Laboratoire de Bioimagerie et Pathologie - LBP - UMR7021

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 Fluorescent protein recruitment assay for demonstration and analysis of in vivo protein interactions in plant cells and its application to Tobacco mosaic virus movement protein
 Fluorescent protein recruitment assay for demonstration and analysis of in vivo protein interactions in plant cells and its application to Tobacco mosaic virus movement protein
 Internalization mechanism of neuropeptide Y bound to its Y 1 receptor investigated by high resolution microscopy
 Internalization mechanism of neuropeptide Y bound to its Y 1 receptor investigated by high resolution microscopy
 The Single-Finger Nucleocapsid Protein of Moloney Murine Leukemia Virus Binds and Destabilizes the TAR Sequences of HIV-1 but Does Not Promote Efficiently Their Annealing †
Biostatistiques médicales avec GMRC Shiny Stats - un outil de formation par la pratique
BODIPY-loaded polymer nanoparticles: chemical structure of cargo defines leakage from nanocarrier in living cells
BODIPY with Tuned Amphiphilicity as a Fluorogenic Plasma Membrane Probe
BODIPY with Tuned Amphiphilicity as a Fluorogenic Plasma Membrane Probe : Supporting Information
Boron Containing Two-Photon Absorbing Chromophores. 2. Fine Tuning of the One- and Two-Photon Photophysical Properties of Pyrazabole Based Fluorescent Bioprobes
Bright and photostable push-pull pyrene dye visualizes lipid order variation between plasma and intracellular membranes
Bright and photostable push-pull pyrene dye visualizes lipid order variation between plasma and intracellular membranes
Bulk-like electron–phonon coupling in small free sodium clusters
Bulk-like electron–phonon coupling in small free sodium clusters
Cationic DOPC-Detergent Conjugates for Safe and Efficient in Vitro and in Vivo Nucleic Acid Delivery
Cationic DOPC-Detergent Conjugates for Safe and Efficient in Vitro and in Vivo Nucleic Acid Delivery
Characterisation of endogenous Claudin-1 expression, motility and susceptibility to hepatitis C virus in CRISPR knock-in cells.
Characterization of the mechanisms of HIV-1 Vpr(52–96) internalization in cells

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