His main research concerns DNA, Biophysics, DNA supercoil, Molecule and Biochemistry. His DNA research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Molecular biology, Phosphodiester bond and Classical mechanics. Vincent Croquette combines subjects such as DNA clamp, Macromolecule, Protein folding, Base pair and DNA replication with his study of Biophysics.
His DNA supercoil research integrates issues from Topoisomerase, Enzyme and Molecular model. Vincent Croquette studies Molecule, focusing on Magnetic tweezers in particular. His research in Biochemistry intersects with topics in Adsorption and Function.
DNA, Biophysics, Molecule, Helicase and Magnetic tweezers are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of RNA and Molecular biology in his study of DNA. As part of the same scientific family, Vincent Croquette usually focuses on Biophysics, concentrating on DNA clamp and intersecting with Polymerase.
The various areas that Vincent Croquette examines in his Molecule study include Elasticity, Molecular physics and Magnetic trap. His studies deal with areas such as Primase and Cell biology as well as Helicase. His DNA supercoil research includes elements of Chromatin, Topoisomerase and DNA gyrase.
His primary areas of investigation include DNA, Biophysics, Nucleic acid, Helicase and RNA. His work in DNA covers topics such as Transcription which are related to areas like Subfamily. Vincent Croquette interconnects Adhesion, Fluorescence, Morphogenesis, Cell envelope and Cell wall in the investigation of issues within Biophysics.
He has included themes like Bead, Composite material, Molecule, Actuator and MRNA Decay in his Nucleic acid study. His study in Helicase is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Processivity, Polymerase and Cell biology. His work carried out in the field of Magnetic tweezers brings together such families of science as Nanotechnology and Cooperativity.
Vincent Croquette spends much of his time researching Helicase, DNA, Biophysics, Processivity and RNA Helicase A. His Helicase research incorporates themes from Nucleic acid, MRNA Decay and Cell biology. His work on Magnetic tweezers as part of general DNA research is frequently linked to Ligand, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Adhesion, Morphogenesis, Cell envelope and Bacteria. The concepts of his Processivity study are interwoven with issues in Protein structure, Protein domain, RNase D and Escherichia coli. His research integrates issues of Polymerase, DNA replication, Eukaryotic DNA replication, RNA-binding protein and Primase in his study of RNA Helicase A.
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The Elasticity of a Single Supercoiled DNA Molecule
T. R. Strick;J.-F. Allemand;D. Bensimon;A. Bensimon.
Magnetic Tweezers: Micromanipulation and Force Measurement at the Molecular Level
Charlie Gosse;Vincent Croquette.
Biophysical Journal (2002)
Alignment and sensitive detection of DNA by a moving interface
A Bensimon;A Simon;A Chiffaudel;V Croquette.
Estimating the persistence length of a worm-like chain molecule from force-extension measurements.
C. Bouchiat;M.D. Wang;J.-F. Allemand;T. Strick.
Biophysical Journal (1999)
Behavior of Supercoiled DNA
T.R. Strick;J.-F. Allemand;D. Bensimon;V. Croquette.
Biophysical Journal (1998)
Stretching DNA with a receding meniscus: Experiments and models.
D. Bensimon;A. J. Simon;V. Croquette;A. Bensimon.
Physical Review Letters (1995)
Stretched and overwound DNA forms a Pauling-like structure with exposed bases
J. F. Allemand;D. Bensimon;R. Lavery;V. Croquette.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1998)
Twisting and stretching single DNA molecules.
Terence Strick;Jean-François Allemand;Vincent Croquette;David Bensimon.
Progress in Biophysics & Molecular Biology (2000)
pH-dependent specific binding and combing of DNA
J.F. Allemand;D. Bensimon;L. Jullien;A. Bensimon.
Biophysical Journal (1997)
Single-molecule analysis of DNA uncoiling by a type II topoisomerase.
Terence R. Strick;Vincent Croquette;David Bensimon.
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