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Lecommandoux, Sébastien

Works: 61 works in 74 publications in 2 languages and 500 library holdings
Roles: Opponent, Other, Thesis advisor, Editor, Author
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Most widely held works by Sébastien Lecommandoux
Block copolymers in nanoscience by Massimo Lazzari( )

10 editions published between 2003 and 2007 in English and held by 414 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This first book to take a detailed look at one of the key focal points where nanotechnology and polymers meet provides both an introductory view for beginners as well as in-depth knowledge for specialists in the various research areas involved. It investigates all types of application for block copolymers: as tools for fabricating other nanomaterials, as structural components in hybrid materials and nanocomposites, and as functional materials. The multidisciplinary approach covers all stages from chemical synthesis and characterization, presenting applications from physics and chemistry to bio
Peptide hybrid polymers by Harm-Anton Klok( )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 17 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Visualization of lipids and proteins at high spatial and temporal resolution via interferometric scattering (iSCAT) microscopy by Susann Spindler( )

2 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Abstract: Microscopy based on the interferometric detection of light scattered from nanoparticles (iSCAT) was introduced in our laboratory more than a decade ago. In this work, we present various capabilities of iSCAT for biological studies by discussing a selection of our recent results. In particular, we show tracking of lipid molecules in supported lipid bilayers (SLBs), tracking of gold nanoparticles with diameters as small as 5 nm and at frame rates close to 1 MHz, 3D tracking of Tat peptide-coated nanoparticles on giant unilamellar vesicles (GUVs), imaging the formation of lipid bilayers, sensing single unlabelled proteins and tracking their motion under electric fields, as well as challenges of studying live cell membranes. These studies set the ground for future quantitative research on dynamic biophysical processes at the nanometer scale
Identification et vectorisation de combinaisons de traitements pour la thérapie des tumeurs pulmonaires résistantes aux inhibiteurs de tyrosine kinase de l'EGFR by Victor Jeannot( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Biocompatibility study of two diblock copolymeric nanoparticles for biomedical applications by in vitro toxicity testing by Felipe Goñi-de-Cerio( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nano-Encapsulation of Plitidepsin: In Vivo Pharmacokinetics, Biodistribution, and Efficacy in a Renal Xenograft Tumor Model by Hugo Oliveira( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nanoparticules hybrides thermosensibles pour la théranostique by Stéphanie Louguet( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This work deals with the development of hybrid nanoparticles that could offer new strategies for therapy and diagnostic. These are based on a magnetic core which can play the role of contrast agent for MRI as well as heat inductor in AC magnetic field. This inorganic core is surrounded by a thermo-responsive polymeric brush that controls the loading and the release of drugs, and can be functionalized by specific ligands ensuring the targeting specificity. A large part of this work consists in studying the adsorption mechanism of poly(ether)-b-poly(L-lysine) based block copolymers onto magnetic particle and to better understand the influence of the polymer chain conformation at particles surface on the colloidal stability under physiological conditions. An anticancer drug has been loaded and released in a controlled manner under alternative magnetic field by taking advantage from the thermosensitivity of the polyether block. Targeting peptides specific of inflammation sites at the blood brain barrier have been grafted onto copolymers. The targeting specificity has been demonstrated by MRI and fluorescence imaging in rats attesting the multifunctionality of such nanoparticles
Etude de l'auto-organisation du copolymère dibloc biosourcé hautement incompatible : Maltoheptaose-b-Polystyrène by Salomé Tallegas( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The constant desire of size reduction in nanoelectronic leads to develop processes, able to patternmaterials at the sub-10 nm scale. In this context, self-assembling block copolymers are promisingmaterials offering an alternative method to conventional lithography techniques. Currently, one ofthe major challenges in this field is to find copolymers that could address sub-10 nm pattern sizein order to provide a competitive process. In this thesis, we studied the maltoheptaose-bpolystyrene(MH-b-PS) and we showed that these kinds of sugar-based copolymers are able toself-assemble on a sub-10 nm scale thanks to the combination of a hydrophilic block (sugar) and ahydrophobic block (polystyrene). The AFM, SAXS and GISAXS studies realized on the MH-b-PS films showed that for this kind of copolymer whose one of the block is easily degraded withtemperature, the solvent annealing is more efficient than the thermal annealing to self-assemblethe copolymer. Then, an original study of the solvent annealing by QCM-D (Quartz crystalmicrobalance with dissipation monitoring) evidenced that this technique is able to characterize theviscoelasticity of the film and the amount of solvent absorbed by the copolymer during the solventtreatment. These useful measurements allowed to improve our understanding of the poorly knownsolvent annealing mechanism. To finish, we performed a study of the copolymer in solution and astudy of the impact of the chain length on the morphology of the film and were able to highlightthe specific behavior of this copolymer at the level of the polymer chain
Multivalent and multifunctional polysaccharide-based particles for controlled receptor recognition by Haohao Duan( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Polymères cristaux liquides en haltère : de la modification chimique à l'évolution des propriétés thermodynamiques, structurales et conformationnelles by Sébastien Lecommandoux( Book )

