Some of the ICBMS teams work at the interface between chemistry and life sciences. Their applications are related to medicinal chemistry, particularly in the field of infectiology, oncology and medical imaging, or aspects aimed at a better understanding of biochemical processes such as membrane properties and cell functions, metabolic processes, but also prebiotic chemistry, self-evolving chemical systems and the development of synthetic vaccines based on glycolipid vesicles. To achieve this objective, the researchers use their expertise to develop various innovative tools as well as cross and multidisciplinary approaches, combining theory and experiments, biomimetic systems, molecular probes and selective enzyme inhibitors.
C. Marquette; C. Devillard
A. de Zordo-Banliat, K. Grollier, N. Vanthuyne, S. Floquet, Th. Billard, G. Dagousset, B. Pégot, E. Magnier
Hasnaoui, I.; Abouloifa, H.; Rokni, Y.; Bellaouchi, R.; Idrissi Yahyaoui, M.; Saalaoui, E.; Noiriel, A.; Abousalham, A.; Essifi, K.; Tahiri, A.; Jaouadi, B.; Asehraou, A.
Valentina Andretto, Mathieu Repellin, Marine Pujol, Eyad Almouazen, Jacqueline Sidi-Boumedine, Thierry Granjon, Heyang Zhang, Katrien Remaut, Lars Petter Jordheim, Stéphanie Briançon, Isabel Sofia Keil, Fulvia Vascotto, Kerstin C. Walzer, Ugur Sahin, Heinrich Haas, David Kryza, Giovana Lollo*