Research program
Our research program is divided in three main themes in which complex biological systems are studied using mainly solid- and solution-state NMR:
(1) Studies of membrane systems including the development and characterization of lipid model membranes and their interaction with model systems.








(2) Studies of the molecular structures of natural protein fibers and their use in the development of new biomaterials.








(3) Method development for the studies of structure, molecular organization and interactions of intact unicellular microorganisms (bacteria and microalgae).

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  • Our projects also cover applications related to environmental issues and drug development.
  • Our equipment includes a solids/liquids 600 MHz spectrometer, and a widebore solids 400 MHz spectrometer.

Workflow



Courrier / Mail:
Laboratoire de RMN
Département de Chimie et de Biochimie
Université du Québec à Montréal
Case postale 8888, Succursale Centre-Ville
Montréal, Québec
Canada, H3C 3P8


Paquet / Parcel:

Laboratoire de RMN
Département de Chimie et de Biochimie
Université du Québec à Montréal
2005 rue Jeanne-Mance
Montréal, Québec
Canada, H2X 2J6


Dernières nouvelles
/ Latest news
  • Alexandre Poulhazan a obtenu la bourse de congrès PHARMAQAM et le prix de la meilleure présentation orale au MOOT31 à Sherbrooke... DOUBLE bravo!
  • Mathew Sebastiao a obtenu une bourse Protéo, une bourse du FRQNT et une bourse de la Fondation de l'UQAM: TRIPLE bravo!
Derniers articles
/ Latest articles
  • M Sebastiao, N Quittot, I Marcotte & S Bourgault* (2019) Glycosaminoglycans induce amyloid self-assembly of a peptide hormone by concerted secondary and quaternary conformational transitions. Biochemistry 58, 1214−1225
  • Z Bouhlel, AA Arnold, DE Warschawski, K Lemarchand, R Tremblay & I Marcotte* (2019) Labelling strategy and membrane characterization of marine bacteria Vibrio splendidus by in vivo 2H NMR. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1861, 871-878
  • F Byette, I Marcotte* & C Pellerin* (2019) Covalently Crosslinked Mussel Byssus Protein-Based Materials with Tunable Properties. Peptide Science 111:e24053
  • A Poulhazan, AA Arnold, DE Warschawski & I Marcotte* (2018) Unambiguous Ex Situ and in Cell 2D 13C Solid-State NMR Characterization of Starch and Its Constituents. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 19, 3817
  • DE Warschawski, AA Arnold & I Marcotte* (2018) A new method of assessing lipid mixtures by 31P Magic Angle Spinning NMR. Biophys J. 114, 1368–1376
  • AA Arnold, JP Bourgouin, B Genard, DE Warschawski, R Tremblay & I Marcotte* (2018) Whole cell solid-state NMR study of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii microalgae. J. Biomol. NMR 70, 123-131
Prochaines conférences
/ Next conferences