MANENTE, Sabrina
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 19.489
EU - Europa 18.924
AS - Asia 6.115
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 50
SA - Sud America 45
OC - Oceania 19
AF - Africa 4
Totale 44.646
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 18.987
PL - Polonia 9.780
CN - Cina 4.661
IT - Italia 2.731
SE - Svezia 1.253
UA - Ucraina 1.214
DE - Germania 911
IE - Irlanda 789
FI - Finlandia 779
GB - Regno Unito 633
CA - Canada 500
SG - Singapore 478
TR - Turchia 347
RU - Federazione Russa 338
HK - Hong Kong 273
FR - Francia 134
VN - Vietnam 109
NL - Olanda 81
BE - Belgio 77
ID - Indonesia 71
KR - Corea 57
EU - Europa 50
IN - India 48
CH - Svizzera 45
BG - Bulgaria 38
AT - Austria 36
BR - Brasile 33
IR - Iran 20
RO - Romania 19
DK - Danimarca 17
LB - Libano 16
UZ - Uzbekistan 16
GR - Grecia 13
AU - Australia 11
CL - Cile 8
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 8
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 8
SA - Arabia Saudita 5
ES - Italia 4
PT - Portogallo 4
BN - Brunei Darussalam 3
EE - Estonia 3
IL - Israele 3
JP - Giappone 3
MD - Moldavia 3
ME - Montenegro 3
NO - Norvegia 3
BO - Bolivia 2
LV - Lettonia 2
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 2
TN - Tunisia 2
AR - Argentina 1
BA - Bosnia-Erzegovina 1
BD - Bangladesh 1
BY - Bielorussia 1
DZ - Algeria 1
HR - Croazia 1
IQ - Iraq 1
LU - Lussemburgo 1
MA - Marocco 1
MO - Macao, regione amministrativa speciale della Cina 1
MX - Messico 1
PA - Panama 1
PE - Perù 1
TW - Taiwan 1
YE - Yemen 1
Totale 44.646
Città #
Warsaw 9.748
Woodbridge 4.654
Jacksonville 1.997
Chandler 1.972
Ann Arbor 1.744
Houston 1.081
Fairfield 868
Dublin 784
Mestre 636
Wilmington 627
Nanjing 623
Ashburn 529
Jinan 524
Venice 514
Shenyang 464
Dearborn 430
Toronto 405
New York 387
Seattle 379
Izmir 344
San Mateo 329
Beijing 295
Singapore 291
Hong Kong 269
Hebei 268
Boardman 265
Andover 261
Des Moines 246
Boston 227
Cambridge 224
Venezia 199
Mülheim 196
Princeton 195
Changsha 183
Tianjin 183
Guangzhou 179
Zhengzhou 178
Nanchang 171
Hangzhou 157
Jiaxing 155
Ningbo 152
Latiano 141
Taiyuan 141
Haikou 140
Taizhou 135
Dong Ket 106
Fuzhou 106
Saint Petersburg 100
Redwood City 93
Milan 83
Brussels 75
Jakarta 70
Bremen 67
Ottawa 61
Verona 59
San Diego 58
Kunming 51
Hefei 45
Philadelphia 41
Pune 41
Los Angeles 40
Rome 38
Norwalk 36
Seongnam 33
Sofia 33
London 26
Orange 26
San Paolo di Civitate 26
Phoenix 25
Southend 24
Altamura 23
Den Haag 23
Moscow 23
Renton 22
Shanghai 20
Treviso 19
Auburn Hills 18
Torre Del Greco 18
Amsterdam 17
Baotou 17
Helsinki 17
Falls Church 16
Simi Valley 16
Lanzhou 14
Vienna 14
Xiangfen 14
Changchun 13
Seoul 13
Washington 13
Berlin 12
Horia 12
Polska 12
Yicheng 12
Leawood 11
Ürümqi 11
Clearwater 10
Montréal 10
Salerno 10
Zanjan 10
Kilburn 9
Totale 35.702
Nome #
The extreme environment of a library: Xerophilic fungi inhabiting indoor niches 489
An in vitro study on the toxic effects of nonylphenols (NP) in mitochondria 466
Detection of volatile metabolites of moulds isolated from a contaminated library 463
A bioanalytical method for the monitoring of metal alkyls in solution. 458
The elutriate toxicity of sediments from tropical areas 441
Heparin-induced structural and functional alterations of bovine trypsin 435
Beef heart mitochondria for the Rotenone monitoring. 434
The mitochondria as biosensors for the monitoring of detergent compounds in solution 427
A five-year study on the heavy-metal pollution of Guanabara Bay sediments (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) and evaluation of the metal bioavailability by means of geochemical speciation 417
A comparison between the responses of neutral red and acridine orange: Acridine Orange should be preferential and alternative to neutral red as a dye for the monitoring of contaminants by means of biological sensors 417
A new procedure for the monitoring of Cationic Detergents in solution 403
Active and passive biomonitoring comparison: a good choose to understand the complexity of a transition environment 400
A new proposal regarding the transport mechanism of mercury in biological membranes 389
Mechanism and Pathophysiological Role of Polyamine Transport in Mammalian Mitochondria. Answer to Debated Questions 389
The interactions of cetyltrimethylammonium with mitochondria: an uncoupler or a detergent? 386
BIO2REMEDIATION®: A self-sustainable tool for the treatment of shallow polluted basins. 381
In vitro Cd release from sediment and bioaccumulation in filtering biota (M. galloprovincialis) in different oxygen concentration 376
