Department of Chemistry, Université de Montréal
Canada Research Chair in Bioengineering and Bio-nanotechnology. Inspired by Nature, my laboratory is developing similar artificial molecular machines for inexpensive biotechnologies aimed at improving global health and environmental issues. Combining classical tools in organic chemistry with modern techniques for biochemistry, molecular biology and electrochemistry, my laboratory seeks to prepare nanodevices with high sensitivity and tunable properties for diagnosis, catalysis or drug delivery.
Key Words : DNA nanotechnology, biosensor, nanomachines, electrochemistry, mechanisms, fluroescence, «drug-delivery»
Department of Chemistry
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Website : http://www.nanomachineslab.org/