Publications

Dr Alexis Vallée-Bélisle’s Scientific Publications

2017

49. Mahshid SS, Ricci F, Kelley SO, Vallée-Bélisle A *. “A one-pot, electrochemical DNA-based immunoassay for the quantitative detection of small molecules directly in whole blood” Submitted. * corresponding author

48. Mariottini D, Idili A, Vallée-Bélisle A, Plaxco KW, Ricci F. “A DNA nanodevice that loads and releases a cargo with hemoglobin-like allosteric control and cooperativity” Submitted.

47. Zhou W, Mahshid SS, Wang W, Vallée-Bélisle A, Zandstra PW, Sargent EH, Kelley SO. “Quantitative detection of secreted factors using an electrochemical DNA-based sensor in stem cell culture” Submitted.

46. Ricci F, Simon A, Bisonnette S, Plaxco KW, Vallée-Bélisle, A*. “Optimizing the specificity of molecular recognition using structure switching and allosteric inhibitors” Submitted. * corresponding author

45. Idili A, Ricci F, Vallée-Bélisle A.*. “Thermodynamic analysis of DNA-based supramolecular systems using urea titration curves” Submitted. * corresponding author

44. Wei B, Zhang J, Ou X, Lou X, Xia F, Vallée-Bélisle A*. “Engineering biosensors with dual programmable dynamic ranges” Submitted. * corresponding author

43. Ranallo S, Prévost-Tremblay C, Vallée-Bélisle A, Ricci F. “An antibody powered DNA-based nanomachines” Nature Communication In Press.

42. Plourde K, Derbali RM, Desrosiers A, Dubath C, Vallée-Bélisle A, Leblond J. “Aptamer-based liposomes improve specific drug loading and release Journal of Controlled Release 251:82-91.

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2016

41. Desrosiers A, Vallée-Bélisle A*. “Nature-inspired DNA switches: applications in medicine Nanomedicine (Lond). 12(3):175-179. pdf * corresponding author

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40. Ricci F, Vallée-Bélisle A, Simon A, Porchetta A, Plaxco KW. “Using Nature’s “Tricks” To Rationally Tune the Binding Properties of Biomolecular Receptors Acc. Chem. Res. 49(9):1884-92. pdf

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39. Gareau D, Desrosiers A, Vallée-Bélisle A*. “Programmable Quantitative DNA Nanothermometers Nano Lett. 16(7):3976-81. pdf * corresponding author

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2015

38. Del Grosso E, Dallaire AM, Vallée-Bélisle A, Ricci F. “Enzyme-Operated DNA-Based Nanodevices Nano Lett. 15(12): 8407-11. pdf

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37. Patskovsky S, Dallaire AM, Blanchard-Dionne AP, Vallée-Bélisle A, Meunier M. “Electrochemical structure-switching sensing using nanoplasmonic devices ” Ann. Phys. 527(11-12): 806–813. pdf

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36. Mahshid SS, Camiré S, Ricci F, Vallée-Bélisle A*. “ A highly selective electrochemical DNA-based sensor that employs steric hindrance effects to detect proteins directly in whole blood J. Am. Chem. Soc. 137(50):15596-9. pdf * corresponding author

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CBC-News– 2015-09-25
Montreal scientists score possible breakthrough for rapid diagnostic medical tests
“A simple and fast chemical process developed by scientists in Montreal could allow family doctors to one day use equipment as straightforward and cheap as a diabetic’s blood sugar tests to diagnose a range of diseases in minutes from their offices, instead of waiting days for results to come back from a lab.”

Genome Web– 2015-09-25
U of Montreal Team Develops Fast Electrochemical Sensor for Multiplexed Protein Marker Detection
“Researchers from the University of Montreal have developed a DNA-based electrochemical sensor that can detect the presence of multiple protein markers in whole blood in less than 10 minutes. The sensor could serve as the basis of a point-of-care device to diagnose a range of diseases and conditions including cancer, allergies, autoimmune diseases, and sexually transmitted diseases. “

TVA-Nouvelles– 2015-09-24
Les diagnostics médicaux à base d’ADN bientôt possibles à domicile
“Le diagnostic moléculaire, à base d’ADN, sera bientôt possible à domicile, selon des chimistes de l’Université de Montréal qui ont publié jeudi les résultats de leurs travaux dans le Journal of the American Chemical Society.”

