MARENGO, Arianna
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 2.655
EU - Europa 1.980
AS - Asia 1.695
SA - Sud America 170
AF - Africa 149
OC - Oceania 39
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 9
Totale 6.697
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 2.575
IT - Italia 686
CN - Cina 358
IE - Irlanda 316
IN - India 251
SE - Svezia 157
DE - Germania 136
IR - Iran 125
PK - Pakistan 116
VN - Vietnam 107
TR - Turchia 97
ID - Indonesia 94
BR - Brasile 87
GB - Regno Unito 87
MY - Malesia 87
PH - Filippine 82
DK - Danimarca 80
KR - Corea 78
PT - Portogallo 67
ES - Italia 66
FR - Francia 66
PL - Polonia 66
HK - Hong Kong 63
BE - Belgio 62
TH - Thailandia 61
CA - Canada 49
TW - Taiwan 47
MA - Marocco 36
AU - Australia 35
EG - Egitto 34
JP - Giappone 29
MX - Messico 27
DZ - Algeria 23
NL - Olanda 23
EC - Ecuador 22
UA - Ucraina 22
SA - Arabia Saudita 21
SG - Singapore 21
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 19
TN - Tunisia 18
CO - Colombia 17
RO - Romania 17
CL - Cile 16
RU - Federazione Russa 16
AR - Argentina 14
GR - Grecia 14
CH - Svizzera 12
ZA - Sudafrica 12
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 11
FI - Finlandia 10
NG - Nigeria 10
EU - Europa 9
IL - Israele 9
NO - Norvegia 9
AT - Austria 8
HU - Ungheria 8
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 7
IQ - Iraq 7
PE - Perù 7
UZ - Uzbekistan 7
EE - Estonia 5
BD - Bangladesh 4
BG - Bulgaria 4
BO - Bolivia 4
NP - Nepal 4
CM - Camerun 3
CU - Cuba 3
JO - Giordania 3
KZ - Kazakistan 3
LB - Libano 3
LK - Sri Lanka 3
SI - Slovenia 3
SY - Repubblica araba siriana 3
UY - Uruguay 3
YE - Yemen 3
BA - Bosnia-Erzegovina 2
LY - Libia 2
NC - Nuova Caledonia 2
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 2
RS - Serbia 2
SN - Senegal 2
TZ - Tanzania 2
UG - Uganda 2
ZW - Zimbabwe 2
AM - Armenia 1
BW - Botswana 1
BY - Bielorussia 1
ET - Etiopia 1
HR - Croazia 1
KH - Cambogia 1
LT - Lituania 1
LU - Lussemburgo 1
LV - Lettonia 1
MD - Moldavia 1
MU - Mauritius 1
PA - Panama 1
Totale 6.697
Città #
Chandler 392
Dublin 308
Ann Arbor 198
Fairfield 149
New York 111
Woodbridge 109
Nyköping 106
Turin 106
Beijing 103
Torino 102
Ashburn 93
Dong Ket 82
Wilmington 82
Houston 80
Medford 74
Princeton 71
Subang Jaya 64
Redwood City 63
Seattle 61
Tehran 55
Cambridge 54
Frankfurt am Main 50
Dearborn 46
Central 45
Brussels 44
Pisa 44
Pune 38
Lahore 35
Bangkok 34
Karachi 34
Florence 33
Warsaw 33
Lisbon 31
Rome 30
Hangzhou 28
Jakarta 28
Surat 28
Boston 27
Guangzhou 25
Washington 25
Jacksonville 24
Cagliari 23
Milan 21
Montreal 19
Bengaluru 18
Quezon City 18
Istanbul 17
San Diego 17
Geumjeong-gu 16
Hebei 16
Hobart 16
Shanghai 16
Ames 15
Bologna 15
Fes 15
Kaohsiung City 15
Villeurbanne 15
Maringá 14
Boardman 13
Chennai 13
Jinan 13
Leiden 13
Norwalk 13
San Jose 13
Santiago 13
Seocho-gu 13
Taipei 13
Baltimore 12
Gent 12
Konya 12
Mandi 12
Tabriz 12
Wuhan 12
Ankara 11
Cairo 11
Ibague 11
Mexico City 11
Tunis 11
Brisbane 10
Delhi 10
Dera Ghazi Khan 10
Lucca 10
Marikina City 10
Nanjing 10
New Delhi 10
Rawalpindi 10
Riyadh 10
Seoul 10
Johannesburg 9
Ottawa 9
Wanju 9
Changsha 8
Coventry 8
Guayaquil 8
Kolkata 8
Kuala Lumpur 8
Lucknow 8
Magelang 8
Tokyo 8
Elâzığ 7
Totale 3.873
Nome #
Gas chromatography of essential oil: State-of-the-art, recent advances, and perspectives 339
Evaluating the effect of in vitro digestion on the total polyphenol content of Vitis vinifera L. by-products 300
Essential oil components as GC-compatible hydrophobic deep eutectic solvents to extract regulated compounds from water-based fragrances 292
Essential oils as potential acetylcholinesterase and butyrylcholinesterase inhibitors. A case study: Elettaria cardamomum (L.) Maton essential oil 244
“Truly Natural”: Fully Automated Stir-Bar Sorptive Extraction with Enantioselective GC–MS Quantitation of Chiral Markers of Peach Aroma 237
Chemical and biomolecular analyses to discriminate three taxa of Pistacia genus from Sardinia Island (Italy) and their antifungal activity 198
Essential oils bearing specialized metabolites with potential hypoglycemic activity: a bio-guided fractionation approach driven by in vitro (porcine, human and fungal) α-amylase inhibition assays 181
