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Bibette, Jerome 1960-

Overview
Works: 52 works in 91 publications in 2 languages and 908 library holdings
Roles: Author, Thesis advisor, Other, 958, Opponent, Creator, 956, Commentator
Classifications: TP156.E6, 541.34514
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Most widely held works by Jerome Bibette
Emulsion science : basic principles : an overview by Fernando Leal-Calderon( )

36 editions published between 2002 and 2010 in English and held by 788 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book aims to give an overview of the most recent advances in emulsion science. The basic principles of emulsion science, covering aspects of emulsions from their preparation to their destruction, are presented in close relation to both the fundamental physics and the applications of these materials. The book is intended to help engineers in formulating new materials by giving them an understanding of these basic principles, as well as serving as a reference book
Colloid chemistry II by M Antonietti( Book )

5 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 45 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The articles brought together for this volume include 'Molecular Recognition and Hydrogen-Bonded Amphiphilies', 'Organic Reactions in Microemulsions', and 'Miniemulsions for Nanoparticle Synthesis'
Development of a Fluorescent Droplet Analyser for microbiological studies by Rico Illing( Book )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Colloïdes et biotechnologies by Jerome Bibette( Visual )

1 edition published in 2002 in French and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Etude de la dynamique d'un polymère semiflexible à l'aide de colloïdes magnétiques exemple de l'ADN by Anne Koenig( Book )

1 edition published in 2004 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Filaments magnétiques application à la conception de capteurs de forces et de nageurs microscopiques artificiels by Rémi Dreyfus( Book )

1 edition published in 2005 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Elasticité et adhésion du caséinate adsorbé aux interfaces by Lydie Bressy( Book )

1 edition published in 2003 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Force générée par la polymérisation de filaments d'actine by Coraline Brangbour( Book )

1 edition published in 2008 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Plusieurs mécanismes biologiques utilisent la polymérisation des filaments d'actine comme moteur mécanique. L'énergie chimique libérée à l'addition d'un monomère dans le filament est convertie en travail mécanique et une force est générée. Les filaments ainsi formés s'organisent grâce à des protéines liant l'actine et forment des structures qui diffèrent par leurs propriétés mécaniques et élastiques mais aussi de leurs fonctions dans les différents processus biologiques. Notre système expérimental permet d'étudier le lien entre les propriétés mécaniques et les mécanismes à l'origine de la production de la force. La polymérisation des filaments est directement initiée sur la surface de particules magnétiques. En présence d'un champ magnétique, ces dernières s'organisent en chaîne par des interactions dipôle-dipôle, et une force magnétique compressive est induite sur les filaments qui polymérisent. En fonction de la force appliquée, la polymérisation est ralentie, mais les particules s'écartent au cours du temps. En suivant l'évolution de la distance, nous détaillons la relation force-vitesse et les propriétés mécaniques des filaments
Mouillage spécifique d'émulsions sur substrats biomimétiques by Jacques Fattaccioli( Book )

1 edition published in 2006 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cinétique de réactions ligand-récepteur en surface étude fondée sur l'utilisation de colloïdes magnétiques by Laetitia Cohen-Tannoudji( Book )

1 edition published in 2006 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This manuscript introduces a new magnetic-colloid-based method for studying ligand-receptor reactions between apposed surfaces. The method consists in measuring the kinetics of formation of independant doublets of colloidal magnetic particles. This kinetics is directly linked to the kinetic constants of the ligand-receptor couple at the surface of the particles. This approach has been validated by considering the streptavidin-biotin couple. The tunability of the association kinetic constant has been explored. In this respect, the degree of confinement of molecules on surfaces has been found relevent. For the faster configurations, the association kinetic constant has been apprehended as limited by a diffusion process imposed by the dynamics of the colloidal particles. For the slower configurations, the efficiency of encounter between molecules is decreased by a stronger confinement. The association kinetic constant has also been measured for cadherins, which are directly involved in cell adhesion. We have highlighted the influence of the contact conditions on the adhesion state. For both observed adhesion states, the association kinetic constant has been found slower than for the streptavidin-biotin couple
Modern aspects of emulsion science by Bernard P Binks( Book )

