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Programme

Fluor et Biomolécules : de l'Acide Aminé aux Protéines

Mardi 14 Mars 2017 amphithéâtre de la Maison Internationale de la Recherche

9h00- Introduction

9h10- Samir Zard (LSO, Ecole polytechnique, France)

Reversible Reservoirs for Radicals. A Powerful Strategy for the Creation of Carbon-Carbon Bonds and for the Synthesis of Fluorinated Amino Acids

9h40- Thierry Milcent (Biocis, Université Paris-Sud, France)

Synthesis of fluorinated constrained amino acids and peptidomimetics

10h10- Philippe Jubault (Cobra, INSA de Rouen, France)

Synthesis of functionalized fluorocyclopropanes and applications to the synthesis of amino-acids mimics

10h40- PAUSE CAFÉ

11h10- Françoise Bonneté (IBMM, Université d'Avignon, France)

Membrane protein studies: can fluorinated surfactants be the alternative to detergents?

11h40- Nediljko Budisa (Institute of Chemistry, TU Berlin, Allemagne)

Ribosomal Synthesis of Fluorinated Peptides and Proteins: Bringing Fluorine in Protein-Based Complex Biological Systems

12h20- DÉJEUNER

14h- Anna Vulpetti (Novartis, Suisse)

Protein interactions with Fluorine: can Fluorine be a hydrogen-bond acceptor?

14h30- Claudio Dalvit (Sanofi, France)

Principles and Applications of Fluorine NMR Screening

15h- Beate Koksch (FU Chemistry, Berlin, Allemagne)

Fluorine in peptide engineering

15h40- Fin

 

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