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Caractérisation de billes de latex fluorescentes pour l'élaboration de nanocapteurs

Abstract : Our aim is to design fluorescent nanosensors : we have demonstrated the feasability of separating the detection and signalization functions. We have chosen fluorescent latex nanoparticles to act as signalling part. They achieve the transduction of the information from the probe molecules (detection function) which are adsorbed at the surface of the latex beads. We have shown that information was mediated by energy transfer from the probe molecules to the latex particles.
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Rachel Méallet-Renault. Caractérisation de billes de latex fluorescentes pour l'élaboration de nanocapteurs. Chimie. École normale supérieure de Cachan - ENS Cachan, 2000. Français. ⟨tel-00371478⟩

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