2 editions published in 1996 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Synthèse et auto-assemblage de copolymères amphiphiles en étoile de type "miktoarm" by Jérôme Babin( Book )

2 editions published in 2006 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L'objectif de ce travail est l'étude de l'influence de l'architecture des copolymères à blocs sur les propriétés d'auto-assemblage en solution et en masse. Dans un premier temps, de nouvelles étoiles miktoarm amphiphiles AB2 -à base d'un bloc A hydrophobe de polystyrène et de différents blocs B hydrophiles de poly(acide acrylique), de poly(acide glutamique) et de poly(oxyde d'éthylène)- ont été élaborées en utilisant une stratégie de synthèse originale, fondée sur la combinaison de méthodes de polymérisation " vivante/contrôlée " et de réactions de modification chimique des bouts de chaîne. Ensuite, nous avons comparé les comportements auto-associatifs en solution diluée des étoiles miktoarm amphiphiles PS-b-(PAA)2 et PS-b-(PGA)2 avec ceux des copolymères à blocs linéaires de même composition. Nous avons également étudié l'effet de deux stimuli externes sur le comportement des objets auto-assemblés : la force ionique de trois familles de copolymères à blocs : un système " flexible-flexible " PS-b-(PAA)n=1 ;2 et deux systèmes " rigide-flexible " PS-b-(PGA)n=1 ;2 et PS-b-(PBLG)n=1 ;2
Formulation et caractérisation d'une forme buccale mucoadhésive thermogélifiante pour administration de sulfate de salbutamol by Ni Zeng( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The treatment of asthma concerns a large population and generally necessitates an administration by the pulmonary route. This route has some drawbacks which could be overcome by the buccal route, like considered in this study expecting an improvement of the compliance and the bioavailability. The aim of this work was to develop and characterize a thermogelling mucoadhesive formulation containing salbutamol sulfate. The main properties of the formulation were: (i) thermogelation around 30°C to facilitate the administration by spray; (ii) strong mechanical properties and high mucoadhesive strength to maintain the formulation in situ; (iii) drug release kinetics adapted to the treatment. The excipients were selected with regard to the final formulation safety. The experimental work emphasized the great interest of certain techniques in the characterization of this kind of formulation, for example the drug release study using flow through apparatus, the cytotoxicity study using digital holographic microscopy and also the mucoadhesion study by in vivo imaging. The use of mathematical models provided a relevant understanding of drug release mechanisms. The conclusion of this study is favorable to a further development of the project for a future marketing
New saloplastic biomaterials based on ultracentrifuged polyelectrolyte complexes by Patricia Carolina Tirado Viloria( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This work was aimed to the develop of a new kind of materials of polyelectrolytes complexes. These materials were obtained by the ultracentrifugation of complexes either of natural or synthetic origin. The polyelectrolytes systems as well as the conditions under which these materials could be obtained, followed by the selection of the optimal system to further studies was described. PAA/PAH CoPECs was chosen as synthetic model systems and its physiochemical properties (composition, structure and mechanical properties) were here deeply described. We demonstrated that the composition, structure and mechanical properties can be controlled by changing the assembly conditions (pH, concentration of the polyelectrolytes, [NaCl], speed and order of addition). Moreover, the environmental conditions ([NaCl] and pH) were also used to control the porosity and pores size of the PAA/PAH CoPECs. Finally their ability to serve as scaffold for enzyme immobilization was also studied. We optimized the assembly conditions to keep the maximum of the activity. We also demonstrated that the CoPECs structure provides the stabilization in long term as well as the protection of the enzyme from high temperature. Thus, PAA/PAH CoPECs is a potential and suitable candidates as scaffold for tissue engineering and for the immobilization of enzymes
Synthèse de polymères et copolymères en peigne et étude de leurs propriétés spécifiques by Fumi Ariura( )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The synthesis of various type of comb (co)polymers, and investigations ofarchitectural parameter contribution on their physical properties and morphologywere studied. Since the comb-polymers were prepared by combining livinganionic and cationic polymerizations, the molecular parameters such as themolar masses of grafted chains (Mgraft) and backbone chains (Mbb) and graftingratio to backbone chain (ggraft) were precisely controlled over a wide range.Additionally, we have developed various novel approaches to prepare welldefined comb-like core-shell copolymers and investigated some of the originalcharacteristics that they can exhibit
