LJP at a glance

LJP research activities consist in Physics at the interface of with Biology and Medicine. We develop new experimental approaches to probe complex biological systems at different scales, and we develop bio-inspired systems to develop new concepts or to improve our understanding of given biological mechanisms. A large part of our research aims at exploring the response of a biological system to external perturbations. Finally, the LJP includes a theoretical component closely interacting with experimenters.

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05
NOV 2020
Séminaire/débat 'Monde fini': Allons-nous continuer la recherche scientifique ?'
Le prochain séminaire/débat ‘Recherche dans un monde fini’ aura lieu jeudi 5/11 ...
17
SEP 2020
Présentation de l'empreinte carbone du LJP
L'empreinte carbone du laboratoire Jean Perrin a été présentée en ...
11
SEP 2020
PhD defense - Anis Senoussi
I am pleased to invite you to the defense of my thesis which will take place on Friday, September 11th at...
29
JUN 2020
A basic physical mechanism enables cell migration in absence of adhesion
Many cell types within the organism bind to their environment via specific adhesion molecules (integrins); ...
23
JUN 2020
PhD defense - Loïc Marrec
I am pleased to announce that I will defend my thesis this Tuesday, June 23rd at 2:30 pm.It will take place by...
13
FEB 2020
Séminaire/débat: Impact environnemental du numérique
La prochaine séance du groupe de réflexion "Faire de la recherche dans un monde fini" sera ...


Latest publications

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FastTrack: An open-source software for tracking varying numbers of deformable objects - PLOS Computational Biology
B. Gallois , R. Candelier
  URL Full text PDF Bibtex doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1008697
Multiconformational analysis of tripeptides upon consideration of implicit and explicit hydration effects - Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling
B. Hernández , F. Pflüger , S.G. Kruglik , M. Ghomi
  URL Full text PDF Bibtex doi:10.1016/j.jmgm.2020.107790
Programming Spatio-temporal Patterns with DNA-based Circuits - Wiley (publisher) DNA- and RNA-Based Computing Systems
M. Van Der Hofstadt Serrano , G. Gines, , J.C. Galas , A. Estevez-Torres
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Collective stiffening of soft hair assemblies - Physical Review E Rapid Communication
J.B. Thomazo, , E. Lauga, , B. Le Révérend, , E. Wandersman , A. Prevost
  URL Full text PDF Bibtex doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.102.010602