Adeline Durand

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In the present series of papers, we describe the results of a systematic study on the anchoring of cholesterol-tagged oligonucleotides to phospholipids bilayers followed by membrane-assisted hybridization of the complementary strand in solution. This paper describes the anchoring of novel cholesterol-modified DNA-18mers in supported lipid bilayers (SLB) of(More)
Highly selective base-pair recognition makes DNA a suitable building block for orderly self-assembled structures. For some applications in nanotechnology DNA complexes need to be fixed onto surfaces. To fulfil this requirement on lipid membranes we have synthesised a thymidine monomer modified with a cholesterol moiety. Solution studies show that the(More)
In the present series of papers, we describe the results of a systematic study on the anchoring of cholesterol-tagged oligonucleotides to phospholipid bilayers followed by membrane-assisted hybridization of the complementary strand in solution. This paper compares the behavior of two cholesteryl modified oligonucleotides, differing in the architecture and(More)
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