Science Daily–2015-09-23
Molecular diagnostics at home: chemists design rapid, simple, inexpensive tests using DNA
“Chemists at the University of Montreal used DNA molecules to developed rapid, inexpensive medical diagnostic tests that take only a few minutes to perform. Their findings, which will officially be published tomorrow in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, may aid efforts to build point-of-care devices for quick medical diagnosis of various diseases ranging from cancer to allergies, autoimmune diseases, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and many others.”

 

35. Ranallo S, Rossetti M, Plaxco KW, Vallée-Bélisle A*, Ricci F * . “ A modular, DNA-based beacon for single-step fluorescence detection of antibodies and other proteins Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 54: 1–6. pdf * co-corresponding authors

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Chinese Edition of Scientific American – 2015-11-06
可以快速检测病毒的DNA纳米“机器”
“由合成DNA构成的纳米机器(nanoscalemachine ),可以快速、准确、廉价地诊断出包括艾滋病在内的多种疾病。”

Vice du jour – 2015-10-27 – Watch online video!
Détecter le VIH grâce à son téléphone
“Aujourd’hui… une innovation technologique permettrait de détecter le VIH avec un téléphone intelligent…”

La Presse Plus – 2015-10-19
Détecter le VIH grâce à son téléphone
“Diagnostiquer le VIH avec son téléphone intelligent à partir de chez soi ? Voilà le défi qu’une équipe de chercheurs de trois campus s’est lancé. Ils ont mis sur pied une nanomachine simplissime et efficace qui peut émettre sur-le-champ un diagnostic de VIH ou d’autres maladies auto-immunes et infectieuses. En s’inspirant de la mécanique naturelle de notre corps, les scientifiques ont renversé le modèle actuel, long et coûteux, des tests de dépistage. Incursion au cœur de l’infiniment petit qui voit grand.”

Wired – 2015-10-09
DNA-Nanomaschine kann HIV-Antikörper innerhalb von Minuten im Blut nachweisen
“Ein HIV-Test per Smartphone? Forscher haben jetzt eine DNA-Nanomaschine entwickelt, mit der sich eine HIV-Infektion binnen Minuten nachweisen lässt. Künftig soll der Test sogar auf Mobiltelefonen laufen können.”

Journal de Montréal – 2015-10-07
Des nanomachines pour détecter des maladies comme le VIH
“Une équipe de scientifiques a découvert une nouvelle approche qui pourrait permettre de développer des méthodes de détection rapides et abordables de maladies infectieuses et auto-immunes comme l’arthrite rhumatoïde et le VIH. L’équipe internationale, dont des chercheurs de l’Université de Montréal, a développé une nanomachine qui peut détecter et identifier des anticorps spécifiques.”

TVA-Nouvelles – 2015-10-07
Des nanomachines pour détecter des maladies graves
“Une équipe de scientifiques a découvert une nouvelle approche qui pourrait permettre de développer des méthodes de détection rapides et abordables de maladies infectieuses et auto-immunes comme l’arthrite rhumatoïde et le VIH. «Notre nanomachine offre d’importants avantages par rapport aux méthodes existantes de détection d’anticorps, a précisé le professeur Alexis Vallée-Bélisle de l’Université de Montréal, coauteur de l’étude. Rapide, elle ne nécessite pas de produits chimiques réactifs ni de manipulations complexes. Il s’agit simplement de l’ajouter à un échantillon sanguin et de mesurer l’intensité lumineuse produite”

Science Daily – 2015-10-07
Detecting HIV diagnostic antibodies with DNA nanomachines
“New research may revolutionize the slow, cumbersome and expensive process of detecting the antibodies that can help with the diagnosis of infectious and auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and HIV. An international team of researchers have designed and synthetized a nanometer-scale DNA “machine” whose customized modifications enable it to recognize a specific target antibody. Their new approach, which they described this month in Angewandte Chemie, promises to support the development of rapid, low-cost antibody detection at the point-of-care, eliminating the treatment initiation delays and increasing healthcare costs associated with current techniques.”

