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Sunday 30 April 2017

Welcome to NSysA !

Our group is part of the Institute of Molecular Sciences (ISM) of the University of Bordeaux and is located at the Graduate School of Chemistry, Biology and Physics (ENSCBP). The main activities are focused on the development of new analytical tools and techniques with a special accent on miniaturized systems applied to the study of biological systems and biomedical issues. Our research addresses problems resulting from the ever increasing demands of our modern society concerning various aspects like public health, security and environmental issues.

Distinguishing molecules with almost identical physico-chemical properties, tracking their evolution with a high spatio-temporal resolution, detecting them at the cell or subcellular level in complex environments, are some of the challenges that we work on. Current projects include biofunctionalized nanoparticles, chemical sensors for Biology, electrochemistry of biosystems, micro/nanoscale imaging and smart functional nanostructures. In order to work successfully on these topics, our group is an interdisciplinary team with know-how ranging from Electrochemistry and Optics to organic or colloidal synthesis and Cell Biology. The resulting synergy is the guarantee for solutions to some of the current problems in the field of Analytical Chemistry.

Enjoy your visit and feel free to contact us if you have questions of any kind !

Stéphane Arbault, group leader


Latest News...

Capillary-assisted bipolar electrochemistry: a focused minireview


Monday, 13 March 2017
L. Bouffier, N. Sojic, A. Kuhn Electrophoresis, 2017, in press A bipolar electrode is quite unconventional as it behaves simultaneously as an anode and a cathode in contrast to a classic electrochemical setup where the electron-transfer reactions... Read More...

Hierarchical templating in deposition of semi-covalently imprinted inverse opal polythiophene film for femtomolar determination of human serum albumin


Monday, 13 March 2017
M. Dabrowski⁠, M. Cieplak⁠a⁠, P. Sindhu Sharma⁠, P. Borowicz⁠, K. Noworyta⁠, W. Lisowski⁠, F. D'Souza⁠⁠, A. Kuhn⁠, W. Kutner Biosens.&Bioelectron. 2017, 94, 155-161 Nanostructured artificial receptor materials with... Read More...

Spatially-resolved multicolor bipolar electrochemiluminescence


Monday, 06 February 2017
Haidong Li, Laurent Bouffier, Stéphane Arbault, Alexander Kuhn, Conor F. Hogan, Neso Sojic Electrochemistry Communications, 2017, in press Here, we describe a new aspect of multicolor potential-resolved electrochemiluminescence (ECL) based on... Read More...

Co(III) Complexes of (1,3-Selen-2-yl)hydrazones and Their Sulphur Analogues: Comparative Structural, Electrochemical, Computational and Biological Activity Study


Monday, 06 February 2017
Nenad R. Filipović, Hana Elshaflu, Sonja Grubišić, Ljiljana S. Jovanović, Marko Rodić, Irena Novaković, Aleksandar Malešević, Ivana S. Djordjević, Haidong Li, Nešo Šojić, Aleksandar Marinković, Tamara R. Todorović Dalton Trans., 2017,... Read More...

Efficient Annihilation Electrochemiluminescence of Cationic Helicene Luminophores


Friday, 03 February 2017
Haidong Li, Silvia Voci, Antoine Wallabregue, Catherine Adam, Geraldine M. Labrador, Romain Duwald, Irene Hernández Delgado, Simon Pascal, Johann Bosson, Jérôme Lacour, Laurent Bouffier, Neso... Read More...

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