Dr. Taraneh Javanbakht received her first Ph.D. degree in chemistry from the Pierre and Marie Curie University (Paris 6) in 2002. She did her first Ph.D. thesis research in the laboratory of biomolecular and cellular physico-chemistry (LPBC) at the Pierre and Marie Curie University. Her first Ph.D. thesis was on the minimally modification of the natural oligonucleotides in the antisense strategy.
Her expertise and works in chemistry are in all the branches of this science, including physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry and biochemistry.
The results of her research works were published in two journals:
- Biochemical Pharmacology
7518, 1-8 (2003) (this article is available here in pdf format
The online version of this article is available here on the NCBI (Pubmed) web site
- Antisense and Nucleic Acid Drug Development
11, 129-136 (2001) (this article is available here in pdf format
The online version of this article is available here
on the NCBI (Pubmed) web site.
Her work in her Ph.D. thesis in chemistry revealed that the mechanism of the enzymatic attack on the antisense oligonucleotides depended on the cell type and the chemical modification of oligonucleotides increased their half-life in cells and cell lysates.
Her works were also published in Biomedical Society Transactions
in 2000. You can find this paper here
Dr. Taraneh Javanbakht has co-supervised several research projects in chemistry at the Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal
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