Formation et polymérisation d'émulsions de Pickering stabilisées par des nanocristaux de cellulose modifiés by Arthur Werner( )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Les travaux de cette thèse portent sur la formation et la polymérisation d'émulsions de Pickering stabilisées par des nanocristaux de cellulose (NCC). Tout d'abord, les NCC sont fonctionnalisés en surface de façon à modifier d'une part, leur balance hydrophile/hydrophobe et d'autre part, apporter des fonctions promoteurs de la polymérisation par ATRP de la phase interne ou externe. A l'aide de ces NCC, des émulsions directes, inverses et doubles de styrène et de monomères acryliques ont été stabilisées puis polymérisées. L'impact, de la fonctionnalisation des NCC, de la nature du monomère et de l'amorceur, de la présence ou pas de sel sur, la taille, la stabilité, la couverture des gouttes et la morphologie des objets obtenus, a été étudiée. Les latex issus de la polymérisation radicalaire d'émulsions directes de Pickering ont permis la préparation de composites aux propriétés mécaniques améliorées par rapport à celles de la matrice sans charge. Les émulsions stabilisées par des NCC réactifs ont conduit à la synthèse de capsules ou de billes pleines en fonctions de la nature du monomère polymérisé. Des matériaux poreux ont été obtenus par polymérisation des émulsions inverses de Pickering. Enfin, la polymérisation des émulsions doubles a permis l'obtention d'objets à morphologie tout à fait inédite avec l'encapsulation de capsules de polystyrène dans des capsules plus volumineuses de ce même polymère
Design, synthesis and single molecule force spectroscopy of biosynthetic polypeptides by Marie Asano( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Nanostructuration de particules de silice et élaboration de biomatériaux composites by Dounia Dems( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This work describes the design of tunable biomaterials for tissue engineering. The composite approach provides numerous advantages to enhance cell adhesion and control bioactivity by complying both with structural and functional requirements. The host matrix, made from a natural macromolecule (collagen), or from synthetic supramolecular polymers (peptide amphiphiles), provides a suitable structural environment to the cells and can also display intrinsic biochemical cues to influence cell behavior. Functionalized silica nanoparticles can be added to be used as platforms either to further tune the architecture of the scaffold or display additional bioactive ligands. The combination of peptide amphiphiles with such nanoparticles led to composite biomaterials with high modularity allowing to compare different displays of one bioactive epitope and the simultaneous grafting of two epitopes known to work in a distance-dependent manner. The next step was to achieve the control of the spatial organization of several functions on the surface of a single nanoparticle. We have developed an original and challenging strategy based on the synthesis of self-assembling alkoxysilane precursors that could form pre-organized domains to be transferred at the silica nanoparticle surface to create patches. A large library of mono- and bifunctional particles were prepared that were incorporated in collagen-based threads evaluated in a model of peripheral nerve regeneration. Finally, we have elaborated thin porous scaffolds by electrospinning collagen in non-denaturing conditions that should allow to improve the cells access to the functional nanoparticles
Synthesis and physical properties of helical nanosized quinoline-based foldamers : structure, dynamics and photoinduced electron transport by Xuesong Li( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Herein, synthesis, characterization and application (photoinduced electron transport) of nanosized quinoline-based foldamers have been explored. With double segment strategy, a variety of helical nanosized foldamers (up to 96 quinoline units) were successfully prepared based on 8-aminoquinoline-2-carboxylic acid monomer.The dynamic properties in gas phase and solution were investigated. Ion mobility mass spectrometry afforded access to the conformation state of foldamers ingas phase; DOSY and fluorescence anisotropy assessed the diffusion (translational and rotational, respectively) of foldamers in solution. All of these techniques revealed that quinoline-based foldamers are rigid and that helical conformation is conserved. Photoinduced electron transport through nanosized foldamer was also studied and the mechanism and the transport ratios were revealed
Novel bioorthogonal chemical reporters and fluorogenic probes for biomolecules imaging by Camille Favre( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

