The NBI team is composed of
- 2 Professors
- 1 CNRS Director
- 1 CNRS Researcher
- 1 Assistant Professor
- 3 Research Engineers
- about 25 PhD and Post-doctoral students
NBI has vast experience in the generation and modification of nanostructures for biomedical applications:
- transdermal drug delivery
- photothermal ablation of the pathogen
- Development of nanostructure to interfer with attachment of virus envelop to cells a
- Optical and electrochemical biosensors development.
The team has been using surface plasmon resonance (SPR)sensing over more than 10 years notably for the construction of biological sensors.
The facilitie of NBI team
- Chemistry laboratories
- Biosafty level 1 and 2 facilities
- Potensiostats (4 equipped with EIs, photoelectrocehmical moduls), SPR equiments (Biocare, PhonSys, Autolab) FET-based sensing approaches (Keithlay)
- FT-IR, TGA, Uv/Vis, MS, HPLC, zeta-potential, different lasers, Franzen Diffusion cells, etc
- Acess to clean-toom at IEMN
Selected Research Paper on SPR
- Surface Plasmon-Enhanced Fluorescence Spectroscopy on Silver Based SPR SubstraT
L. Touahir, A. Tobias. A. Jenkins, R. Boukherroub, A. C. Gouget-Laemmel, J.-N. Chazalviel, J. Peretti, F. Ozanam, S. Szunerits
Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2010, 114, 22582-22589
- Surface Plasmon Resonance-based biosensors: from the development of different SPR structures to novel surface functionalization strategies
E. Wijaya, C. Lenaerts, S. Maricot, J. Hastanin, S. Habraken, J.-P. Vilcot, R. Boukherroub S. Szunerits
Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science 2011, 15, 208–224
- Recent advances in the development of graphene bases surface plasmon resonance (SPR) interfaces
S. Szunerits, N. Maalouli, E. Wijaya, J.-P. Vilcot, R. Boukherroub
Analytical Bioanalytical Chemistry 2013, 405, 1435-1443
- Lysozyme detection on aptamers functionalized graphene-coated SPR interfaces.
P. Subramanian, A. Lesniewski, I. Kaminska, A. Vlandas, A. Vasilescu, J. Niedziolka-Jonsson, E. Pichonat, H. Happy, R. Boukherroub, S. Szunerits
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 2013, 50, 239-243
- Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) for the evaluation of shear force dependent bacterial adhesion.
O. Zagorodko, J. Bouckaert, T. Dumych, R. Bilyy, I. Larroulet, A. Yanguas Serrano, D. A. Dorta, S. G; Gouin, S.-O. Dima, F. Oancea, R. Boukherroub, S. Szunerits
Biosensors 2015, 5, 276-287
- Mucin modified SPR interfaces for studying the effect of flow on pathogen binding to Atlantic salmon mucins.
J. T. Padra, Q. Pagneux, J. Bouckaert, R. Jigie, H. Sundh, R. Boukherroub, S. Szunerits, S. J. Lindén
Biosensors and Bioelectonics, 2019, 146, 111736