Special Issue "Advanced Self-Assembled Nanostructures"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 April 2019
Dr. Angelina Angelova
CNRS UMR 8612 "Institut Galien Paris-Sud", Paris-Sud 11 University, Paris-Saclay University, F-92296 Châtenay Malabry, France
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Interests: lipid/protein self-assembly; self-assembled nanostructures and nanoparticles with neuroprotective properties; liquid crystalline phases; cubosomes; protein and peptide-based nanomedicines; nanocarriers for macromolecular drug delivery; membrane receptor nanoscale organization; lipid; peptide; BDNF; cyclodextrin; soft nanomaterials
This Special Issue focuses on advanced self-assembled nanostructures inspired by the supramolecular organizations of biomolecules in living systems and by the formation of protein macromolecular complexes in cellular membranes and subcellular compartments. All kinds of functional self-assembled nanostructures will be considered including organized protein assemblies, lipid/protein supramolecular nanoarchitectures, dynamic nanostructures formed by cell penetrating peptides and other biomolecules, self-assembled nanostructures for nanomedicine applications, biomimetic nanostructures, and synthetic assemblies for multimodal theranostic imaging, etc. Reports involving characterization techniques at the nanoscale, such as cryo-transmission electron microscopy (cryoTEM) and super-resolution fluorescence microscopy imaging, will be of particular interest.
Dr. Angelina Angelova
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- Peptide self-assembled nanostructures
- Protein macromolecular complexes
- Biomolecular machines
- Lipid/polymer hybrid assemblies
- Liquid crystalline self-assembled nanostructures
- Drug delivery nanostructures (protein, peptide, siRNA, CRISPR/Cas9)
- Soft nanostructured materials
- Soft nanostructure characterization techniques
- Multimodal theranostic assemblies