Center for Molecular Biophysics, CNRS - Orleans
The Center for Molecular Biophysics (CBM) develops research at the interface of chemistry, biology and physics to study the molecular mechanisms that sustain life or dysfunctions leading to diseases.
A new way of looking at ancient life: using trace element distributions co-located with biological carbonaceous materials in some of Earth’s oldest rocks
"L'ultima ape" documentary report on the collapse of bees
How to select drugs even before clinical trials?
Dialogues Entre Chercheurs et Lycéens pour les Intéresser à la Construction des Savoirs (Dialogues Between Researchers and High School Students to Interest them in the Construction of Knowledge)
Increased biological potency of the double-domain AvBD11 compared to single-domain defensins highlighted by multidisciplinary collaborations based on peptide chemistry, NMR and biology.
The ancestral N-terminal hydrophobic domain of oyster big defensins drives bacterially triggered assembly into antimicrobial nanonets