Evaluation of volatile bioactive secondary metabolites transfer from medicinal and aromatic plants to herbal teas: Comparison of different methods for the determination of transfer rate and human intake 166
Chemical characterisation and biological activity of leaf essential oils obtained from Pistacia terebinthus growing wild in Tunisia and Sardinia Island 154
Omics analysis of natural products is going greener: Opportunities from new materials combined with microextraction techniques 150
Characterization of four wild edible Carduus species from the Mediterranean region via phytochemical and biomolecular analyses 145
Harnessing the potential of natural compounds through DES-based DLLME to make greener fragrance analysis: A case study with high water content samples 142
Antiviral Activity of a Arisaema Tortuosum Leaf Extract and Some of its Constituents against Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 142
Elettaria cardamomum (L.) Maton essential oil as potential acetylcholinesterase and butyrylcholinesterase inhibitor: A bioguided fractionation approach 132
Exploiting Magnetic Ionic Liquids to Develop a One-step Method for Plant DNA Isolation 130
Exploiting the versatility of vacuum-assisted headspace solid-phase microextraction in combination with the selectivity of ionic liquid-based GC stationary phases to discriminate Boswellia spp. resins through their volatile and semivolatile fractions 124
Arabidopsis thaliana ITS sequence-specific DNA extraction by ion-tagged oligonucleotides coupled with a magnetic ionic liquid 119
Can the selectivity of phosphonium based ionic liquids be exploited as stationary phase for routine gas chromatography? A case study: The use of trihexyl(tetradecyl) phosphonium chloride in the flavor, fragrance and natural product fields 115
APPLICATION OF VACUUM-ASSISTED HEADSPACE SOLID PHASE MICROEXTRACTION TO CHARACTERISE THE VOLATILE AND SEMI-VOLATILE FRACTIONS OF COMPLEX SOLID PLANT MATRICES 113
Medical Ethnobotany survey of the Senegalese community living in Cagliari (Sardinia, Italy) 109
Essential oils bearing specialized metabolites with potential acetylcholinesterase inhibitory activity 106
Ionic liquids as water-compatible GC stationary phases for the analysis of fragrances and essential oils: Quantitative GC–MS analysis of officially-regulated allergens in perfumes 103
OLI ESSENZIALI CONTENENTI CITRALE COME POTENZIALI INIBITORI DELLA TIROSINASI 102
Artemisia umbelliformis Lam. and Génépi Liqueur: Volatile Profile as Diagnostic Marker for Geographic Origin and to Predict Liqueur Safety 86
A Case Report of Accidental Intoxication following Ingestion of Foxglove Confused with Borage: High Digoxinemia without Major Complications 81
Identification of a new R3 MYB type repressor and functional characterization of the members of the MBW transcriptional complex involved in anthocyanin biosynthesis in eggplant (S. Melongena L.) 79
Rediscovering medicinal Amazonian aromatic plants: Piper carpunya (Piperaceae) essential oil as paradigmatic study 76
Grapevine Green Pruning Residues as a Promising and Sustainable Source of Bioactive Phenolic Compounds 74
Artemisia umbelliformis Lam. and génépi liqueur. From the field to the final product: the importance of the volatile fraction in quality control 73
PLANT VOLATILE SECONDARY METABOLITES: CITRAL CONTAINING ESSENTIAL OILS AS POTENTIAL TYROSINASE INHIBITORS 72
Analytical strategies for in-vivo evaluation of plant volatile emissions - A review 71
Determination of acrylamide in roasted coffee powders and brews at ultra-trace level by GC-MS using microextraction techniques based on Ionic Liquids 69
Bio-guided fractionation driven by in vitro α-amylase inhibition assays of essential oils bearing specialized metabolites with potential hypoglycemic activity 68
Development of an innovative and sustainable one-step method for rapid plant DNA isolation for targeted PCR using magnetic ionic liquids 67
Ptilostemon casabonae (L.) Greuter: phytochemical and biomolecular intra-specific variability of a little known endemic Mediterranean plant 66
Chromatographic Fingerprinting Strategy to Delineate Chemical Patterns Correlated to Coffee Odor and Taste Attributes 66
Characterization of the phenolic content of leaves and green pruning residues of Vitis vinifera L. 65
