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    The MINT laboratory is funded by the University of Angers, as well as the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) and The French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). Located within the Hospital Facility, the MINT laboratory consists of 40 researchers and PhD students with expertise in diverse fields including; colloids and inferfaces physio-chemistry; galenic chemistry for pharmaceutical formulation; biological research; and imaging. All our research is focused on the design of nano- and micro-scaled vectors for the delivery of therapeutics (encompassing proteins, anti-cancer drugs, DNA, SiRNA, etc.) and/or imaging probes.


    Mr Guillaume BASTIAT, nouveau HDR de l'Université D'Angers

    Nouvelles générations de gels de nanoparticules pour des applications en santé : de l'originalité du design aux applications précliniques

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    Mme Léna GUYON - Nouvelle docteure de l'Université d'Angers

    Auto-assemblages constitués de peptides pénétrants et de ferrocifène : une plateforme innovante pour le traitement du cancer du poumon : Soutenance de Thèse de Mme Léna GUYON

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    NATEMOC : An ANR funded project for Pr Catherine Passirani Research

    This research project directed by Pr Catherine Passirani is granted by the French Research Agency (ANR) for the coming 4 years.

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    CARBOMIC: An ANR funded project for Dr Brice Calvignac Research

    This research project directed by Dr Brice Calvignac is granted by the French Research Agency (ANR) for the coming 4 years.

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    Recently published

    Lipid nanocapsules decorated and loaded with cannabidiol as targeted prolonged release carriers for glioma therapy:In vitro screening of critical parameters

    J Aparicio-Blanco, Ví Sebastián, J-P. Benoit, Ana I. Torres-Suárez

    Targeting of immunosuppressive myeloid cells from glioblastoma patients by modulation of size and surface charge of lipid nanocapsules Pinton L, Magri S, Masetto E, Vettore M, Schibuola I, Ingangi V, Marigo I, Matha K, Benoit JP, Della Puppa A, Bronte V, Lollo G and Mandruzzato S

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    Do albendazole-loaded lipid nanocapsules enhance the bioavailability of

    albendazole in the brain of healthy mice?

    Julia Fabbri, Juan Pablo Espinosa, Patricia Eugenia Pensel, Sandra Karina Medici,

    Gabriela Ullio Gambo, Jean Pierre Benoit, María Celina Elissondo

    Triamcinolone acetonide-loaded lipid nanocapsules for ophthalmic applications

    M.L.Formica, G.V.Ullio Gamboa, L.I.Tártara, J.D.Luna, J.P.Benoit, S.D.Palma


    Retinoic acid-loaded NFL-lipid nanocapsules promote oligodendrogenesis in focal white matter lesion
    D Carradori, Y Labraka, V E. Mironc,

    P Saulnier, J Eyer, V Préat, A des Rieux


    Behavior of poly(D,L-lactic-co-glycolic acid) (PLGA)-based droplets falling into a complex extraction medium simulating the prilling process
    T-Q Nguyen-Pham, L Benyahia, G Bastiat, J Riou,M-C Venier-Julienne

    Identification of aqueous reservoirs in poly(alkylcyanoacrylate)nanoparticles
    O. Thomas, L. Lemaire, J. P. Benoit & P. Saulnier










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    Academic training

    Master 2 NanoPharma Nanomedicines and Pharmaceutical R&D

    European Master in nanomedecine & phamaceutical innovation


    Institut de Biologie en Santé
    (3ème étage)
    Plateau des Capucins

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    de la gare,
    direction AVRILLÉ-ARDENNE,
    arrêt CAPUCINS

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