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Etude d'auto-assemblages supramoléculaires de lipides insaturés, d'hydrophobines et de calix[4]arènes : élaboration d'un système catalytique d'oxydo-réduction

Abstract : The objective of my thesis was elaboration of a catalytic redox system of unsaturated lipids, based on calixarene-cupper(I)/(II) complexes. During this research, I have demonstrated that such a redox system has, indeed, a catalytic character. In order to fix the catalyst on a solid support, we used a fungal protein, called hydrophobin. We have demonstrated that this protein self-assemble on different surfaces and that it can be used as a molecular glue to immobilize stably the calixarene ligands. These ligands immobilized via hydrophobin on glassy carbon electrodes keep their ability to complex cupper cations present in solution. The overall results demonstrate that the calixarene-hydrophobin supramolecular system is functional and can be used as an electrochemical sensor of unsaturated lipids.
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Angéline Nadia van der Heyden. Etude d'auto-assemblages supramoléculaires de lipides insaturés, d'hydrophobines et de calix[4]arènes : élaboration d'un système catalytique d'oxydo-réduction. Autre. Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy 1, 2003. Français. ⟨NNT : 2003NAN10064⟩. ⟨tel-01746813⟩

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