Innovative and integrated strategies: Case studies

Maria Rosa Trapani, Franco Palla, Giovanna Lombardo, Rosa Maria Chisesi, Matteo Cammarata, Enza Di Carlo, Sandro Drago, Giuseppe Stampone, Ambra Giordano, Giovanna Benedetta Barresi, Salvatore Schiavone, Valentina Rotolo

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Abstract

In this chapter, case studies related to biodeterioration, bioaerosol, biocide and biocleaning are reported. The aim is highlighting the role of biology and biotechnology tools for the preventive conservation of organic and inorganic artifacts, understanding how traditional as well as innovative methods can help the conservationists to develop integrated strategies considering works of art/environment/ humans as a dynamic system. Particularly, based on the experience acquired during the researches of Laboratory of Biology and Biotechnology for Cultural Heritage (LaBBCH), the authors suggest several approaches to reveal and identify biological systems able to induce biodeterioration of cultural assets, also focusing on bioaerosols in indoor environment to assess the risk for historical-artistic collections. Finally, novel bioactive molecules have been applied to perform biocleaning protocols or to control of microbial colonisation, in accordance to conservative restoration procedures and safety for both the environment and operators.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteBiotechnology and Conservation of Cultural Heritage
Pagine85-100
Numero di pagine16
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2017

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Biotechnology
biotechnology
biology
Disinfectants
Biological systems
Restoration
Conservation
Dynamical systems
work of art
Art
cultural heritage
colonization
Artifacts
restoration
Molecules
artifact
assets
conservation
Safety
Research

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Immunology and Microbiology(all)
  • Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology(all)
  • Social Sciences(all)

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Trapani, M. R., Palla, F., Lombardo, G., Chisesi, R. M., Cammarata, M., Di Carlo, E., ... Rotolo, V. (2017). Innovative and integrated strategies: Case studies. In Biotechnology and Conservation of Cultural Heritage (pagg. 85-100)

Innovative and integrated strategies: Case studies. / Trapani, Maria Rosa; Palla, Franco; Lombardo, Giovanna; Chisesi, Rosa Maria; Cammarata, Matteo; Di Carlo, Enza; Drago, Sandro; Stampone, Giuseppe; Giordano, Ambra; Barresi, Giovanna Benedetta; Schiavone, Salvatore; Rotolo, Valentina.

Biotechnology and Conservation of Cultural Heritage. 2017. pag. 85-100.

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Trapani, MR, Palla, F, Lombardo, G, Chisesi, RM, Cammarata, M, Di Carlo, E, Drago, S, Stampone, G, Giordano, A, Barresi, GB, Schiavone, S & Rotolo, V 2017, Innovative and integrated strategies: Case studies. in Biotechnology and Conservation of Cultural Heritage. pagg. 85-100.
Trapani MR, Palla F, Lombardo G, Chisesi RM, Cammarata M, Di Carlo E e altri. Innovative and integrated strategies: Case studies. In Biotechnology and Conservation of Cultural Heritage. 2017. pag. 85-100
Trapani, Maria Rosa ; Palla, Franco ; Lombardo, Giovanna ; Chisesi, Rosa Maria ; Cammarata, Matteo ; Di Carlo, Enza ; Drago, Sandro ; Stampone, Giuseppe ; Giordano, Ambra ; Barresi, Giovanna Benedetta ; Schiavone, Salvatore ; Rotolo, Valentina. / Innovative and integrated strategies: Case studies. Biotechnology and Conservation of Cultural Heritage. 2017. pagg. 85-100
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