Phenolic content and antioxidant potential evaluation of unexploited byproducts from Vitis vinifera L. 64
Exploiting ionic liquids as GC stationary phases in the essential oil field, the uncommon selectivity of trihexyl(tetradecyl)phosphonium chloride 60
Quality control of medicinal and aromatic plants and related herbal teas: quantitative determination of volatile bioactive secondary metabolites 59
“Truly natural”: fully automated stir bar sorptive extraction-enantioselective GC-MS quantitation of chiral markers of peach aroma 59
Derivatization-targeted analysis of amino compounds in plant extracts in neutral loss acquisition mode by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry 59
Ionic Liquids for Micro-Scale Extractions from Plants: From the Plant Genome to the Plant Metabolome 58
Essential oils and hypoglycemic activity: bio-guided fractionation approach looking for plant bioactive secondary metabolites with alpha-amylase inhibition capacity 58
Bio-guided fractionation of essential oils looking for plant bioactive secondary metabolites with potential hypoglycemic activity 55
Adulteration of essential oils: A multitask issue for quality control. three case studies: Lavandula angustifolia mill., Citrus limon (l.) Osbeck and Melaleuca alternifolia (Maiden & Betche) Cheel 54
Anti-inflammatory activity of different species of thistles from Sardinia in gastric epithelial cells 53
Ptilostemon casabonae (L.) Greuter: chemical and biomolecular analyses of a little-known Mediterranean endemism 50
Pomegranate by-products valorization: cell-based antioxidant activity of the hydroalcoholic leaf extract 49
Antidiabetic potential of Ptilostemon casabonae (L.) Greuter, a little-known Mediterranean plant 49
Punica granatum leaves as a potential source of bioactive molecules 47
The hydro-alcoholic extracts of Sardinian wild thistles (Onopordum spp.) inhibit TNF alpha-induced IL-8 secretion and NF-kappa B pathway in human gastric epithelial AGS cells 47
Misidentification of wild plant cooked in soup and sold as traditional gastronomy 46
Preliminary study of endemic plants of Sardinia as a source of new antiviral agents 46
Ionic liquids as stationary phases for gas chromatography—Unusual selectivity of ionic liquids with a phosphonium cation and different anions in the flavor, fragrance and essential oil analyses 46
Characterization and Biological Activity of Fiber-Type Cannabis sativa L. Aerial Parts at Different Growth Stages 46
Punica granatum Leaf Ethanolic Extract and Ellagic Acid as Inhibitors of Zika Virus Infection 45
Citral-containing essential oils as potential tyrosinase inhibitors: A bio-guided fractionation approach 45
Hypericum scruglii, a species endemic to Sardinia as a source of potential HIV-1 integrase inhibitors 43
Phytochemical and biomolecular analyses of wild edible Sardinian thistles and evaluation of their potential anti-inflammatory activity 40
Evaluation of the Farming Potential of Echinacea Angustifolia DC. Accessions Grown in Italy by Root-Marker Compound Content and Morphological Trait Analyses 40
Citral Containing Essential Oils as Potential Tyrosinase Inhibitors: a bio-guided fractionation approach to investigate the additive and/or synergistic contribution of minor compounds 39
Essential oils bearing specialized metabolites with potential tyrosinase inhibitory activity 37
In vitro permeation, skin-layers distribution and environmental emission of bioactive Tea Tree essential oil components from topic formulations 35
Wild edible plants or herbal medicine? Preliminary ethnobotanical investigation on Asteraceae in TBK of Sardinia island, Italy. 34
INVESTIGATION OF FOUR WILD EDIBLE CARDUUS SPECIES FROM SARDINIA VIA PHYTOCHEMICAL AND BIOMOLECULAR ANALYSES 33
In vitro anti-HIV-1 reverse transcriptase and integrase properties of punica granatum L. Leaves, bark, and peel extracts and their main compounds 32
New phases for analytical scale extraction from plants: Current and future trends 31
Intra-specific variation in the little-known Mediterranean plant Ptilostemon casabonae (L.) Greuter analysed through phytochemical and biomolecular markers 31
Ptilostemon casabonae (L.) Greuter | [Ptilostemon casabonae (L.) Greuter] 30
