Dissemination

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Most recent dissemination activities:
Cetuximab-gold nanoconjugates for cancer therapy and diagnosis: Synthesis and characterization

Vivek Thakare, Frederic Boschetti, Mathieu Moreau, Franck Denat, Gloria Jimenez Sanchez, Stephane Roux, 2nd Biologics and Biosimilars Congress, February 1-2, 2016

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Uptake dynamics and intracellular localization of small gold nanoparticles in glioblastoma, cervical and prostate cancer cell lines

In December 2015, Vladimir Ivosev (ESR 2) will attend the international conference in Grenoble (France), named European Nanomedicine Meeting. Here He will present the poster regarding his up to date research results and promote the ARGENT project to the wider community.

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Toxicity evaluation of nanoparticles on blood proteins using Synchrotron Radiation Circular Dichroism

From October 19th to 21st, a symposium was organised in the frame of the ITN Cyclon Hit project “Advances in nanoparticulate carriers - Applications in diseases and infections" in Institut Pasteur, Paris. Poster presentation “Toxicity evaluation of nanoparticles on blood proteins using Synchrotron Radiation Circular Dichroism” by M.BolsaFerruz (ESR 1), E. Porcel, F. Wien, L. Stefancikova, V. Ivosev (ESR 2), D. Salado, F. Lux, O. Tillement and S. Lacombe

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Molecular dynamics study of fast ion collisions with biomolecular systems and nanoparticles

7th ISACC Conference (International Symposium on Atomic and Cluster Collisions), in Madrid, Spain, from July 18th to 21st 2015, giving the invited talk entitled “Molecular dynamics study of fast ion collisions with biomolecular systems and nanoparticles” by P. de Vera (ESR 8/15), K. Haume (ESR 3/14), G. Sushko, N. Mason, E. Surdutovich, and A. V. Solov’yov

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Induced molecular dissociations as a radiation damage descriptor (Nanodosimetry)

A Traore (ESR 5), L. Ellis-Gibbings (ESR 4), A. Verkhovtsev (ESR 13), K. Krupa, A. Muñoz, F.Blanco, G. García; “Induced molecular dissociations as a radiation damage descriptor (Nanodosimetry)”, ICPEAC 2015 poster submission.

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Modeling secondary particle tracks generated by high-energy protons in water

F. Blanco, A. Muñoz, D. Almeida, F. Ferreira de Silva, P. Limao-Vieira, A. Verkhovtsev (ESR 13), l. Ellis-Gibbings (ESR 4), K. Krupa, A. Traore (ESR 5), and G. Garcia, “Modeling secondary particle tracks generated by high-energy protons in water”, ICPEAC 2015, Poster submission.

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Toxicity evaluation of nanoparticles on proteins using Synchrotron Radiation Circular Dichroism

Oral presentation in French conference “Nanohybrides XII”, May 2015, Bastia (France) ; “Toxicity evaluation of nanoparticles on proteins using Synchrotron Radiation Circular Dichroism”. Marta BOLSA (ESR 1), Erika PORCEL, Lenka STEFANCIKOVA, Vladimir IVOSEV (ESR 2), Daniela SALADO, Pauline MAURY, François LUX, Olivier TILLEMENT, Frank WIEN and Sandrine LACOMBE (Scientific coordinator of Argent)

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The use of nanoparticles to improve hadrontherapy

Oral presentation at the “IUPESM 2015: World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering”, June 2015, Toronto (Canada); “The use of nanoparticles to improve hadrontherapy”. Erika PORCEL, BOLSA Marta (ESR 1), Noriko USAMI, Katsumi KOBAYASHI, Olivier TILLEMENT, Hynd REMITA, Ryoichi Hirayama, Yoshiya FURUSAWA, IVOSEV Vladimir (ESR 2), SALADO Daniela, STEFANCIKOVA Lenka and Sandrine LACOMBE (Scientific coordinator of Argent).

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TLD efficiency calculations for heavy ions: an analytical approach

The use of thermoluminescent dosimeters (TLDs) in heavy charged particles’ dosimetry is limited by their non-linear dose response curve and by their response dependence on the radiation quality. Thus, in order to use TLDs with particle beams, a model that can reproduce the behavior of these detectors under different conditions is needed. Here a new, simple and completely analytical algorithm for the calculation of the relative TL-efficiency depending on the ion charge Z and energy E is presented.

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Simulation of the secondary electrons energy deposition produced by proton beams in PMMA: influence of the target electronic excitation description

We have studied the radial dependence of the energy deposition of the secondary electron generated by swift proton beams incident with energies T = 50 keV - 5 MeV on poly(methylmethacrylate) (PMMA). Two different approaches have been used to model the electronic excitation spectrum of PMMA through its energy loss function (ELF), namely the extended-Drude ELF and the Mermin ELF.

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