1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This product is not available separately, it is only sold as part of a set. There are 750 products in the set and these are all sold as one entity. Emulsions occur either as end products or during the processing of products in a huge range of areas including the food, agrochemical, pharmaceutical, paint and oil industries. Despite over one hundred years of research in the subject, however, a quantitative understanding of emulsions has been lacking. Modern Aspects of Emulsion Science presents a comprehensive description of both the scientific principles in the field and the very latest advances in research in this important area of surface and colloid science. Topics covered include emulsion formation, type, stability (creaming, flocculation, ripening, coalescence), monodisperse and gel emulsions, and applications. Emphasis has been placed on relating the chemistry of the surfactant or protein adsorbed at the oil-water interface to the principles of the physics involved in the bulk emulsion property. The book has been written by a collection of the world's leading experts in the field, and covers both experimental and theoretical approaches. Modern Aspects of Emulsion Science fills a real gap in the market, being the only book of its kind in print. As such it will prove essential reading for graduates and researchers in this subject, in both academia and industry
Assemblages colloïdaux organisés by Djamal Zerrouki( Book )

1 edition published in 2007 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ce manuscrit présent l'étude de l'assemblage et l'organisation des colloïdes. Dans un premier temps, la mise en oeuvre de la méthode d'émulsification pour la préparation de petits agrégats de forme anisotrope monodisperse et de forme géométrique bien définie et on a montré que la maîtrise des paramètres de la formulation permet la sélection et la production d'un maximum d'agrégats de formes données (dimère, trimère, tétramère). On a montré la faisabilité et la possibilité d'assembler ( tête-tête) les diffèrents types d'agrégats de façon organisée et directionnelle, grâce à la fonctionnalisation des têtes des agrégats, avec des fonctions réactives utilisant la force d'adhésion spécifique (couple biotine/streptavidine). En deuxième partie, on a fait intervenir des forces magnétiques pour forcer et accélérer le processus d'assemblage par rapport à des forces spécifiques qui sont basées sur les effets de diffusion ; on a montré la formation de chaînes colloïdales de structure variable avec la mise en évidence des effets de relaxation sur les chaînes, rotation et torsion, qui dépendent de l'intensité de champ appliqué et de la morphologie des particules (Janus avec une partie magnétique, doublets avec un anneau). Enfin, nous avons conçu des doublets asymétriques avec des anneaux magnétiques qui engendrent la formation de chaînes chirales sous forme d'hélice. Et on a mis en évidence l'analogie entre les colloïdes et les macromolécules sur le plan structural par un simple auto-assemblage
Complexation interfaciale de polymères : propriétés et stabilité d'émulsions millimétriques by Perrine Colliat-Dangus( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ce travail de thèse porte sur l'étude d'une interface eau-huile où a lieu une complexation de deux polymères. La phase aqueuse est une solution de microgels de polyacide acrylique réticulé (carbomer) et la phase organique comprend un polyélectrolyte possédant des fonctions amines (amodiméthicone). Cette interface polymérique permet la stabilisation d'émulsions directes dont la taille des gouttes atteint le millimètre. Les gouttes sont ici fabriquées une à une via une technique millifluidique, ce qui permet d'obtenir une émulsion calibrée. Ce procédé a été mis au point par la société Capsum afin d'encapsuler des parfums ou bien des principes actifs pour la cosmétique. L'adsorption et la complexation des polyélectrolytes à l'interface eau-huile sont tout d'abord caractérisées à l'aide de méthodes de tensiométrie, en statique et en dynamique. Les propriétés mécaniques de la membrane polymérique ainsi que son potentiel stabilisateur d'émulsions sont ensuite étudiés à l'échelle d'une collection de gouttes, en compression par gravité ou bien par centrifugation, ainsi que pour des gouttes uniques en écoulement dans un tube. Ces diverses approches expérimentales permettent de mettre en lumière différents régimes de stabilisation des émulsions en fonction des conditions physico-chimiques. Une observation majeure est que la quantité d'amodiméthicone contrôle l'ancrage du carbomer à l'interface ainsi que l'état fluide ou bien solide de l'interface et donc la stabilité de l'émulsion correspondante. De plus, lorsque la membrane est solide, c'est-à-dire lorsqu'il y a réticulation des microgels via l'amodiméthicone, un phénomène remarquable de propagation de la rupture de la membrane au sein d'une émulsion sous compression est révélé