Interactions of Cr(VI) and Cr(III) with isolated rat live mitochondria. 376
The interaction of zinc pyrithione with mitochondria from rat liver and a study of the mechanism of inhibition of ATP synthesis 373
A study of the toxic effects of six dibenzofuranes in mitochondria from rat liver 370
Fungal contamination specifically related to the use of Compastus shelvings: the case study of a Venetian library 365
Methylmercury induces the opening of the permeability transition pore in rat liver mithocondria. 363
In vitro test to determine Cd bioaccumulation in Mytilus galloprovincialis 360
The interaction of tributyllead with lysosomes from rat liver 360
Heavy metal polluted sediment, biota uptake and metallothionein induction: does it always exist linear relation? 357
An alternative to Neutral Red as a dye for environmental contaminant biomonitoring. 357
Assessment of the environmental pollution relative to Cd and metallothionein concentration in tissues of mussels 356
Release of micro-pollutants from sediment and bioaccumulation in mussels in condition of tangential aeration 354
In vitro test system develop to simulate sediment water column - biota heavy metal interchange 354
Examination and evaluation of a coastal environment contamination at a formed shooting area. 354
Frozen mitochondria as rapid water quality bioassay 352
Bidirectional fluxes of spermine across the mitochondrial membrane. 352
Exposure and risk in indoor environment: VOCs analysis from unexpected microbiological sources 352
Mycotoxin-producing ability of indoor airbone fungi isolated from librarian environment affected by mould contamination 351
An in vitro study of the interaction of Sea-Nine with rat lever mitochondria 350
Bivalve Mollusc metallothionein during acute bioaccumulation tests 348
Fungal infections and Cultural Heritage: An alternative approach for VOCs analysis applied in indoor environment 348
A possible transport mechanism for aluminum in biological membranes 347
The Venice and Grado - Marano lagoons (Italy): are metallothioneins useful tools to monitoring heavy metals pollution in transition environment? 346
Cd-metallothionein quantification by gel-chromatografy after acute and subchronic bioaccumulations tests. 344
FM22 (Frozen Mitochondria bioassay): an animal alternative bioassay for toxicity measures for water soluble samples. 341
Oxygenated and anoxic water condition influence on Cd release and bioaccumulation in filtering biota 336
Environmental assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) of sediments of Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 334
Cd-metallothioneins synthesis in the hepatopancreas of Mytilus galloprovincialis 330
Study of the toxicity of marine sediments of Babitonga Bay – Brazil. 328
The interactions of Cobalt(II) with mitochondria from rat liver 326
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons bioaccumulation from sediment to mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis) 323
Heavy metal bioaccumulation trends in the shell of two Bivalve species: a comparative study. 322
The interaction of Methylmercury with Lysosomes from rat liver 321
Health state of mollusc productive sites: Biochemical, physiologicaland molecular markers 320
Environmental risk management in confined spaces. A study case of an archive like a model of indoor environment involved with biodeterioration. 319
Heavy metal distribution in Grado Lagoon sediments. 317
Antioxidant action of two polyphenols, resveratrol and piceid, on a biological model in vitro. 314
Tributyltin and mitochondria: new evidence in support of an uncoupling mechanism and further characterization of the transport mechanism 311
Estimation of experimental conditions to maximize mussels shell capability in trace metals accumulation. 311
Heavy metals distribution in Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro: preliminary results 308
Heavy metal mobilization monitored by a mussel bioaccumualtion test. 308
A study on a possible toxicity action mechanism of chemical compounds which are formed by hydrolisis of atrazine 307
Improvement on frozen mitochondria bioassay: a methodological remark. 306
Le metallotioneine come biomarker dell’inquinamento da metalli pesanti: analisi preliminare di molluschi della Laguna di Grado e Marano. 296
TCMS inhibits ATP synthesis in mitochondria: a systematic analysis of the inhibitory mechanism 293
Irgarol inhibits ATP synthesis in mitochondria 291
Organotins as mitochondria toxins. 287
Evidence of a hormetic effect in growth inhibition algal test. 287
