Our research aims at using all the abilities provided by STM/AFM techniques for the study of the stucture and conformation of biological materials, in order to correlate them to their functionnality. We are interested in topics as diverse as DNA condensation, protein adsorption, assembly of phospholipidic bilayers, or metallic implants.
|Effective start/end date||1/10/01 → 30/09/05|
- Biological implant
- Biological physics
- Solid-liquid interface
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