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April 4, 2014, 12 p.m. - Medicinal polymer chemistry : From polymer design to therapeutic benefit and back (Alexander Zelikin)

Macromolecular design, innovative bioconjugation techniques, and engineering of biocatalytic materials for biomedicine - these areas of research are in the focus of our lab and during this presentation, we will discuss our recent findings on these avenues. In particular, I will present the development of biocatalytic hydrogels matrices and surface ...

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April 11, 2014, 12 p.m. - DNA G-quadruplex structures: basic principles, applications and developments (Aldo Galeone)

Nucleic acid sequences containing short tracts of guanine residues are prone to fold into G-quadruplex structures composed of stacking G-quartets that are described as planar arrangements of four guanines held together by eight hydrogen bonds and monovalent cations. These structures are an attractive topic of several research areas ranging from ...

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April 24, 2014, 12 p.m. - Self-propelling hot Janus colloids (Thomas Bickel)

Janus particles are colloidal objects with two sides differing in their physical of chemical properties. They are obtained for instance by partly coating silica of polystyrene beads with a metal layer. It has been reported recently that such particles spontaneously propel themselves upon illumination by a defocused laser beam [1]. ...

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May 5, 2014, 12 p.m. - Assessment of Nano-object induced toxicity (Masanori Horie, Hitoshi Iwahashi)

A) In vitro assessment Dr. Masanori Horie, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan Many in vitro studies evaluating the effects of nanoparticles on cultured cells have been recently reported. Nano-objects in in vitro systems induce not only primary effects but also confounding (i.e., artificial) effects. In this ...

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May 9, 2014, 11 a.m. - Influence of wall flow on the quality of cleaning in place of food production lines (Patrick Legentilhomme)

The present work deals with both effects of the geometry and the flow field on the removal of B. cereus spores from inert surfaces during a cleaning in place (CIP) procedure. Due to their strong ability to adhere to the equipment surfaces and their high resistance to cleaning process, these ...

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