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 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)
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)
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