 

34. Idili A, Porchetta A, Vallée-Bélisle A*, Ricci F *. “ Controlling hybridization chain reactions with pH Nano letters, 15 (8): 5539–44. pdf * co-corresponding authors

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33. Porchetta A, Idili A, Vallée-Bélisle A, Ricci F. “ General strategy to introduce pH-induced allostery in DNA-based receptors to achieve controlled release of ligands Nano letters, 15(7):4467-71. pdf

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32. Dallaire AM, Patskovsky S, Vallée-Bélisle A*, Meunier M *. “ Electrochemical plasmonic sensing system for highly selective multiplexed detection of biomolecules based on redox nanoswitches Biosens Bioelectron. 71:75-81.pdf * co-corresponding authors

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2014

31. Simon AJ, Vallée-Bélisle A, Ricci F, Watkins HM, Plaxco KW.. “ Using the population-shift mechanism to rationally introduce “Hill-type” cooperativity into a normally non-cooperative receptor. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 53(36):9471-5.pdf

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30. Simon AJ, Vallée-Bélisle A, Ricci F, Plaxco KW.. “ Intrinsic disorder as a generalizable strategy for the rational design of highly responsive, allosterically cooperative receptors. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 111(42):15048-53.pdf

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Science Magazine – 2014-11-21
Disorder enhances binding cooperativity
Some natural proteins, such as hemoglobin, bind their ligands in a cooperative manner, whereby the binding of the first ligand alters the structure of the protein, favoring binding of subsequent ligands. Taking inspiration from this mechanism, Simon et al. created unstructured receptors from DNA. Upon binding their ligand, the disordered receptors become structured, forming sites for further ligands to bind. Because ligands bind more favorably to these sites than to the unstructured receptor, the binding of subsequent ligands is enhanced. Relatively small changes in ligand concentration can therefore lead to an all-or-none binding response, a feature that could prove useful for artificial biotechnologies.

29. Idili A, Vallée-Bélisle A*, Ricci F*. “Programmable pH-triggered DNA nanoswitches. J. Am. Chem. Soc.136(16):5836-9. pdf* co-corresponding authors

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TVA Nouvelles – 2014-05-08
Nanodétecteurs : Le cancer traité par l’infiniment petit
Des bioingénieurs ont repoussé une fois de plus les limites de la science pour mettre au point des nanodétecteurs capables de détecter de minuscules variations chimiques, comme les changements de pH entre différentes cellules du corps humain. Cette technologie pourrait s’avérer utile dans le traitement de plusieurs maladies, dont le cancer, puisque les cellules cancéreuses ont généralement un pH inférieur à celui des cellules saines.
ScienceDaily – 2014-05-07
Using DNA to build tool that may literally shine light on cancer
Bioengineers at the University of Rome Tor Vergata and the University of Montreal have used DNA to develop a tool that detects and reacts to chemical changes caused by cancer cells and that may one day be used to deliver drugs to tumor cells.

2013

28. Idili A, Plaxco KW, Vallée-Bélisle A *, Ricci F *. “Thermodynamic basis for engineering high-affinity, high-specificity binding-induced DNA clamp nanoswitches.” ACS Nano. 7(12):10863-9. pdf  * co-corresponding authors

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Science Daily – 2013-12-19
DNA Clamp to Grab Cancer Before It Develops
As part of an international research project, a team of researchers has developed a DNA clamp that can detect mutations at the DNA level with greater efficiency than methods currently in use. Their work could facilitate rapid screening of those diseases that have a genetic basis, such as cancer, and provide new tools for more advanced nanotechnology. The results of this research is published this month in the journal ACS Nano.

Medical Daily – 2013-12-19
New Nanotechnology Catches Cancer Mutations Before They Develop
Deleterious mutations could soon be spotted on a DNA level. In a new study from the University of California, Santa Barbara, nanotechnology developers describe their new “DNA clamp” — a groundbreaking innovation that will facilitate the detection of minute genetic variations associated with adverse health outcomes. The technology stands to revolutionize the treatment and diagnosis of certain cancers and other diseases with a genetic basis.

Montreal Gazette – 2013-12-27
‘DNA clamp’ technology may help screen for cancer
An international team of researchers has developed tiny technology that can spot genetic mutations at the DNA level before diseases such as cancer develop. Scientists are calling this nanotechnology a “DNA clamp” and say it could revolutionize screening and treatment of cancer, and other diseases with a genetic basis. “The clamp is made from DNA and it’s made to bind with DNA. It’s as small as it can get,” said Alexis Vallée-Bélisle, a professor in the chemistry department at the Université de Montréal, and one of the developers behind the discovery.

