BioMark sensor Research, University of Coimbra
Manuela Frasco received a degree in Biochemistry in 2000 and a PhD in Biomedical Sciences in 2007, both from the University of Porto. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the BioMark Sensor Research Lab at the University of Coimbra, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering. Her main research interests include nanomaterials, biopolymers, biomimetic imprinting, bioinspired photonics and optical sensors.
A molecularly imprinted photonic polymer based on an inverse opal structure for sensing D-dimer at the point-of-care. Talanta, 2022; 243: 123387.
Carla F Pereira, M Goreti F Sales, Manuela F Frasco
Photonics in nature and bioinspired designs: sustainable approaches for a colourful world. Nanoscale Advances, 2020.
Raquel Vaz, Manuela F. Frasco, M. Goreti F. Sales
A biomimetic photonic crystal sensor for label-free detection of urinary venous thromboembolism biomarker. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, pp. 127947, 2020.
Sara Resende, Manuela F. Frasco, M. Goreti F. Sales
Semiconductor quantum dots in chemical sensors and biosensors. Sensors (Basel), pp. 7266-86, 2009.
Manuela F. Frasco, Nikos Chaniotakis
Mechanisms of cholinesterase inhibition by inorganic mercury. FEBS J. pp. 1849-61, 2007.
Manuela F. Frasco, Jacques-Philippe Colletier, Martin Weik, Félix Carvalho, Lúcia Guilhermino, Jure Stojan, Didier Fournier