Her primary areas of study are Biochemistry, Biophysics, Crystallography, Analytical chemistry and Ultracentrifuge. Biochemistry and Gel permeation chromatography are frequently intertwined in her study. Her study on Gel permeation chromatography also encompasses disciplines like
Her Biophysics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Monastrol, Microtubule, Mitotic inhibitor, Pulmonary surfactant and Membrane protein. Her Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Small-angle X-ray scattering, Membrane, DNA gyrase and Diffusion. Her research integrates issues of Water of crystallization, Organic chemistry, Sucrose, Osmolyte and Extracellular in her study of Ultracentrifuge.
Christine Ebel mainly focuses on Biochemistry, Crystallography, Membrane protein, Biophysics and Monomer. Christine Ebel studied Biochemistry and Bacillus subtilis that intersect with ATP-binding cassette transporter. Her study looks at the intersection of Crystallography and topics like Neutron scattering with Molecule.
Her Membrane protein research incorporates elements of Analytical Ultracentrifugation, Chromatography, Ultracentrifuge, Bacteriorhodopsin and Small-angle neutron scattering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Macromolecule and Analytical chemistry in addition to Analytical Ultracentrifugation. She has researched Biophysics in several fields, including Extracellular, Bacterial outer membrane, Stereochemistry and DNA.
Her primary areas of investigation include Membrane protein, Organic chemistry, Chemical engineering, Bacteriorhodopsin and Micelle. The various areas that Christine Ebel examines in her Membrane protein study include Contrast variation, Small-angle neutron scattering, Neutron scattering, Solubilization and Biophysics. Her studies in Small-angle neutron scattering integrate themes in fields like Chromatography, Ultracentrifuge, Small-angle X-ray scattering, Biological system and Lipid bilayer.
Her Organic chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Preferential binding and Equilibrium constant, Pulmonary surfactant, Thermodynamics. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Characterization, Dendrimer, Surface tension and Monomer. Her Bacteriorhodopsin research includes elements of Size-exclusion chromatography, Bacterial outer membrane, Centrifugation and Protein quaternary structure.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Biophysics, Analytical Ultracentrifugation, Gene, Microbiology and Surface tension. Her Biophysics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Chromatography, Ultracentrifuge, Small-angle X-ray scattering, Macromolecule and Lipid bilayer. The concepts of her Analytical Ultracentrifugation study are interwoven with issues in Small-angle neutron scattering and Membrane protein.
Her studies deal with areas such as Serine protease, Protease, Virology and Immunoglobulin G, Immune system as well as Gene. Her work deals with themes such as Organic chemistry, Micelle, Aqueous solution, Isothermal titration calorimetry and Pulmonary surfactant, which intersect with Surface tension. Her Organic chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Bacteriorhodopsin and Chemical engineering.
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Amphipols From A to Z
J-L Popot;T Althoff;D Bagnard;J-L Banères.
Annual Review of Biophysics (2011)
Hepatitis C Virus Core Protein Is a Dimeric Alpha-Helical Protein Exhibiting Membrane Protein Features
Steeve Boulant;Christophe Vanbelle;Christine Ebel;François Penin.
Journal of Virology (2005)
Interaction of the mitotic inhibitor monastrol with human kinesin Eg5.
Salvatore DeBonis;Jean-Pierre Simorre;Isabelle Crevel;Luc Lebeau.
Amphipols: polymeric surfactants for membrane biology research
J.-L. Popot;E. A. Berry;D. Charvolin;C. Creuzenet;C. Creuzenet.
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences (2003)
NMR Structure and Ion Channel Activity of the p7 Protein from Hepatitis C Virus
Roland Montserret;Nathalie Saint;Christophe Vanbelle;Andrés Gerardo Salvay.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2010)
PHOSPHORYLATION-INDUCED DIMERIZATION OF THE FIXJ RECEIVER DOMAIN
Sandra Da Re;Jörg Schumacher;Philippe Rousseau;Joëlle Fourment.
Molecular Microbiology (1999)
Conformation of heparin studied with macromolecular hydrodynamic methods and X-ray scattering
Georges Pavlov;Georges Pavlov;Stéphanie Finet;Karine Tatarenko;Evgueniya Korneeva;Evgueniya Korneeva.
European Biophysics Journal (2003)
Mannose hyperbranched dendritic polymers interact with clustered organization of DC-SIGN and inhibit gp120 binding.
Georges Tabarani;José J. Reina;Christine Ebel;Corinne Vivès.
FEBS Letters (2006)
Two microtubule-associated proteins of Arabidopsis MAP65s promote antiparallel microtubule bundling.
Jérémie Gaillard;Emmanuelle Neumann;Daniel Van Damme;Daniel Van Damme;Virginie Stoppin-Mellet.
Molecular Biology of the Cell (2008)
DC-SIGN neck domain is a pH-sensor controlling oligomerization: SAXS and hydrodynamic studies of extracellular domain.
Georges Tabarani;Michel Thépaut;Michel Thépaut;David Stroebel;David Stroebel;Christine Ebel;Christine Ebel.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2009)
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