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Interfaces between Materials and Biological Matter

Our interdisciplinary group is focused on the interfaces between materials/biomolecules and cells, where complex physico-chemical and biological phenomena take place. Research applications range from biosensors and drug delivery to biomaterials and tissue engineering.

At the interface between material science, biochemistry and cellular biology, our research projects are organized in three main themes :


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    The paper "Visible light-induced insulin aggregation on surfaces via photoexcitation of bound thioflavin T" has been published in Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology
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    The paper "Role of Phosphorylation in Moesin Interactions with PIP2-Containing Biomimetic Membranes" has been published in Biophysical Journal
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    The paper "Tunable Structural and Mechanical Properties of Cellulose Nanofiber Substrates in Aqueous Conditions for Stem Cell Culture" has been published in Macromolecules
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    The paper "The effect of hydration on the material and mechanical properties of cellulose nanocrystal-alginate composites" has been published in Carbohydrate Polymers
  • 07
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    The paper "Diamagnetically trapped arrays of living cells above micromagnets" has been published in Lab on a Chip
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    The paper "Synthesis and characterization of tin dioxide thick film modified by APTES in vapor and liquid phases" has been published in Journal of Materials Science
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    The paper "Matchout deuterium labelling of proteins for small-angle neutron scattering studies using prokaryotic and eukaryotic expression systems and high cell-density cultures" has been published in Eur Biophys Journal
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    The paper "Beyond mice: Emerging and transdisciplinary models for the study of early-onset myopathies" has been published in Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology

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Employment

We are always looking for highly motivated scientists.
Please send a cover letter and a CV to Catherine Picart
or check the Positions offers

Written by Colette Lartigue

Date of update April 5, 2018

Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes