LJP at a glance

LJP research activities consist in Physics at the interface of with Biology and Medicine. We develop new experimental approaches to probe complex biological systems at different scales, and we develop bio-inspired systems to develop new concepts or to improve our understanding of given biological mechanisms. A large part of our research aims at exploring the response of a biological system to external perturbations. Finally, the LJP includes a theoretical component closely interacting with experimenters.

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26
JUN
Surfing Energy Landscapes in Self-Assembling Systems: From trapped states to fueled matter with programmable lifetimes
By Andreas Walther (Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg)
June 26, 2018 at 11:00AM - Salle de séminaires 5ème étage, Tour 32-33
Synthetic self-assembling systems have largely been developed with a focus on equilibrium structures. Such structures have become switchable by integration of responsive elements, which is the basis ...

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29
JUN 2018
Ph. D. defense of Olivier Ameline
Olivier Ameline is delighted to invite you to his Ph. D. defense on Friday, June 29th 2018 at 9:45 AM room ...
28
JUN 2018
Seminar of Pr. Alain Goriely, Oxford, UK
Titre : The mechanics of brain and skull morphogenesis Abstract: The human brain is an organ of extreme ...
03
APR 2018
Maxime Deforet joined the lab permanently
Maxime Deforet just joined the Jean Perrin Laboratory, in the group “Micro-organisms ...
29
MAR 2018
Joint meeting days LJP/LiPhy
The LJP co-organize with the LiPhy a two-days meeting on March, Thursday 29 and Friday 30 2018 in Grenoble. ...
01
JAN 2018
Lea-Laetitia Pontani joined the lab permanently
Lea-Laetitia Pontani just joined the Jean Perrin Laboratory in the framework of the “Biomimetic approach...
19
DEC 2017
An ERC to bridge Systems Chemistry and Life
To end the year 2017 brightly, we congratulated André Estevez-Torres for his recent success upon ...


Latest publications

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Optimized Diffusion of Run-and-Tumble Particles in Crowded Environments - Physical Review Letters
T. Bertrand , Y. Zhao , O. Bénichou , J. Tailleur , R. Voituriez
  URL Full text PDF Bibtex doi:https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.198103
Quantitative Characterization of Translational Riboregulators Using an in Vitro Transcription-Translation System - ACS Synth. Biol.
A. Senoussi , J. Lee Tin Wah , Y. Shimizu , J. Robert , A. Jaramillo , S. Findeiss , I. M. Axmann , A. Estevez-Torres
  URL Full text PDF Bibtex doi:10.1021/acssynbio.7b00387
Quasistatic Microdroplet Production in a Capillary Trap - Phys. Rev. Applied
M. Valet , L.L. Pontani , A. Prevost , E. Wandersman
  URL Full text PDF Bibtex doi:https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevApplied.9.014002
Analysis of a nonlocal and nonlinear fokker planck model for cell crawling migration - SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics
C. Etchegaray , N. Meunier , R. Voituriez
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Forces in inhomogeneous open active-particle systems - PHYSICAL REVIEW E
N. Razin , R. Voituriez , J. Elgeti , N.S. Gov
  URL Full text PDF Bibtex doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.96.052409