Christophe Danelon’s publications

International refereed journals
19. Roizard, S., C. Danelon, G. Hassaïne, J. Piguet, K. Schulze, R. Hovius, R. Tampé, and H. Vogel. Activation of G protein-coupled receptors in cell-derived plasma membranes supported on porous beads. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 133 (42): 16868-16874, Sep. 2011.

18. Zava, O., S. M. Zakeeruddin, C. Danelon, H. Vogel, M. Grätzel, and P. J. Dyson. Discovery of a ruthenium-based luminescent probe for plasma membrane imaging. ChemBioChem 10 (11): 1796-1800, Jul. 2009.

17. Danelon C., S. Terrettaz, O. Guenat, M. Koudelka, and H. Vogel. Probing the function of ionotropic and G protein-coupled receptors in surface-confined membranes. Methods 46 (2): 104-115, Oct. 2008.

16. Danelon, C., J. Grandl, R. Hovius, and H. Vogel. Modulation of proton-induced current fluctuations in the human nicotinic acetylcholine receptor channel. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1768 (1): 76-89, Jan. 2007.

15. Danelon, C., C. Santschi, J. Brugger, and H. Vogel. Fabrication and functionalization of nanochannels by electron-beam induced silicon oxide deposition. Langmuir 22 (25): 10711-10715, Dec. 2006.

14. Danelon, C., M. G. Jenke, C. Schreiter, G. M. Kim, J.-B Perez, C. Santschi, J. Brugger, and H. Vogel. Micro- and nanostructured devices for investigating biomolecular interactions. CHIMIA 60 (11): 754-760, Nov. 2006.

13. Grandl, J., C. Danelon, R. Hovius, and H. Vogel. 2006. Functional asymmetry of transmembrane segments in nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. Eur. Biophys. J. 35 (8): 685-693, Oct. 2006.

12. Gopalakrishnan, G., C. Danelon, P. Izewska, M. Prummer, P.-Y. Bolinger, D. Demurtas, I. Geissbühler, and H. Vogel. Multifunctional lipid/quantum-dot hybrid nanocontainers for controlled targeting of live cells. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 45 (33): 5478-5483, Aug. 2006.

Highlighted in Nature Methods by Allison Doerr, 3: 770-771, Oct. 2006.
Highlighted in Nature Nanotechnology by Stuart Cantrill (published online 28th July 2006).

11. Danelon, C., J.-B. Perez, C. Santschi, J. Brugger, and H. Vogel. Cell membranes suspended across nanoaperture arrays. Langmuir 22 (1): 22-25, Jan. 2006.

10. Danelon, C., E. M. Nestorovich, M. Winterhalter, M. Ceccarelli, and S. M. Bezrukov. Interaction of zwitterionic penicillins with the OmpF channel facilitates their translocation. Biophys. J. 90 (5): 1617-1627, Mar. 2006.

9. Berkane, E., F. Orlik, A. Charbit, C. Danelon, D. Fournier, R. Benz, and M. Winterhalter. Nanopores: maltoporin channel as a sensor for maltodextrin and lambda-phage. J. Nanobiotechnology 3: 3, Mar. 2005.

8. Ceccarelli, M., C. Danelon, A. Laios, and M. Parinello. Microscopic mechanism of antibiotic translocation through a porin. Biophys. J. 87 (1): 58-64, Jul. 2004.

7. Danelon, C., M. Lindemann, C. Borin, D. Fournier and M. Winterhalter. Channel-forming membrane proteins as molecular sensors. IEEE Trans. Nanobioscience 3 (1): 46-48, Mar. 2004.

6. Bivas, I., and C. Danelon. Fields and forces acting on a planar membrane with a conducting channel. Phys. Rev. E 69 (4): 041901, Apr. 2004.

5. Danelon, C., T. Brando, and M. Winterhalter. Probing the orientation of reconstituted maltoporin channels at the single-protein level. J. Biol. Chem. 278 (37): 35542-35551, Sep. 2003.

4. Schwarz, G., C. Danelon, and M. Winterhalter. On translocation through a membrane channel via an internal binding site: kinetics and voltage-dependence. Biophys. J. 84 (5): 2990-2998, May 2003.

3. Danelon, C., A. Suenaga, M. Winterhalter, and I. Yamato. Cation selectivity of OmpF porin: single channel conductance versus free energy calculation. Biophys. Chem. 104 (3): 591-603, Jul. 2003.

2. Orlik, F., C. Andersen, C. Danelon, M. Winterhalter, M. Pajatsch, A. Böck, and R. Benz. CymA of Klebsiella oxytoca outer membrane: binding of cyclodextrins and study of the current noise of the open channel. Biophys. J. 85 (2): 876-885, Aug. 2003.

1. Nestorovich, E. M., C. Danelon, M. Winterhalter, and S. M. Bezrukov. Designed to penetrate: Time-resolved interaction of single antibiotic molecules with bacterial pores. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 99 (15): 9789-9794, Jul. 2002.

Highlighted in Science Editors’ choice, 297: 481, Jul. 2002.

Contributions to books
2. Danelon, C., and H. Vogel. 2008. Studying dynamics of ligand-receptor complexes with single molecule techniques. In: Single molecule dynamics in life science (Editors: T. Yanagida and Y. Ishii), Wiley-VCH.

1. Danelon, C., and M. Winterhalter. 2004. Reconstitution of general diffusion pores from bacterial outer membranes. In: Structure and function of prokaryotic and eukaryotic porins. (Editor: Benz, R.) Wiley-VCH, pp. 99-117.

1. Nestorovich, E. M., C. Danelon, M. Winterhalter, and S. M. Bezrukov. Noise analysis of antibiotic permeation through bacterial channels. Proceedings of SPIE Fluctuations and Noise 5110: 57-62, 2003.

2. Biofutur “Quand les antibiotiques piratent les pores bactériens”, February 2004.
1. Journal du CNRS “Bactérie et antibiotique: les liaisons dangereuses”, January 2003.