BERTRAND Philippe

Philippe BERTRAND

Associate Professor

Research Topics

Organic synthesis (asymmetric) of biomolecules, medicinal chemistry, organic functionalization of (in)organic materials for biological applications (biosensors and assays for epigenetics).

Keywords

– organic synthesis (asymmetric),
– biomolecules,
– sensors,
– epigenetics,
– (in)organic nanoparticles

Information

– Member of the management committee of the European network COST Action TD0905 Epignenetics: bench to bedside, working group leader, core group member.
– Project Coordinator PRES ANR, FRM, Senior Scientific projects League Cancéropôle.
– Rapporteur of scientific journal articles in Organic and Medicinal Chemistry
– Collaborations with Bordeaux (LCPO), Nantes (INSERM U892), Nice (Sophia-Antipolis), Poitiers (IPBC)

Contact

University of Poitiers
IC2MP – UMR 7285
Bat B27 4 rue Michel Brunet
86022 Poitiers cedex
Tel: +33 (0) 5.49 45 41 92
Fax: +33 (0) 5.49 45 38 97

Email Philippe Bertrand

Major publications

– Patent: INPI deposit FR11 55761 2011 nanocarriers or particles and their use as drug and / or diagnostic agent. Condo CNRS / INSERM / Université de Poitiers. R. Delatouche, P. Bertrand, F. Collette, V. Héroguez, F. Gueugnon C. Blanquart, Mr. Gregory. Extension during PCT.

– Blanquart C, François M, Charrier C, Bertrand P, Gregoire M. 2011. Pharmacological Characterization of Histone Deacetylase Inhibitor and Tumor Cell-Growth Inhibition Properties of New Compounds benzofuranone. Curr Cancer Drug Targets. 11 (8) :919-28.

– M. Mondon, R. Delatouche, C. Bachmann, G. Hitting, C. Len, P. Bertrand. Triazolyl Derivatives for Release of Acidic Alcohols. Eur. J. Org. Chem., 2011, 2111-2119.

– C. Charrier, J. Clarhaut, J. P. Gesson, G. Estiu, O. Wiest, J. Roche, P. Bertrand. Synthesis and Modeling of Histone Deacetylase Inhibitors New benzofuranone That StimulateTumor Suppressor Gene Expression. J. Med. Chem., 2009, 52, 3112.

– Philippe Bertrand and Jean Pierre Gesson Click Chemistry with O-Dimethylpropargylcarbamate for Preparation of pH-Sensitive Functional Groups. A Case Study. J. Org. Chem. 2007, 72, 3596-3599

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