Laboratoire LBM

Axes de recherche

Biomolecules : analysis, molecular and cellular interactions Peptides, glycoconjugates and metals in biology
Structure and dynamics of biomolecules

Directeur : Sandrine Sagan
Directeurs adjoints : Olivier Lequin & Clotilde Policar
Administratrice : Eliane Moulinié
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The LBM laboratory (UMR 7203 ENS-CNRS-SU) is a research unit focused on biomolecules. The objectives of LBM are to analyze, understand, mimick and manipulate living systems with chemical and physico-chemical tools. Basic research activities are characterized by a continuum of skills, from the design and the chemical synthesis of biomolecules and biologically active probes/molecules, their analysis at the molecular or supramolecular level, to the evaluation of their activity in living systems.


Actualités du laboratoire

A cell penetrant manganese SOD-mimic is able to complement MnSOD and exerts an anti-inflammatory effect on cellular and animal models of inflammatory bowel diseases

Boursière L’Oréal-UNESCO Pour les Femmes et la Science 2017

Copper-Catalyzed Hydroamination of Allenes: from Mechanistic Understanding to Methodology Development

Dan Gibson

Dramatic Decrease in CEST Measurement Times Using Multi-Site Excitation

Graftable SCoMPIs enable the labeling and X-ray fluorescence imaging of proteins

How to unveil self-quenched fluorophores and subsequently map the subcellular distribution of exogenous peptides