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Theme Animators

Carole CHAIX, Research director, carole.chaix@isa-lyon.fr
Isabelle KRIMM, Researcher, isabelle.krimm@isa-lyon.fr

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Biological Analysis by Mass Spectrometry

Biomarkers can be used to detect a change in the physiological state of a patient that correlates with the risk or progression of a disease (eg. Alzheimer’s disease) and/or to assess chemical exposure and the cumulative, adverse effects of toxicants in ecotoxicology. The discovery and the validation of new biomarkers raise many both analytical and […]

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Chromatography & Hyphenated Techniques

The group develops chromatographic techniques from analytical to preparative scale, with a view to push the limits in terms of both separation power and sensitivity. i.e. Centrifugal Partition Chromatography (CPC or countercurrent chromatography), Ultra High Performance Liquid Chromatography (UHPLC) and Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC) with a particular focus on multi-dimensional chromatography hyphenated to multi detection […]

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Fragment-based screening and NMR for bioactive molecules

Our research spans the field of Chemical Biology, Structural Biology and Drug Discovery and mainly focuses on the development of new molecules to fight cancer, inflammation, as well as infectious diseases through the development of novel antibiotics and antiviral compounds. Our approach is based on the combination of NMR spectroscopy and fragment library screening. We […]

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Hyperpolarized Magnetic Resonance

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and are two well-established powerful and versatile tools that are extensively used in many fields of research, in clinics and in industry. Despite considerable efforts involving highly sophisticated instrumentation, these techniques suffer from low sensitivity, which keeps many of today’s most interesting problems in modern analytical […]

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Interfaces & Biosensors

The main activities of the group are focused on the conception and elaboration of biofunctionnalized microdevices for biosensing , medical diagnosis and therapeutic applications. For sensing applications, we design and engineer surfaces and layers, including recognizing (bio)molecule layers, well adapted to various electrochemical transducers (amperometric, conductometric, impedancemetric, etc.). The team has acquired a strong expertise […]

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Micro & Nanobiotechnology

Within the fields of nanobioscience, micro&nanotechnology, electrical engineering, and applied physics the group develops biosensors and unconventional micro&nanotechnologies to create flexible analytical tools based on BioLab-on-chips, micro/nanosensors, micromixers, and microfilters. These innovative tools, designed to be suitable for large-scale production at low cost have application in healthcare and life sciences, ranging from uncovering and diagnosing […]

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NMR Methods for Metabolism

The group NMR Methods for Metabolism develops a multi-disciplinary approach that combines development of state-of-the art NMR spectroscopic methods, statistical strategies for metabolomics NMR data analysis and applications of the metabolomics approach to functional and medical biology pertaining to cancer research, epidemiology and infectiology. To achieve our objectives for molecular fingerprinting of model organisms and […]

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Separative Methods

Based on both thermodynamic and kinetic approaches of transfer processes in separation tools, the group develops separation methodologies to tackle characterization of complex samples within the fields of environment, health, nuclear and industrial analysis. Research is driven by the reduction in size of separation devices and the development of innovative stationary phases (monolith) and coatings […]

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Technology and Research in Analytical Chemistry for Environment, health and their interactions

The group investigates the behavior of organic micro-pollutants with both targeted and untargeted analytical methods applied to environmental and health issues. It also aims to contribute to the understanding of Environment & Health interactions (exposome) and human exposure. To fit these objectives, we develop: Innovative methods for the quantification of trace and ultra-trace of contaminants, […]

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