Development Of A Dispersive Solid-Liquid Microextraction Method Using Natural Eutectic Mixtures For A Greener Extraction Of Phytochemicals From Cannabis sp. Samples 30
Development of a dispersive solid-liquid microextraction method using natural eutectic solvents for a greener extraction of phytochemicals from fiber-type Cannabis sp 28
Immobilization of phosphonium-based ionic liquid stationary phases extends their operative range to routine applications in the flavor, fragrance and natural product fields 28
Melissa officinalis extracts as potential acetylcholinesterase, tyrosinase and elastase enzymes inhibitors 27
Going green in natural products analysis: leading strategies for sample preparation and analysis 27
Ptilostemon casabonae (L.) Greuter: some updates on a poorly known endemic species from Sardinia 27
Onopordum illyricum L.: new anti HIV-1 agents from a Mediterranean edible Mediterranean plant. 27
Volatile profiling of Arnicão (Lychnophora salicifolia mart.), a wild medicinal species from Brazilian Cerrado 27
Fiber-Type Cannabis sativa L.: Phytochemical Characterization and Biological Activity of the Aerial Parts at Different Growth Stages 26
Hydrophobic Natural Eutectic Solvents for the Gas Chromatographic Determination of Suspected Allergens in Fragrances by Dispersive Liquid-Liquid Microextraction 26
HEMP AND GRAPEVINE BY-PRODUCTS: HOW TO VALORIZE THEIR CONTENT IN BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS WITH GREENER APPROACHES? 25
Phytochemical and biomolecular analyses of four wild edible Carduus species from Sardinia. 25
Preliminary study of variability of essential oils btained from Sardinian populations of Teucrium capitatum L. ssp. Capitatum 25
Essential oils’ components for the preparation of Natural Eutectic Solvents 22
Effect of different light intensities on Haematococcus pluvialis ketocarotenoid biosynthesis 22
In vitro citotoxicity evaluation of natural compounds from Punica granatum L. and Vitis vinifera L. on leukemia and multiple myeloma cell lines 22
Derivatization-targeted analysis of amino compounds from Cardueae species by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry 22
Natural hydrophobic deep eutectic solvents for the extraction of bioactive compounds from complex samples 17
Characterization of non-psychotomimetic cannabinoids and phenolic compounds in fiber-type Cannabis sativa L. aerial parts at different vegetative stages as a potential source of antioxidants 17
Preliminary essential oils study on the genus Teucrium from Sardinia (Italy). 17
Wild italian hyssopus officinalis subsp. Aristatus (godr.) nyman: From morphological and phytochemical evidences to biological activities 15
A sustainable approach for the reliable and simultaneous determination of terpenoids and cannabinoids in hemp inflorescences by vacuum assisted headspace solid-phase microextraction 14
Free Amino Acids and Biogenic Amines Profiling and Variation in Wild and Sub-Endemic Cardueae Species from Sardinia and Corse 6
Achillea millefolium L. and Achillea erba-rotta subsp. moschata (Wulfen) I.Richardson: investigation of two species traditionally used in northern Italy 6
Green strategies for analysis of natural products 5
Ionic Liquids in Green Sample Preparation 4
Ultrasound-assisted dispersive solid-liquid microextraction with eutectic solvents for the determination of cannabinoids in different hemp products 4
Make the Quality Control of Essential Oils Greener: Fast Enantioselective GC-MS Analysis of Sweet and Bitter Orange as a Case Study 4
Detection of amino compounds by diethyl ethoxymethylenemalonate derivatization and neutral loss scan mode 4
Promising inhibition of diabetes-related enzymes and antioxidant properties of Ptilostemon casabonae leaves extract 3
Totale 6.928
Categoria #
all - tutte 17.993
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 8.394
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 26.387


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019263 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 33 99 85 23
2019/2020631 13 16 14 64 28 84 72 79 87 64 58 52
2020/2021717 56 73 70 33 50 85 25 58 35 46 38 148
2021/20221.050 37 43 122 72 33 64 96 97 56 58 186 186
2022/20231.637 115 104 61 127 138 385 157 115 153 61 125 96
2023/20242.394 177 207 182 320 365 401 415 327 0 0 0 0
Totale 6.929