27. Lawrence C, Vallée-Bélisle A, Pfeil SH, de Mornay D, Lipman EA, Plaxco KW. “A comparison of the folding kinetics of a small, artificially selected DNA aptamer with those of equivalently simple naturally occurring proteins.” Protein Sci. 23(1):56-66. pdf

 

26. Porchetta A, Vallée-Bélisle A, Plaxco KW, Ricci F.  “Allosterically tunable, DNA-based switches triggered by heavy metals.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 135(36):13238-41. pdf

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2012

25. Porchetta A, Vallée-Bélisle A, Plaxco KW, Ricci F. (2012) “Using distal-site mutations and allosteric inhibition to tune, extend, and narrow the useful dynamic range of aptamer-based sensors.J. Am. Chem. Soc. 134 20601-4. pdf

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24. Ricci,F., Vallée-Bélisle, A., Porchetta, A. Plaxco,K.W. (2012) “Rational Design of Allosteric Inhibitors and Activators Using the Population-Shift Model: In Vitro Validation and Application to an Artificial BiosensorJ. Am. Chem. Soc.134 15177-80. pdf

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23. Vallée-Bélisle, A., Ricci,F., Uzawa, T., Xia,F., Plaxco,K.W. (2012) “Bioelectrochemical Switches for the Quantitative Detection of Antibodies Directly in Whole BloodJ. Am. Chem. Soc. 134 15197-200. pdf

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Science Daily – 2012-09-27
Bioengineers Design Rapid Diagnostic Tests Inspired by Nature
“By mimicking nature’s own sensing mechanisms, bioengineers at UC Santa Barbara and University of Rome Tor Vergata have designed inexpensive medical diagnostic tests that take only a few minutes to perform. Their findings may aid efforts to build point-of-care devices for quick medical diagnosis of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), allergies, autoimmune diseases, and a number of other diseases….”

 

22. Vallée-Bélisle, A. & Michnick, S.W. (2012) “Visualizing transient protein-folding intermediates by tryptophan-scanning mutagenesis.Nat Struct Mol Biol. 19 731-736. pdf

Radio-Canada – 2012-06-13
Les Étapes de l’Assemblage des Protéines Visualisées
“Une nouvelle technique qui permet de visualiser l’assemblage des protéines, ces minuscules machines au coeur de la vie, a été mise au point par des bio-ingénieurs de l’Université de Montréal.” (voir p. 12)

Science Daily – 2012-06-10
Researchers Watch Tiny Living Machines Self-Assemble
Enabling bioengineers to design new molecular machines for nanotechnology applications is one of the possible outcomes of a study by University of Montreal researchers that was published in Nature Structural and Molecular Biology.”

TechNewsWorld – 2012-06-13
Living Nanomachines Show Researchers the Ropes
“Nanomachines promise to transform the future of medicine. The fact is, though, our bodies already use them naturally. Two researchers have figured out a new way of observing and documenting what they do.”

Science Avenir – 2012-06-13
Observer la Formation des Protéines
“Une nouvelle méthode pour visualiser l’assemblage des protéines va permettre d’améliorer la compréhension de maladies causées par des erreurs d’ajustage comme Alzheimer ou Parkinson.”

 Versions of this story were also printed in: Nanotechno.org, yahoo.com, World-science.net, Maxisciences.com, Techno-science.net, Agi.it, Corriere.it, Gen-es.org

 

21. Kang, D., Vallée-Bélisle, A. Plaxco, K.W., Ricci, F., (2012) “Re-engineering Electrochemical Biosensors To Narrow or Extend Their Useful Dynamic RangeAngew Chem Int Ed Engl.516717-21. pdf

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20. Bonham, A.J., Hsieh, K., Ferguson, S., Vallée-Bélisle, A., Ricci, F., Plaxco,K.W. (2012) “Quantification of transcription factor binding in cell extracts using an electrochemical, structure-switching biosensor.” J. Am. Chem. Soc.,134 3346-8. pdf

