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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 […]
The main objective of our work is to enable researchers in chemistry and biology to use nuclear magnetic resonance as a routine tool in order to obtain a structural and dynamic characterisation of chemical or biological systems of primary importance, from new materials to complex biological systems, such as metalloproteins and large biological assemblies of […]
The molecular interaction group investigates all kind of molecules in solution and more particularly focuses on the interaction of biomolecules as well as polymer NMR characterization. In particular, we are interested in combining experimental data with molecular dynamics through the use of GPU technology to assay the thermodynamical parameters describing molecular interactions. We focus on […]
The research activities of the group are mainly based on chemometrics and/or computational chemistry methods. This implies the use of a large number of modeling tools : theoretical physics calculations, multivariate statistical analyses and Design of Experiments (DOE). Specific algorithms are built to answer targeted problems. We also developed customized liquid or solid formulations (with […]
The group’s research primarily focuses on the developing of computational methods for the characterization and understanding of the dynamics, interactions, and function of proteins and their complexes at the atomistic level by solution and solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. Yet, we are also actively developing new computational methods for analysis of complex mixtures for […]
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 […]