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Nanoparticules d'orthovanadate d'yttrium : fonctionnalisation et application comme sondes luminescentes pour la biologie.

Abstract : This thesis has been conducted in the laboratory of Condensed Matter Physics, in Within the group of Solid State Chemistry. One of the themes for this team the development of luminescent nanomaterials used in many applications such as lighting systems or display transparencies. A recent application of certain luminescent nanomaterials has been in the biology, both for the development of biochips, contrast agents, the revealing fabrics. Among them, use as biological fluorescent probe appears as most promising. A biological probe is an object attached to the target biomolecule that can easily be detected. It is divided into two parts, the part carrying the "function" Biological and Part detectable. Detection can be achieved through different physical properties, and in this case, we chose to develop fluorescent probes.
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Domitille Giaume. Nanoparticules d'orthovanadate d'yttrium : fonctionnalisation et application comme sondes luminescentes pour la biologie.. Biophysique [physics.bio-ph]. Ecole Polytechnique X, 2006. Français. ⟨pastel-00002260⟩

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