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19. Vallée-Bélisle, A., Ricci, F., Plaxco, K. W. (2012) “Engineering biosensors with extended, narrowed, or arbitrarily edited dynamic rangeJ. Am. Chem. Soc. 134 2876-9. pdf

Science Daily – 2012-02-14
Chemists mimic nature to design better medical tests
Over their 3.8 billion years of evolution, living organisms have developed countless strategies for monitoring their surroundings. Chemists at UC Santa Barbara and University of Rome Tor Vergata have adapted some of these strategies to improve (…) DNA detectors.” (voir p.11)

Chemical & Engineering News – Vol. 90, Issue 2, January 9, 2012, p.9
Choose Your Own Analytical Range
“By combining sets of DNA receptors with different binding affinities, a research team has created biosensors that detect specific DNA sequences over customized concentration ranges.”

R & D Magazine – 2012-02-15
Chemists mimic nature to expand the range of biosensors
Over their 3.8 billion years of evolution, living organisms have developed countless strategies for monitoring their surroundings. Chemists at UC Santa Barbara…”

Interviews and versions of this story were also printed in: The Daily Nexsus, The bottom line, Asknature.com, qmed.com, Nanotechnology.org, Sciencenewsline.com, Bio-medecine.org

 

18. Watkins, H.M., Vallée-Bélisle, A., Plaxco,K.W. (2012) “Entropic and Electrostatic Effects on the Folding Free Energy of a Surface-Attached Biomolecule: An Experimental and Theoretical StudyJ. Am. Chem. Soc. 134 2120-6. pdf

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17. Perez Rafael, S., Vallée-Bélisle, A., Fabregas, E., Plaxco, K., Palleschi, G., Ricci, F. (2012) “Employing the metabolic “branch point effect” to generate an all-or-none, digital-like response in enzymatic outputs and enzyme-based sensors.Anal Chem, 84 1076-82. pdf

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16. Kang, D., White, R. J., Vallée-Bélisle, A., Plaxco,K.W., Xia, F. (2012) “DNA-based biomolecular-electronic encoder and decoder devices constructed by multiplex biochip.NPG Asian Materials, 4 e1. pdf

 

2011

15. Ricci,F., Vallée-Bélisle, A., Plaxco,K.W. (2011) “High-Precision, in Vitro Validation of the Sequestration Mechanism for Generating Ultrasensitive Dose-Response Curves in Regulatory NetworksPLoS Comput Biol., 7 e1002171. pdf

 

14. Vallée-Bélisle, A., Bonham, A.J., Reigh, N.O., Ricci, F., Plaxco,K.W. (2011) “Transcription factor beacons for the quantitative detection of DNA binding activitiesJ. Am. Chem. Soc.133 13836-9. pdf

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BioPhotonics, Photonics Media – Nov/Dec 2011, p.10
DNA nanosensors pave way for cancer tests, drugs
“DNA molecules can be used to make sensors that can quickly detect a broad class of proteins –and could personalize cancer treatment and even monitor the quality of stem cells…”

Santa Barbara News-Press – 2011-09-25, p.3
UCSB Bioengineers Light Path to New Cancer Tests
“You light up my life” may be more than just a song. Scientists at UCSB’s newly established Center for BioEngineering have designed molecules that could save lives by illuminating transcription factors…”

Science Daily – 2011-09-07
Nanosensors Made from DNA May Light Path to New Cancer Tests and Drugs
“Sensors made from custom DNA molecules could be used to personalize cancer treatments and monitor the quality of stem cells, according to an international team of researchers led by scientists at UC Santa Barbara and the University of Rome Tor Vergata.

Versions of this story were also printed in: R & D Magazine, Sciencenewsline.com, Cancernewsdaily.com, Innovations-report.com, Physorg.com, Nanowerk.com, Materialstoday.com, Neurotransmitter.net, Biotechlive.com, Stemcellcafe.com…

 

2010

13. Patterson, A., Caprio, F., Vallée-Bélisle, A., Moscone, D., Plaxco, K. W., Palleschi, G., Ricci, F., (2010) “Using Triplex-Forming Oligonucleotide Probes for the Reagentless, Electrochemical Detection of Double-Stranded DNA.Anal Chem 82 9109-15. pdf

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12. Abelow, A.E., Schepelina, O., White, R. J., Vallée-Bélisle, A., Plaxco, K. W., Zharov, I., (2010) “Biomimetic glass nanopores employing aptamer gates responsive to a small molecule.Chem Commun 467984-6. pdf

