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study the structural, dynamic, and thermodynamic features of low-populated excited or transient intermediate
ART is a crucial step and the question of sperm features used to select them is important. We have
SmartView is a development project for biomedical microscopy equipment. It is based on an innovative patented technology and is intended for imaging platforms, laboratories as well as biomedical institutes in the fields of health, food, pharmaceutical and cosmetics.
“ideal” feedstock for biorefinery. The common feature of these materials is to be ‘nature-wet’. Their
Molecular characterisation of the assembly and functioning of a membrane complex: the NADPH-oxidase – PROTOTYPE NOX
The NADPH oxidase is a part of numerous membrane proteins of which the three-dimensional structure was not able yet to be determined in spite of numerous efforts in the development of the production and purification techniques. However the knowledge of its structure and its functioning stays a major stake due to its pharmacological importance. That is why since a few years our efforts aim at the elaboration of a system of effective production of this enzyme.
native extracellular matrix comprising nanoscaled features in the form of nanofibers, nanopores, and nano-ridges
Autologous white adipose tissue withdrawn extemporaneously and biphasic calcium phosphate particles for bone defect reconstruction – WHATBONE
This biomaterial named «WHATBONE« can be prepared extemporaneously. It is composed of calcium phosphate particles, blood or plasma, and adipose tissue. Easy to prepare, moldable, adaptable to large bone defects and cost-effective, it could be an alternative to bone autograft in human.
structurally complex molecules having the essential features of antiparasitic agents, given important insights
Solving industrial production planning problems through mathematical programming
Emergence of resistance to multiple antibiotics requires the indentification and chartacterization of new targets for drug developement. The aim of our project is to characterize a promising target for the tretament of multidrug resistant tuberculosis