Hydrogel composite conducteur pour l'encapsulation de bactéries électroactives by Léopold Mottet( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This work focuses on the creation of a new biocompatible reactor allowing the encapsulaion and the study of electroactive bacteria. Made by co-extrusion, this millimeter bioreactor is a liquid core capsule with a conducting hydrogel membrane. To create such an object, we formulate a composite hydrogel of alginate/carbon nanotubes in two steps. The first step is rapid and creates the hydrogel matrix by diffusion of divalent ions inside the alginate/carbon nanotubes mix. The second step is slower and permits the dialysis of the surfactant used to stabilize the nanotubes. During this last step, the carbone nanotube network percolates, creating a conducting network in the hydrogel for sufficient nanotube contents (above 0.5 %). This composite material has a macroscopic conductivity around 0.1 S/m. An electrochemical study of this material allows to follow the nanotube connection inside the hydrogel. Bacteria can adhere on this composite hydrogel. Then, we demonstrate that the electroactivity of a biofilm developped on the inner side of the conductive capsule shell can be measured. This new biocompatible and electron-conducting compartment opens the way towards the development of a screening tool for the selection of electroactive bacteria but also brings innovative perspectives in the field of microbial fuel cells fabrication
Contribution à la fabrication de nanoparticules en utilisant des techniques microfluidiques et applications à la libération d'actifs by Jiang Xu( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Polymeric nanoparticle (NP) drug carriers present a promising technology for controlled releasesince they are capable of improving the encapsulation efficiency and stability of the drugs inside theNPs and also able to provide effective drug levels over a longer period of time, compared totraditional therapy. However, before the NP drug delivery technology becomes a reality, importantparameters of NPs like size, drug loading ability and sustained release kinetics must be wellinvestigated and optimized in order to minimize the adverse effects of chemotherapeutic compoundsand prolong the drug releasing profile in a controlled manner.In order to accomplish this objective, this thesis proposed two novel methods for synthesis of NPs asdrug delivery carriers, with assistance from bulk and microfluidic technologies, for hydrophobic andhydrophilic drugs, individually.Encapsulation efficiency as high as 80% is reached with a mass loading of 20%. We extend ourapproaches to the encapsulation of iron oxide
Chromatographie cellulaire d'affinité : étude expérimentale des mécanismes de capture spécifique et implications pour un développement industriel by Julie Brouchon( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Development of cell sorting system based on affinity chromatography for medical application is the goal of this thesis. We study mechanisms responsible for specific cell capture in chromatographic column. First an experimental study on system model emphasize the importance of the transport step, which allows the encounter between cells and surface of capture. Cell sedimentation in the main way of transport. That means flow velocity is a key parameter to optimize this transport step. Then the whole cell capture is studied : encounter and specific link formation. Depending on the flow velocity, there are two regimens. Until a velocity of 10-3 m.s-1, kinetics of capture is governed by encounter kinetics. For higher velocity, only fraction of encounters leads to cell capture. The capture kinetics depends not only on transport, but also on kinetics of formation of specific link. This experimental study allows us to design cell affinity chromatography depending on the need of each application. Especially, cell sorting at industrial scale is conceivable concerning the separation duration and column dimensions