L'imagerie de biomolécules, et plus particulièrement des glycanes, au sein d'organismes vivants, représente un incroyable challenge. Cependant, des progrès significatifs ont été réalisés ces dix dernières années grâce au développement de la stratégie du rapporteur chimique bioorthogonal. Cette technique implique, dans un premier temps, l'incorporation d'une fonctionnalité chimique non native (rapporteur) au sein de biomolécules complexes. Ce rapporteur peut ensuite réagir sélectivement avec une sonde moléculaire spécifique permettant ainsi la détection de la biomolécule ciblée. Afin d'imager ces biomolécules en temps réel, les sondes fluorogènes, des réactifs non fluorescents qui deviennent fluorescents après réaction avec le rapporteur chimique, ont été récemment développées. Ces dernières années, la cycloaddition 1,3-dipolaire sans métaux, entre les cylooctynes et les azotures, a été élégamment employée comme réaction bioorthogonale pour l'imagerie de biomolécules au sein d'organismes vivants. Cependant, l'azoture présente certaines limitations, notamment il peut être réduit par les thiols cellulaires. En conséquence, nous avons étudié l'utilisation de 1,3-dipôles plus stables, en tant que nouveaux rapporteurs chimiques bioorthogonaux pour l'imagerie de biomolécules par fluorescence. De plus, nous avons aussi développé de nouvelles sondes fluorogènes bioorthogonales ayant de bonnes propriétés de fluorescence, telles que de hautes valeurs de rendement quantique et des longueurs d'ondes d'émission déplacées dans le rouge, pour une potentielle application chez l'animal
(Bio-)fonctionnalisation de bâtonnets colloïdaux modèles et étude de leurs auto-assemblages by Alexis de La Cotte( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This thesis deals with the different paths of functionalization and self-organization of a model system of colloidal rod-like particles: the fd virus and its mutants. While its liquid-crystalline phase diagram is well established and proven to be in qualitative agreement with theory and numerical simulations, one of the most trending perspectives is its use as building-block in new self-assemblies. For such purposes, it is mandatory to add functions regio-specifically on the particle. We show in this work the study of several ways of functionalization leading to the grafting of molecular or macromolecular compounds onto the whole virus or only onto its tip.When grafting thermoresponsive polymers, we can then explore the possibilities to induce phase transitions by a variation of the effective diameter of the rod. Using diblocs of elastin-like peptides, this principle is shown to work on the isotropic-to-nematic phase transition. The use of particular mutants, engineered by phage display, allows us to functionalize only the tip of the virus. The addition of dyes provides unique features on the smectic phase and its defects and creates a patchy effect which is modifying the liquid-crystalline phase diagram. The functionalization with biotin leads towards the creation of new self-assemblies thanks to its specific interaction with avidine and such a system is then compared with a mutant displaying a biological tag interacting with streptavidin. The results obtained are promising and are completed by a whole study of the use of colloidal liquid-crystalline system in electro-optics
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Block copolymers in nanoscience
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Sébastien Lecommandoux Frans onderzoeker

Sébastien Lecommandoux investigador francés

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