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11. Vallée-Bélisle, A., Plaxco, KW (2010) “Structure-switching biosensors: inspired by Nature.Curr. Opin. Struc. Biol. 20 518-26. pdf

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10. Xia, F., Zuo, X., Yang, R., Xiao, Y., Kang, D., Vallée-Bélisle, A., Gong, X., Yuen, J. D., Hsu, B. B., Heeger, A. J. , Plaxco K. W. “Colorimetric detection of DNA, small molecules, proteins, and ions using unmodified gold nanoparticles and conjugated polyelectrolytes.” (2010) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U S A, 9510837-41. pdf

 

9. Xia, F., Zuo, X., Yang, R., White, R. J., Xiao, Y., Kang, D., Gong, X., Lubin, A. A., Vallée-Bélisle, A., Yuen, J. D., Hsu, B. Y., Plaxco, K. W. (2010) “Label-free, dual-analyte electrochemical biosensors: a new class of molecular-electronic logic gates.J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132 8557-59. pdf

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8. Xia, F., Zuo, X., Yang, R., Xiao, Y., Kang, D., Vallée-Bélisle, A., Gong, X., Heeger, A. J., Plaxco, K. W. (2010) “On the binding of cationic, water-soluble conjugated polymers to DNA: electrostatic and hydrophobic interactions.J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132 1252-54. pdf

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2009 and previous

7. Vallée-Bélisle, A., Ricci, F., Plaxco, K. W. (2009) “Thermodynamic basis for the optimization of binding-induced biomolecular switches and structure-switching biosensors.Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U S A 10613802-07. pdf

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Science Daily – 2009-08-05
Chemists Explain The Switchboards In Our Cells
“Our cells are controlled by billions of molecular “switches” and chemists at UC Santa Barbara have developed a theory that explains how these molecules work…”.

Softpedia.com – 2009-08-04
Mathematical Model Finally Explains Cellular ‘Switches’
“Biologists at the University of California in Santa Barbara (UCSB) have recently developed a new model for explaining the actions of the billions of molecular ‘swiches’…”

R & D Magazine – 2009-08-10
Explaining the switchboards in our cells
“Our cells are controlled by billions of molecular “switches” and chemists at UC Santa Barbara have developed a theory that explains how these molecules work…”.

Versions of this story were also printed in Medical News Today, Chemistry times, World News, TopNews.com, ScientistLive.com, Littleabout.com, ScienceCentric.com, Chemie.de, Physorg.com, and RocketNews.com…

 

6. Vallée-Bélisle, A. (2008) “Detection, characterization and visualization of protein transient states using tryptophane scanning.” Ph.D. Thesis, Université de Montréal, 1-232 (summa cum laude -highest honor)

 

5. Vallée-Bélisle, A., Michnick, S.W. (2007) “Multiple tryptophan probes reveal that ubiquitin folds via a late misfolded intermediate.J. Mol. Biol. 374 791-805. pdf

 

4. Maxwell, K. L., Wildes, D., Zarrine-Afsar, A., De Los Rios, M. A., Brown, A. G., Friel, C. T., Hedberg, L., Horng, J. C., Bona, D., Miller, E. J., Vallée-Bélisle, A., et al. (2005) “Protein folding: Defining a “standard” set of experimental conditions and a preliminary kinetic data set of two-state proteins.Prot. Sci. 14602-616. pdf

 

3. Vallée-Bélisle, A., Turcotte, J.-F., Michnick, S.W. (2004) “raf RBD and ubiquitin proteins share similar folds, folding rates and mechanisms despite having unrelated amino acid sequences.” Biochemistry 438447-8458. pdf

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2. Vallée-Bélisle, A. (2000) “Le mécanisme de repliement de domain liant ras de raf: implication de la relation topologie-mécanisme de repliement pour les membres de la superfamille d’ubiquitine.” M. Sc. Thesis, Université de Montréal, 1-160

 

1. Michnick S.W., Remy, I., Campbell-Valois, F.–X., Vallée-Bélisle, A., Pelletier, J. N. (2000) “Detection of protein-protein interactions by protein fragment complementation strategies.Methods Enzymol. 328 208-230

 

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