DNA chips and related sensors based on dendrimers. Towards rapid and accurate diagnosis of pathogens

Anne-Marie Caminade

LCC Toulouse - CNRS

Anne-Marie Caminade is Director of Research Exceptional Class at the CNRS, and head of the "Dendrimers and Heterochemistry" group at the LCC-Toulouse since 2006. After two PhDs in Toulouse about phosphorus chemistry, and two Post-docs (IFP-Paris and von Humboldt fellow in Saarbrücken, Germany), her current research interest is on dendrimers, in particular on their use as catalysts, for nanomaterials and for biology/nanomedicine. She is the co-author of more than 440 publications, 50 book chapters, 2 books, and 30 patents (h index 61, over 12,200 citations). She was the Chair of ICONAN 2016 (Paris) and of PBSi 2017 (Paris).


Dendrimers [1] are perfectly defined hyperbranched nanomolecules, which possess many biological properties. [2] They can be used as 3-dimensional linkers between a solid surface and a bioprobe, for improving the sensitivity of... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Anne-Marie Caminade (LCC Toulouse - CNRS)

Topic Area

Biological & medical nanodevices and biosensors


OS2a-A » Multi-Topic (15:00 - Tuesday, 26th September, Auditorium)

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