):858-861. doi: 10.1111/1556-4029.13016. Epub 2015 Dec 31. PMID: 27122433
  • 74 G.Visani*1, A.Manti2, L.Valentini2, B.Canonico2, F.Loscocco1, A.Isidori1, E. Gabucci1, P.Gobbi2, S. Montanari3, M. Rocchi3, S. Papa3, A.M.Gatti4* Environmental nanoparticles are significantly over-expressed in acute myeloid leukemia Leukemia Research, Volume 50, November 2016, Pages 50-56 http://www.sciencedirect.com/…/article/pii/S0145212616301916
  • 75 Artoni E. 1,5, Sighinolfi G.L.5, Campioli D. 2, Magistroni R.3, Cappelli G.3, Gatti A.M.4, Sebastiani M.5, Colaci, Giuggioli D.5, Ferri C.5Micro and nanoparticles as possible pathogeneticco-factors of mixed cryoglobulinemia syndrome Occupational Medicine 2016 September 30;https://www.readbyqxmd.com/…/micro-and-nanoparticles-as-pos…
  • 76 Livia Vittori Antisari,Serena Carbone,Antonietta Gatti,Gilmo Vianello,Paolo Nannipieri, Uptake and translocation of metals and nutrients in tomato grown in soil polluted with metal oxide (CeO2, Fe3O4, SnO2, TiO2) or metallic (Ag, Co, Ni) engineered nanoparticles.https://www.researchgate.net/publication/265394076_Article in Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22(3) • September 2014
  • 77 l.Vittori. A. Gatti ecc Impact of cobalt and silver nanoparticles and ions on soil microbial community structure, lumbricus rubellus health and their trophic interactions”. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Biol Fertil Soils (2015) 51:261– 269DOI 10.1007/s00374-014-0972-1
  • 78 A M Gatti The theory of everythinghttp://medcraveonline.com/JNMR/articles-in-presshttp://medcraveonline.com/JNMR/JNMR-03-00053.pdf, J. of Nanomedicine &Research February 2016.
  • 79 Chiara Gambardella,1 Sara Ferrando,2 Antonietta M. Gatti,3 Edoardo Cataldi,2Paola Ramoino,2 Maria Grazia Aluigi,2 Marco Faimali,1 Alberto Diaspro,4 Carla Falugi5 Review: Morphofunctional and Biochemical Markers of Stress in Sea Urchin Life Stages Exposed to Engineered Nanoparticles (wileyonlinelibrary.com). DOI: 10.1002/tox.22159, Environmental Toxicology. 2015 ( Wiley Periodicals) Inc., 1-11.
  • 80 Luca Roncati, Giuseppe Barbolini, Antonietta M. Gatti, Teresa Pusiol, Francesco Piscioli, Antonio Maiorana. The uncontreolled Sialylation is related to chemoresistent metastatic breast cancer, Pathology, Oncology, Research on-line ( DOI 10.1007/sl12253-016-0057-6) 2016 ; p1-5. Apr 1. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 27037559
  • 81 Serena Carbone Sara Bosi; Antonietta Gatti; Giovanni Dinelli, Livia Vittori Antisari, Title: Metal and metal oxides engineered nanoparticles effects on physiological parameters and nutrients content in basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) spedito a Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, in accettazione
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  • 83 Antonietta Gatti Nano-biointeraction and nanopathology in AZOnano October 2016 http://www.news-medical.net/…/Nano-biointeraction-and-nanop…
  • 84 Chiara Gambardella, Sara Ferrando, Antonietta M. Gatti, Edoardo Cataldi, Paola Ramoino,Maria Grazia Aluigi,Marco Faimali,Alberto Diaspro,Carla Falugì, Review: Morphofunctional and biochemical markers of stress in sea urchin life stages exposed to engineered nanoparticles Environmental Toxicology • May 2015 DOI: 10.1002/tox.22159
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