Quentin Lubart

Post doc at Chemical Biology

Quentin first joined Chalmers in Fredrik Höök’s team, in February 2017, after finishing his PhD in molecular biophysics at the Université Grenoble-Alpes (France). He started to develop a new fluorescence-based bioanalytical assay for single nanoparticle analysis. This assay has been developed in collaboration with Fredrik Westerlund’s team. In March 2018, Quentin joined Elin Esbjörner-Winter’s team, using the new bioanalytical assay to characterize exosomes and amyloid fibers. His expertise is characterization of protein-lipid and protein-protein interactions, biomimetic systems, microfluidics and fluorescence microscopy.

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Lipid vesicle composition influences the incorporation and fluorescence properties of the lipophilic sulphonated carbocyanine dye SP-DiO

Quentin Lubart, Jonas Hannestad, Hudson Pace et al
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. Vol. 22 (16), p. 8781-8790
Journal article

A Nanofluidic Device for Multiplexed Analysis of Single Exosomes

Quentin Lubart, Sune Levin, Stephan Block et al
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