Sediment elutriation, toxicity and bioconcentration in Guanabara Bay.[Chap. 12] 285
Trialkyllead compounds induce the opening of the MPT pore in rat liver mitochondria 284
The accumulation in lysosomes of the anionic detergent alkylbenzene sulfonate. 281
DSS applied in Guanabara Bay. [Chap. 7] 280
Bivalve shells reuse and recovery: bio-inertisation and engineering applications. 276
Bioaccumulo di metalli nelle valve di Tapes philippinarum dell’Alto Adriatico: uno studio comparativo. 275
Valutazioni ecotossicologiche per il ripristino di una ex area di tiro al piattello situate in ambiente di transizione lagunare. 274
Comparison between two advanced technologies used to abate PAH generated during cooking by industrial catering 266
Spermine cycling in mitochondria is mediated by adenine nucleotide translocase activity: mechanism and pathophysiological implications 264
Analisi comparativa del contenuto di elementi maggiori e in traccia nelle conchiglie di due specie di Bivalvi della Laguna di Venezia. 254
Waste from clam harvesting: a resource for environmental engineering in the Venice lagoon. 250
How traces of pollutants in the environment modify bioremediation efficiency performed with Desulfovibrio vulgaris, and the advantage of an optimization protocol using soft chemicals 249
Mitochondria as biosensors for toxicity measurements in solution 247
Influenza della concentrazione di ossigeno nel bioaccumulo e nell’induzione di Cd-tioneine in Mytilus galloprovincialis in relazione alla biodisponibilità nel sedimento 240
Comparison between two advanced abatement technologies for potentially hazardous chemicals (PAH) generated by restaurant and catering industries as cooking wastes. 240
Bioinertization strategy by Bivalves: A new challenging technique also for CO2 balance. 239
Critical temperature ranges in the PAH production during the pyrolisis of shredded recycled tire rubber 238
Applicazione della tecnica di Elutriazione come metodo avanzato per la valutazione della tossicità di un sedimento su alghe unicellulari - Confronto dei dati tossicologici con il contenuto di inquinanti organici ed inorganici. 236
The transport of cadmium in biological membranes. 236
Chemical and biological characterization of paper: A case study usinga proposed methodological approach 236
A possible explanation of the toxicity and in particular of the neurotoxicity of trialkyllead (tal) compounds 235
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in sediments of Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 225
Applicazione di una tecnica di biomarker a bioti della laguna di Venezia e correlazione con i dati sedimentologici 224
FM22 (Frozen Mitochondria bioassay) quale potenziale test per la valutazione di esposizione per inalazione. 222
Heavy metal pollution in central Venice lagoon bottom sediments: evaluation of the metal bioavailability by geochemical speciation procedure. 221
Spatial and temporal distribution of PAHs in sediments from Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 219
The interactions of SDS with mitochondria from rat liver 218
A proposal to explain the neurotoxicity of methylmercury and some organometal compounds 216
NTA effect on metal bio-availibility in estuarine sediments. 216
Técnicas para previsão de efeitos ambientais causados por estressores ecológicos. Testes com organismos.[Cap. 12] 213
Técnicas para previsão de efeitos ambientais causados por estressores ecológicos. Principios generais.[Cap. 11] 213
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Técnicas para previsão de efeitos ambientais causados por estressores ecológicos. Testes morfologicos, bioquimicos e quimicos. [Cap. 13] 206
PAH remove by an innovative technology: Bio2Remediation applied in Venice lagoon. 204
Alluminio: Tossicologia ed ecotossicologia nei comparti ambientali. 204
Optimal conditions for avoiding emission of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) during combustion of sherred recycled tire rubber 202
Totale 31.491
Categoria #
all - tutte 96.589
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 96.589


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2019/20207.849 963 667 378 848 562 732 517 1.126 459 815 461 321
2020/20217.528 402 125 472 380 1.025 696 388 473 421 1.023 1.104 1.019
2021/20227.216 730 1.155 418 1.115 421 33 290 460 148 568 1.363 515
2022/20235.394 402 350 91 643 741 1.501 252 384 595 36 328 71
2023/20242.173 112 142 52 40 254 555 44 260 163 42 252 257
2024/202524 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totale 45.566