Electrochemistry of Biosystems
Linking Glucose Oxidation to Luminol-based Electrochemiluminescence using bipolar Electrochemistry
Asymmetric Modification of TiO2 Nanofibers with Gold by Electric-Field-Assisted Photochemistry
Stimuli-responsive microgels for electrochemiluminescence amplification

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.

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The NSysA research team


Preparation of Template-Free Robust Yolk–Shell Gelled Particles from Controllably Evolved All-in-Water Emulsions


Friday, 05 October 2018
J.-P. Douliez, A. Perro, J.-P. Chapel, B. Goudeau and L. Béven Small 2018, 1803042 A template-free all-aqueous bulk preparation of robust hollow capsules having a gelatin shell from all-in-water double emulsions is reported. The hot (>40 °C)... Read More...

Highly ordered macroporous poly-3,4-ortho-xylendioxythiophene electrodes as a sensitive analytical tool for heavy metal quantification


Tuesday, 02 October 2018
G. Salinas, B. A. Frontana-Uribe, S. Reculusa, P. Garrigue, A. Kuhn Anal.Chem. 2018, in press, DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.8b03779 Highly ordered macroporous electrodes of the conducting polymer poly-3,4-ortho-xylendioxythiophene (PXDOT) are presented... Read More...

Optimal thickness of a porous micro‐electrode operating a single redox reaction


Tuesday, 02 October 2018
T. D. Le, L. Zhang, S. Reculusa, G.Vignoles, N. Mano, A. Kuhn, D. Lasseux ChemElectroChem 2018, in press, doi.org/10.1002/celc.201800972 This article reports on a procedure to predict the optimal thickness of cylindrical porous electrodes operating... Read More...