• Cell membrane deformation at the 20 nm scale revealed by super-resolved reconstruction of the trajectories of single QD bound to membrane receptor. (Tasso et al. , Preprints 2018, doi:10.20944/preprints201810.0603.v1)

    Cell membrane deformation at the 20 nm scale revealed by super-resolved reconstruction of the trajectories of single QD bound to membrane receptor. (Tasso et al. , Preprints 2018, doi:10.20944/preprints201810.0603.v1)

  • Transmission electron microscopy image of QD nanoclusters encapsulated in a silica shell and a silane-zwitterionic copolymer for ultrasensitive biodetection. (Dembele et al, ACS Appl Mater Inter, 2017)

    Transmission electron microscopy image of QD nanoclusters encapsulated in a silica shell and a silane-zwitterionic copolymer for ultrasensitive biodetection. (Dembele et al, ACS Appl Mater Inter, 2017)

  • Xenopus embryo 1 week after microinjection with QDs, showing their homogeneous repartition in the cell line of the initially injected cell. (Muro et al, Small, 2012)

    Xenopus embryo 1 week after microinjection with QDs, showing their homogeneous repartition in the cell line of the initially injected cell. (Muro et al, Small, 2012)

Welcome to the SI2 (Synth├Ęse et Imagerie de Sondes Inorganiques,
Synthesis and Imaging of Inorganic Nanoprobes) group, part of the LPEM
lab. The group is composed of 5 researchers, 1 engineer, 1 post-doc and
8 PhD students. Our main research activities focus on the synthesis,
characterization and functionalization of inorganic nanoparticles for
optoelectronics and biological applications, as well as on the
development of novel high resolution fluorescence microscopy modalities:

- Semiconductor nanoplatelets
- Surface chemistry of nanoparticles for bio-detection and -imaging
- High resolution fluorescence microscopy
- Fluorescent nanoprobes for in vivo imaging


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