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Volume 11 Supplement 1

Nanophysics for Health


Edited by Jeremie Leonard, Didier Rouxel and Pascal Hebraud

The publication charges for this supplement were funded by the CNRS School "Nanophysics for Health" (5 - 9 November 2012, Mittelwhir, France), which in turn was supported by the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), the Pôle Matériaux et Nanoscience Alsace (PMNA), the Institut de Physique et Chimie des Matériaux de Strasbourg (IPCMS), the LabEX NIE, the EquipEX UNION, the Institut Carnot MICA, the Institut Carnot ICEEL, the Institut Jean Lamour (IJL), the Institut de Science et d’Ingénierie Supramoléculaires (ISIS), Roche-Diagnostics, the NANO@MATRIX project (co-financed by the European Union in the framework of the INTERREG IV Upper Rhine program), JPK Instruments. Articles have been through the journal's standard peer review process for supplements. The Supplement Editors declare that they have no competing interests.

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  1. At scales below micrometers, Brownian motion dictates most of the behaviors. The simple observation of a colloid is striking: a permanent and random motion is seen, whereas inertial forces play a negligible ro...

    Authors: Daniel Riveline
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2013 11(Suppl 1):S1
  2. The capacity of proteins to function relies on a balance between molecular stability to maintain their folded state and structural flexibility allowing conformational changes related to biological function. Am...

    Authors: Felix Rico, Annafrancesca Rigato, Laura Picas and Simon Scheuring
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2013 11(Suppl 1):S3
  3. Proteins in their majority act rarely as single entities. Multisubunit macromolecular complexes are the actors in most of the cellular processes. These nanomachines are hold together by weak protein-protein in...

    Authors: Alexandre Durand, Gabor Papai and Patrick Schultz
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2013 11(Suppl 1):S4
  4. This tutorial presents an introduction into continuum descriptions of cytoskeletal dynamics. In contrast to discrete models in which each molecule keeps its identity, such descriptions are given in terms of av...

    Authors: Karsten Kruse
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2013 11(Suppl 1):S5
  5. Nanomedicines have gained more and more attention in cancer therapy thanks to their ability to enhance the tumour accumulation and the intracellular uptake of drugs while reducing their inactivation and toxici...

    Authors: Sabrina Valetti, Simona Mura, Barbara Stella and Patrick Couvreur
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2013 11(Suppl 1):S6
  6. This tutorial describes a method of controlled cell labeling with citrate-coated ultra small superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles. This method may provide basically all kinds of cells with sufficient mag...

    Authors: Jelena Kolosnjaj-Tabi, Claire Wilhelm, Olivier Clément and Florence Gazeau
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2013 11(Suppl 1):S7
  7. Harmonic Nanoparticles are a new family of exogenous markers for multiphoton imaging exerting optical contrast by second harmonic (SH) generation. In this tutorial, we present the application of Hyper-Rayleigh...

    Authors: Cécile Joulaud, Yannick Mugnier, Gnon Djanta, Marc Dubled, Jean-Christophe Marty, Christine Galez, Jean-Pierre Wolf, Luigi Bonacina and Ronan Le Dantec
    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2013 11(Suppl 1):S8

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