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NASSIF N.. Encapsulation de bactéries dans des gels de silice.
The predominant role of collagen in the nucleation, growth, structure and orientation of bone apatite.
A general route to nanostructured M[V3O8] and M-x[V6O16] (x=1 and 2) and their first evaluation for building enzymatic biosensors.
Controlled collagen assembly to build dense tissue-like materials for tissue engineering.
From diatoms to silica-based biohybrids.
In vivo inspired conditions to synthesize biomimetic hydroxyapatite.
Dense fibrillar collagen matrices for tissue repair.
Sophorolipids : a yeast-derived glycolipid as greener structure directing agents for self-assembled nanomaterials.
Self-Assembled Collagen-Apatite Matrix with Bone-Like Hierarchy.
Investigation of active crystal morphogenesis peptide sequences from peptide libraries by crystallization on peptide functionalized beads.
A core-corona hierarchical manganese oxide and its formation by an aqueous soft chemistry mechanism.
Mesoporous calcite by polymer templating
Sol-gel encapsulation of cells is not limited to silica : bacteria long-term viability in alumina matrices.
Preparation and application of double hydrophilic block copolymer particles.
Amorphous layer around aragonite platelets in nacre.
Synthesis of stable aragonite superstructures in a biomimetic crystallization pathway.
Retrosynthesis of nacre via amorphous precursor particles.
Superstructures of calcium carbonate crystals by oriented attachment.
Bacteria quorum sensingin silica matrices
Silica-alginate compositesfor microencapsulation
A sol-gel matrix topreserve the viability of encapsulated bacteria
Viability of bacteria in hybrid aqueous silica gels.
Hydrothermal synthesis of vanadium oxide nanotubes from V2O5 gels.