Increasing the stability and antimicrobial activity of antimicrobial peptides after association to Lipid nanocapsules

Nada Matougui

Université Angers, UMR-S1066 Angers, France

Nada Matougui is a third year PhD student in biology and health doctorate school at the University of Angers working under the supervision of the professor Patrick Saulnier. Her research is focused on the development of a Lipid-based Nanoformulation of Antimicrobial Peptides to Treat Bacterial Infectious Diseases. She is pharmacy graduate from the Medicine University of Algiers, followed by a Master degree in “Technologies Innovantes en Formulation” at University of Angers. She worked as an intern at the “Micro et Nanomédecines biomimétiques"” laboratory on the development of a nanomedicine for glioblastoma therapy.


Introduction: Resistant infections are estimated to be responsible of 700.000 deaths worldwide. These figures, often underestimated highlight the importance of the antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Education toward the misuse of... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Nada Matougui (Université Angers, UMR-S1066 Angers, France)
  2. Anne Claire Groo (Normandie Univ, UNICAEN, Centre d'Etudes et de Recherche sur le Médicament de Normandie (CERMN), 14000 Caen, France)
  3. Anita Umerska (Université Angers, UMR-S1066 Angers, France)
  4. Helena Bysell (SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden)
  5. Patrick Saulnier (Université Angers, UMR-S1066 Angers, France)

Topic Area

Targeted drug delivery and Nanocarriers


OS2-101 » Targeted drug delivery and Nanocarriers (16:00 - Thursday, 29th September, Tower 24 - Room 101)

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