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Talk by Véronique Rosilio

Title: "Interaction of bioactive molecules, particles and supramolecular assemblies with artificial membrane models"
Occasion: CellNanOs and SFB Seminar
Host: Changjiang You
Start: 27.06.2023 16:15
Location: CellNanOs 38/201

About the speaker: Véronique Rosilio conducts research in the Institut Galien Paris-Saclay
Orsay, France, on the topic of multiscale physical chemistry for the pharmaceutical sciences (MULTIPHASE).

Abstract of the talks: Lipid models such as monolayers, vesicles and planar bilayer systems have been
developed to better understand the physicochemical and biophysical properties of
biological membranes. In biology and physical chemistry, they have been widely used
to study protein-lipid and lipid-lipid interactions. In pharmaceuticals, they can be used
to analyse the interaction of exogenous molecules, macromolecules or, more recently,
nanoparticles with membranes, to elucidate the mechanisms of intracellular
penetration, and to identify and quantify specific effects at the level of the cell
membrane. Achieving these objectives often requires specific methodologies,
sophisticated techniques and the adaptation of our models