Colloid chemistryn2( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Immunodiagnostic par agglutination magnétique des réactifs colloïdaux à l'intégration by Julie Görge( Book )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Les tests de diagnostic in-vitro se sont considérablement développés ces vingt dernières années en raison de leur rôle stratégique dans l'amélioration des coûts et de la qualité des soins, grâce à un diagnostic précis et précoce. La technique de détection la plus couramment utilisée est celle basée sur la formation d'un complexe immun spécifique entre un antigène et deux anticorps. Le test d'agglutination de nanoparticules greffées avec des anticorps est aujourd'hui le test le plus simple. L'application de force extérieure telle qu'un champ magnétique a "révolutionné" ce test en accélérant la vitesse de reconnaissance entre les colloïdes. Dix minutes suffisent pour détecter la picomole. L'impact des paramètres colloïdaux sur les performances des tests d'agglutination est actuellement peu documenté. Notre travail a donc consisté à étudier les véritables limites du test d'agglutination couplé à une lecture turbidimétrique. Cette étude a permis d'augmenter la sensibilité de ce test en changeant, d'une part la taille des colloïdes et la méthode de détection et d'autre part de format fluidique. Ces changements ont abouti à l'intégration d'un démonstrateur aux résultats encourageants
Propriétés physico-chimiques de capsules d'hydrogel à cœur liquide by Leslie Rolland( Book )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This work focuses on the study of physico-chemical properties of millimetric capsules having a liquid core and a thin alginate membrane. First, we caracterized the diffusion of molecules through the hydrogel shell and estimated the cut-off radius of the semi-permeable membrane. Moreover, the leakage of small hydrophilic solutes can be limited by adding a hydrophobic shell between the aqueous core and the alginate membrane. We demonstrated that the characteristic time of transport is determined by the geometry of the system (hydrophobic shell thickness and capsule diameter) and by the solubility and diffusion coefficient of the solute in the oil phase. Furthermore, swelling of a capsule under an osmotic pressure difference allowed us to identify the viscoelastic and viscoplastic regimes of the membrane under stretching. We deduced the elastic modulus of the membrane which decreases above the plastic threshold. However, when capsules are compressed, the hydrogel is concentrated due to the irreversible evacuation of water. This leads to rigidification of its structure. Then, we focused on the flow of oil-core capsules dispersed in water. There is a friction between capsules that we can control by adding surfactant. Thus we studied its role in the flow of capsules in the constriction of an hourglass. We showed that the flow is constant and does not depend on friction. It is established by the size of the constriction. Indeed, the flow is only determined by the hydrodynamic in fluid regime in the hourglass' neck
Skin cell targeting with self‐assembled ligand addressed nanoemulsion droplets( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Synopsis Dermo‐pharmacy and cosmetic industries have utilized nanotechnologies for two decades. Initially proposed as vector systems for encapsulation of actives, they gained interest in increasing cutaneous bioavailability. Here, we assay the benefits of self‐assembled nanoemulsions bearing ligands for targeting specific skin cells. Nanoemulsions, small droplets ranging typically from 20 nm to 150 nm, possess key properties for further use in cosmetics: long‐term stability, optical transparency, extended range of textures and versatility. We investigated this nanoemulsion system and show ability to encapsulate a range of cosmetic actives with various physicochemical properties. Furthermore, this nanoemulsion presents a low cytotoxicity and is capable of directly targeting skin cells through simple addition of specific ligand in a one‐step production protocol. This is of interest for increasing bioavailability of actives encapsulated into nanoemulsion droplets which may have penetrated the skin barrier to specific skin cell. Taken together, these chemical and in vitro observations suggest follow‐up with in vivo models
 
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Emulsion science : basic principles : an overview
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Bibette, J.

Bibette, J. 1960-

Bibette, Jerôme

Bibette, Jérôme 1960-

Jérôme Bibette French chemist and physicist

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English (46)

French (13)